An homage to the original Hamilton Pan Europe from 1971 — one of the earliest automatic chronographs ever made — the modern Pan Europ does without the chronograph complication but keeps the old-school racing vibes of the original. That means it comes in a ’70s-inspired cushion case, boasts a rotating timing bezel and comes attached to a rally-style leather strap. Inside ticks away Hamilton’s H-30 automatic movement, based on the venerable ETA 2824 but enhanced with a longer 80-hour power reserve. It’s a solid timekeeping option for those who want a racing-inspired watch at a decent price (and can do without the chronograph function), and thanks to a Massdrop campaign, it’s only $700 — more than 40 percent off its original MSRP.
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