Hamilton 6214 Circa 1990
Introducing the exquisite Hamilton 6214, a true marvel from the era of horological innovation.
Crafted in the 1920s, the doctor's watch from Rolex and Gruen were among the first to feature a dual dial configuration. These timepieces were celebrated for their exceptional accuracy, boasting a prominent seconds hand that held immense significance in various professions, especially the medical field. As every medical assessment commences with heart rate evaluation, the presence of a large, easily readable seconds dial became paramount.
Embracing this legacy, the Hamilton 6214 inherits its design cues from the esteemed Hamilton Seckron, which graced the horological landscape in the 1930s, following in the footsteps of the iconic Rolex Prince and Gruen Techni-Quadron.
Embodying the timeless elegance of art deco aesthetics, the Hamilton 6214 showcases a stepped case that exudes sophistication. Clad in a sleek black hue, the dual dial configuration captures attention with its tasteful simplicity.
Delivering enhanced wearability, the case and case back feature a gracefully curved design, ensuring a comfortable fit on the wrist. With utmost precision, the Hamilton 6214 utilizes the ETA Quartz Calibre 980.005 and 980.015, enabling independent operation of the hour and seconds display, thus exemplifying its distinctive dual dial functionality.
Impeccably preserved, the watch case exhibits minimal signs of usage, testifying to its exceptional condition. The dial and hands remain unblemished by the passage of time, reflecting their timeless allure. Furthermore, the crystal remains flawless, devoid of any unsightly scratches.
This extraordinary timepiece arrives on your wrist adorned with a brand new handmade top-grained leather strap, ensuring a harmonious fusion of comfort and style.
Allow us to present the vital specifications of this remarkable Hamilton 6214:
- Case Width: 24mm
- Lug to Lug: 40.3mm
- Thickness: 6.5mm
- Lug Width: 16.5mm