Photo Report Launching The Hamilton Khaki Field Murph In New York City
The Murph wristwatch was initially made as an erratic prop for the film (the development of the seconds hand was affected by utilization of a covered up servomotor) and was not from the outset planned for creation, but rather this year Hamilton brought the Murph watch into creation, highlighting bundling dependent on the Tesseract area from the film, and with an extremely unpretentious Morse code design on the seconds hand. Present at the occasion was the real prop watch from the film, alongside various other current Hamilton models. Because of each and every individual who went along with us there, and to our hosts, Hamilton CEO Sylvain Dolla, and HODINKEE Editor-in-Chief Jack Forster.
The Hamilton Interstellar “Murph” watch, with Tesseract-motivated packaging.
The unique Hamilton watch from the film Interstellar, modified to permit controlled development of the seconds hand.
Hamilton CEO Sylvain Dolla, left, and HODINKEE Editor-in-Chief Jack Forster