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When it comes to watches and Hollywood history, Hamilton is at the forefront with more than 500 appearances in movies and TV shows since 1932. The brand's timepieces have played an integral role on screen and have inspired audiences worldwide. To name a few of the brand's accomplishments, Hamilton created "The Murph" for Christopher Nolan's Interstellar and a clock for the iconic sci-fi film 2001: A Space Odyssey — which went on to inspire the world's first digital watch. Now in 2020, Hamilton's done it again with a custom prop watch featured in Tenet (available on DVD, Blu-ray, 4K and VOD), which is based on the made-for-action Khaki Navy BeLOWZERO. While the unique prop watch was only made for the silver screen, you can own a special-edition of the Khaki Navy BeLOWZERO based on that watch — released to celebrate Christopher Nolan's blockbuster. Cased in lightweight titanium, the watch features a blue- or red-tipped second hand as a reference to key colors in the film. Each color version is limited to 888 pieces — a clever nod to the movie's palindrome title. Whether you're looking to treat yourself or find the perfect present for a loved one, you can't go wrong with this incredibly unique watch by the masters at Hamilton.
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Get you some $6 soap fit for conquerors, prime ministers and royalty alike.
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