Hamilton Jazzmaster Face2Face Watch Review


Hamilton has revealed the limited edition Jazzmaster Face2Face, with its unique rotating case that houses two different dials.

The Hamilton Jazzmaster Face2Face was inspired by theme of dual identity. The first dial is described as a "sophisticated 'boy racer' chronograph", and the other a "calm, elegant three-hand timekeeper" with a sun-brushed surface. The rotating case allows the wearer to choose which of the dials to display, and the decorated, skeletonised rotors of each automatic movement can be seen on each side.

The oval-shaped stainless steel case measures 53 mm by 44 mm. The watch has two sapphire crystals with anti-reflective coating, and the crystal on the chronograph dial has a smoky tint. The chronograph is driven by an ETA 2094 automatic movement, while the classic dial is powered by the ETA 2671.

The Jazzmaster Face2Face comes with a black leather strap with blue lining and double stitching, and is limited to 888 pieces.

Available to pre-order now at Jura Watches.