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The basic three-hander remains the same as the successful H2 model, but now with a choice between a standard or premium automatic movement. The affordable PT5000 is a high-beat movement based on the ETA 2824 – and costs just £239 for early birds. Hamtun’s blog has a helpful entry explaining the switch away from the Seiko NH35A to this movement. The key difference is that the lower-cost version can now be thinner. The premium model has the tried and tested Sellita SW200-1 inside and is still a bargain at £239.
https://wristwatchreview.co.uk/hamtun-k ... lIp-CgHYcs
https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/ro ... n=953b0237
https://hamtun.co/blogs/news/pt5000-vs- ... -movements
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