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    Hamilton JazzMaster Maestro Review & Pics

    I just wanted to post my opinions on this beautiful watch that I picked up last weekend. It was my first "big-ticket" watch purchase. My previous most expensive watch was a $250.00 Bulova quartz watch from Sears. Regardless of the fairly steep price increase, I notice a dramatic difference in quality and attention to detail compared to my other watches that I own. The JazzMaster has been pretty accurate, I don't think it's gaining anymore than 5 seconds a day. It's hard to tell though because the watch doesn't have a second hand. I guess some people are bothered by the fact that it's missing a second hand, but it works for me because then I won't be fixated on the fact that the JazzMaster isn't as accurate as the quartz watches. I also love the fact that the caseback is also a sapphire crystal. The only thing bothering me prior to going to the AD was that this model of the JazzMaster Maestro comes with a tang buckle instead of the deployant clasps that came with previous models. But the AD had a spare Hamilton deployant clasp and charged me $20 for it. Anyway, love the watch! Enjoy the pics.
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    Beatiful dressy watch. The clasp is not very expensive at 20 bucks:) Enjoy your watch.
    The accuracy will settle down in about 1-2 months of wearing.
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    I'm a big fan of that piece! Congrats
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    Is that the new 41mm Maestro?
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    Re: Hamilton JazzMaster Maestro Review & Pics

    I've always liked this particular model. It's very "classic" looking. Congrats on your upgrade.
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    Re: Hamilton JazzMaster Maestro Review & Pics

    naw, it's the 45mm. fits my near 7inch wrists pretty well!

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    Beautiful watch! I'm looking for the same make and model in Honolulu HI. My local AD doesn't have it in stock though.

    It looks amazing. Congratz!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Badhorse View Post
    Beautiful watch! I'm looking for the same make and model in Honolulu HI. My local AD doesn't have it in stock though.

    It looks amazing. Congratz!
    Thanks! It worked out perfectly because the AD near me only had this model, which is the one I wanted to begin with so I took the plunge and went and bought it.
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    Re: Hamilton JazzMaster Maestro Review & Pics

    Out of curiosity, how do you know it's gaining/losing if it doesn't have a second hand? I'm extremely interested in buying this watch

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    Quote Originally Posted by markubig View Post
    Out of curiosity, how do you know it's gaining/losing if it doesn't have a second hand? I'm extremely interested in buying this watch
    Run the chronograph over 12 hours, multiply the variation from zero by two.

    Congrats on the new purchase gyang - that's an impressive piece.

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