A Sci-fi classic.

One of my favourite on-screen movie watches is the Hamilton Khaki Field that appears in Christopher Nolan's 2014 sci-fi epic Interstellar. Not only is it a fantastic looking timepiece, but the watch plays a significant role in the film, enabling Matthew McConaughey's Joseph Cooper to communicate with his daughter Murph, even though the two are in different realities. It's a little hard to explain but anyone who's seen the flick knows how important this watch is to the film's plotline.

Initially just a prop watch, after years of fans pestering Hamilton to create a retail version, the well-regarded American watch company has caved to the pressure and is introducing the Hamilton Khaki Field “Murph” as part of their permanent collection this April.

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The watch is almost identical to the one seen in the film, featuring cathedral style hands, a black face and black leather wrist strap. Enclosed inside the 42mm stainless steel case is a Swiss-Made, H-10 automatic movement battery with 80 hours of power reserve.

What will really excite fans is the engraving of the word "Eureka" in Morse code on the seconds hand. I won't spoil what this means for those that haven't seen Interstellar, but it's a major part of film and unique addition to this simple yet stylish watch. The first 2,555 watches sold also come with a limited edition box based on the tesseract seen in the film. 

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The Hamilton Khaki Field “Murph” watch will be available in May for the reasonable price of $1,400. For more information visit Hamilton's official website

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