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This is the Year of Cinema for Hamilton, a watch brand with more credits to its name than the hardest working actor in Hollywood.
Every watch aficionado has a story about how they fell in love with watches. It may start with the first watch he or she wore as a child, the first serious watch they received as they entered adulthood, or the watch that they dreamed about owning. Like every passion, appreciating fine watchmaking is a journey that is unique to each and every person.
Keith Strandberg takes a Honda Africa Twin, a Triumph Tiger Explorer XCx ABS, a Bell & Ross Burning Skull, a Hamilton Frogman and a friend for a glorious ride to the Interlaken area of Switzerland.
Revolution’s Keith W. Strandberg gives us an exclusive sneak peek at the Hamilton Baselworld novelties for 2017. Let's just say, he wasn’t disappointed.