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It looks like it would have been right at home on the wrist of Indiana Jones! This watch is a showpiece as much as it is as unique timepiece!
—John from Indiana
After receiving the watch in the mail, I was surprised to see the watch somehow looked better in person than it did in the photos. I didn't think that would be possible!
—Mark from Massachusetts
The skeleton back is amazing and the packaging was perfect. To honor the past with details like this is truly impressive.
—Brad from Florida
I own so called "high end" watches such as Rolex, Panerai, and Zenith but they pale in comparison to my two Vortic models which I wear everyday to work.
—Todd from Ohio
What makes the Lancaster 145 unique: Today, we're excited to showcase this luxurious and stylish piece originally manufactured by the Hamilton Watch Company — the Lancaster 145. Initially produced in 1935, this stunning timepiece features dark numerals that display pleasingly against the light-cream-colored dial. The watch's dial also has breathtaking merlot hour and minute hands. We matched Hamilton's original pocket watch with our robust and scratch-resistant Machined Titanium case and nickel-plated crown, adding even more glimmering elegance to the watch's design. Our Machined Titanium case boasts a transparent back, enabling watch enthusiasts to view this piece's remarkable inner workings. You can view the timepiece's 912-grade open-face movement with a nickel finish, pendant setting, and black inlay color. The watch's back also boasts luxurious gold-plated gears powered by 17 screw-set jewels throughout its ¾ plate. To top it all off, we equipped the watch with our comfortable and stylish Merlot leather watch strap that pairs perfectly with the hour and minute hands. The Hamilton Watch Company originally manufactured the Lancaster 145's pocket watch in 1935 — the same year that Gottfried Krueger Brewing Company and the American Can Company debuted the first canned beer. The American Can Company initially attempted to produce canned beer in 1909, but they were unsuccessful. In 1933 — the same year that prohibition ended — the company created a pressurized can and a coating that prevented beer from experiencing a chemical reaction with the tin material. Canned beer was an immediate success, and the American Can Company and Gottfried Krueger Brewing Company sold more than 200 million cans when they became available to the public in 1935. During World War II, the invention became an overwhelming success because brewing companies could ship beer overseas to US soldiers.


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