The moment all movie fans have been waiting for, Hamilton have finally released a faithful recreation of the watch worn by the main character Murph in the huge 2014 film Interstellar. The Hamilton Khaki Field The Murph Interstellar watch is going to be a huge collector’s item for both watch and movie lovers with a special limited edition box included designed by award-winning production designer Nathan Crowley himself.
If you haven’t watched Interstellar yet, then we highly recommend you get on it! However, with that being said, you can be sure we won’t reveal any significant spoilers in this review. To fully understand the true significance of the stunning new Hamilton Khaki Field The Murph Interstellar watch, it’s worth taking the time to sit down and watch the movie. It is a fantastic feature film set in a dystopian future where a team of NASA scientists and pilots must use interstellar travel to try and find a new planet for humanity to live on. With a five-star cast including Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway and Jessica Chastain and a stellar storyline filled with adventure, space travel and heartfelt human relationships, it is easy to see how it won 44 awards and made $677.5 million at the box office.
Rather than being just a barely noticeable accessory on the wrist of the main character, the Hamilton watch used in the film has a huge part to play. We don’t want to go into too much detail in case we spoil the plotline for anyone who hasn’t seen it, but since the original Murph watch appeared in Interstellar five years ago, Hamilton has been inundated with requests to make an accurate recreation for fans to own themselves. The time has finally come, and you can now get your very own Hamilton Khaki Field Murph watch.
There is only one tiny difference from the new Hamilton The Murph watch to the original movie piece, and it is one we are sure you are going to be pleased with. They have printed the word ‘Eureka’ in Morse code on the seconds hand, a stunning Easter egg that captures one of the most pivotal moments in the film. The beauty of this detail is that it is barely visible to the naked eye but can be seen clearly with the aid of a magnifying glass or watchmaker’s loupe.
Aside from this small detail, everything else on the Hamilton Khaki Field The Murph Interstellar watch is exactly the same. From the 42mm stainless steel case, to the striking black dial, sapphire crystal glass and black calfskin leather strap. They have even equipped it with the same H-10 automatic movement which provides the special edition timepiece with hour, minutes and seconds function and an impressive 80 hours power reserve.
The Hamilton Khaki Field The Murph Interstellar watch also comes with a special limited edition box that has been co-created with award-winning production designer Nathan Crowley. It is worth noting that although the watch itself isn’t a limited edition, the packaging is and remains subject to availability. The first 2,555 pieces of the watch will be presented in the limited-edition box. This is to represent the 2,555 days or seven Earth years which is equal to one hour on the planet Murph’s father Miller finds in the film.
If you want to get your hands on this stunning limited-edition box and the gorgeous Hamilton Khaki Field The Murph Interstellar watch, we highly recommend ordering as soon as possible. The watch retails at an amazing £835 and is available to pre-order now with a delivery date estimated towards the end of May.
Specifications: Hamilton Khaki Field The Murph Interstellar Watch (H70605731)
- Case Size: 42mm
- Case Material: Stainless steel
- Glass: Sapphire crystal
- Case Back: Exhibition, sapphire crystal
- Water Resistance: 100 metres
- Dial: Black with beige Superluminova numerals and hands, ‘Eureka’ printed in Morse code on seconds hand
- Movement: H-10 automatic
- Functions: Hour, minutes and seconds
- Power Reserve: 80 hours
- Jewels: 25
- Frequency: 21,600 bph
- Strap: Black calfskin leather with stainless steel pin buckle
- Limited Edition: Only 2,555 limited edition boxes available (watch is not limited edition)
- RRP: £835
- Release Date: May 2019