The men's Hamilton Broadway collection is best described as modern, stylish, and sophisticated. These timepieces are designed for modern men who value quality and performance. Top models feature an automatic chronograph caliber.
The men's watches of the Hamilton Broadway collection are modern and geared toward younger audiences. This series is home to three-hand watches, as well as chronographs. The Broadway GMT is a world time watch with a GMT hand and 24 cities listed on its bezel. Hamilton embraces color in this collection, including numerous models with sporty two-tone dials.
Each timepiece is made of stainless steel and comes on a leather strap or stainless steel bracelet, depending on the particular reference number. The cases range from 40 to 46 mm in diameter, sizes that generally appeal to a more masculine audience. Hamilton equips three-hand watches with either quartz or automatic calibers from ETA SA (Manufacture Horlogère Suisse). In the case of mechanical calibers, Hamilton then modifies them in house. Three-hand models feature the calibers H-10 or H-30, while the H-21 powers the chronographs and the H-14 ticks away inside the Broadway GMT.
|Day Date, ref. H43311135||440 USD||Two-tone dial, quartz caliber, day-date display|
|Day Date Automatic, ref. H43515175||660 USD||Automatic caliber, date at 6 o'clock|
|GMT Automatic, ref. H43725731||1,000 USD||GMT function, black dial, city ring, date at 6 o'clock|
|Chronograph, ref. H43516731||1,500 USD||Automatic, day-date display, tachymeter scale|
|Day Date Automatic, ref. H32755851||830 USD||Two-tone dial, day-date display at 6 o'clock, 42 mm|
Hamilton offers the Broadway Day Date with two caliber types: quartz and automatic. While the quartz versions measure 40 mm across, the automatic editions are 42 mm in diameter and have more presence on the wrist. Each timepiece comes with sapphire crystal and a stainless steel bracelet or leather strap.
The quartz ref. H43311985 features a silver dial with a vertical striped texture. A decorative bronze band runs down the center of the dial from 12 to 6 o'clock. The hands and applied indices are both silver in color. This watch gets its power from the quartz ETA caliber 955.122. It comes with central hour, minute, and second hands, as well as a day-date display at 3 o'clock. The final watch is water-resistant to 50 m (5 bar, 164 ft) and mounted on a green textile strap with a leather lining. You can call a mint-condition model your own for about 500 USD. Hamilton sells the same watch for 625 USD.
The Broadway Day Date Quartz is also available on a stainless steel bracelet, as well as with different dial color schemes. For example, the ref. H43311135 has a gray dial with a decorative black band. This watch changes hands for around 560 USD on Chrono24.
Automatic Broadway models share much of their design with their quartz counterparts. The biggest difference is the position of the day-date display at 6 o'clock. Its caliber, the H-30, comes with an 80-hour power reserve. The ref. H43515175 features a burgundy dial and a prominent navy blue stripe running from 12 to 6 o'clock. A stainless steel bracelet with a folding clasp holds this timepiece securely on the wrist. Plan to spend about 800 USD for a new model on Chrono24. This watch has an official list price of 1,045 USD.
Those who enjoy the combination of a day-date display and chronograph function will find quite a few interesting options in the Broadway collection. These watches are as colorful as their three-hand sister models. However, they exclusively use automatic calibers and are water-resistant to 100 m (10 bar, 328 ft).
The ref. H43516131 has a black dial with luminous silver line indices and hands. Hamilton outfits this model with the caliber H-21. This chronograph movement has central hour, minute, and second hands, as well as chronograph subdials at 6 and 12 o'clock. There's also a small seconds at 9 and a day-date display at 3 o'clock. Finally, the stainless steel bezel features a tachymeter scale for calculating speed.
This 43-mm timepiece is worn on a stainless steel bracelet. Prices on Chrono24 range from 1,000 USD for a pre-owned model to around 1,900 USD for a mint-condition watch. Another version, ref. H43516871, has a warm burgundy dial and matching leather strap. It costs roughly 1,700 USD new. There's also a variant with a blue dial and green accents, which demands some 1,500 USD.
If you often find yourself traveling between time zones, you should take a closer look at the Broadway GMT ref. H43725131. Its automatic movement, the H-14, enables you to track the time in two locations simultaneously. The additional time zone is displayed via a red hand, which points to a red 24-hour scale around the dial's edge. Its bezel also features 24 city names and is used to set the GMT time. The black dial comes with a central set of hour, minute, and second hands and a date display at 6 o'clock. The applied line indices and Arabic "12" all glow in the dark. This stainless steel watch measures 46 mm in diameter and is water-resistant to 50 m (5 bar, 164 ft), meaning you should take it off before going for a swim. The Hamilton Broadway GMT comes on a stainless steel bracelet and costs around 1,000 USD new. Pre-owned pieces sell for about 890 USD.