The watch is synonymous with Ghostbusters, even though Seiko had actually released this watch for real a year before the movie came out. The piece was produced in very low numbers and, by today’s standards, the then-revolutionary technology is pretty underwhelming. The Voice Note should really be called the Voice Snippet: it had the ability to record in only four or eight-second increments. Still enough time to pick up on EVPs, apparently.
The Hamilton Khaki Navy BelowZero in Tenet
Making watches for Kubrick and turning out the first digital timepiece in history goes a long way in solidifying a brand’s Hollywood bona fides. Accordingly, Christopher Nolan has turned to Hamilton for several of his time-warping epics. For Tenet, Hamilton produced a prop watch that combined an analog display with a digital countdown timer. Hamilton CEO Vivian Stauffer told GQ the