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Hamilton Watch equipará a los héroes de la próxima generación de la 20th Century Fox 'La Jungla: Un buen día para morir' firma su estreno con unos relojes únicos

BIEL, Suiza, January 23, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --

Hamilton tiene el orgullo de presentar 2 nuevos y míticos relojes fabricados con el espíritu americano y la precisión suiza.

Hamilton Watch compartirá una vez más protagonismo con Bruce Willis, uno de los actores más taquilleros del cine de acción, en el próximo estreno de la 20th Century Fox: La Jungla: Un buen día para morir. En esta película, la mítica marca presentará dos relojes de pulsera: el moderno Khaki X-Patrol y el clásico Jazzmaster Viewmatic, dos piezas de calidad superior, diseñadas con la precisión suiza y el espíritu americano que las caracteriza y dotadas de un toque de sofisticación, propio del diseño típico de Hamilton.

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El personaje de Bruce Willis, John McClane, ya había llevado con anterioridad un reloj Hamilton en la precedente película de la saga titulada La Jungla 4.0. En esta nueva encarnación del personaje, tanto McClane como su hijo Jack (Jai Courtney), con quien apenas tiene trato, harán gala de sendos Hamilton. Compartiendo la gran pantalla con su padre, Jack, con su actitud exageradamente fanfarrona, pondrá el contrapunto a la actitud severa tan propia de su padre, simbolizando así la conexión entre el estilo propio de la firma y la mecánica más moderna.

El Khaki X-Patrol presenta una avanzada tabla de conversión que transforma las unidades en los sistemas métrico e imperial, haciendo de él un elemento perfecto para las aventuras internacionales de este equipo padre-hijo. El Jazzmaster Viewmatic combina el diseño clásico del reloj Hamilton con la funcionalidad más moderna, equipando al famoso héroe americano con una sofisticación digna de salvar el mundo.

En La Jungla: Un buen día para morir, Bruce Willis encarna nuevamente su más famoso papel en el cine de acción como John McClane -el héroe "auténtico" con las habilidades y la actitud que le caracterizan para ser el último en quedarse en pie. Tras viajar a Moscú para ayudar a su hijo Jack, con el que apenas tiene relación, el policía que no hace prisioneros, se encontrará en el lugar equivocado en el momento equivocado. Con la Mafia rusa en los talones, y luchando a contrarreloj para evitar una guerra, ambos McClanes descubrirán que sus antagónicos métodos los convertirán en unos héroes imparables.

La mecánica moderna del Khaki X-Patrol de Jack, unida a la incomparable precisión del Jazzmaster Viewmatic del padre, alían sus fuerzas para presentar a los fans de La Jungla lo mejor de ambos mundos. Esta pareja salvará el mundo secundada por Hamilton, símbolo de estilo, funcionalidad y lazo invencible entre padre e hijo.

Acerca de Hamilton: Durante más de seis décadas, Hamilton ha atraído a consumidores y creativos gracias a sus atractivas formas, sus diseños únicos y sus modernos materiales que le han servido para crear una colección y una marca míticas. Habiendo aparecido en una innumerable lista de éxitos de taquilla de Hollywood, Hamilton perpetúa la tradición firmando con sus estilos más personales guiones cinematográficos que van desde los más épicos, como la futurista película de Stanley Kubrick 2001: Odisea del Espacio hasta la sobresaliente película de ciencia ficción Soy Leyenda o la favorita de los fans, la trilogía Men In Black.

Acerca de la 20th Century Fox: Hamilton llevará a cabo una campaña internacional de marketing, en colaboración con la Twentieth Century Fox, para el estreno en las salas de cine de LA JUNGLA: UN BUEN DÍA PARA MORIR. La campaña publicitaria - que incluye anuncios impresos, puntos de venta, medios de comunicación digitales y cinematográficos - presenta la fiabilidad y la fuerza de Hamilton en las situaciones más difíciles, al igual que el mítico personaje de acción John McClane, quien se verá confrontado en Moscú a una carrera contrarreloj para poner fin a una amenaza inesperada.

TABLA DE ESPECIFICACIONES

Hamilton Khaki X-Patrol llevado por Jack McClane (Jai Courtney)

    Talla de la caja 42 mm
    Material         Acero inoxidable
    Color de la
    esfera           Color negro/plata
    Correa           Piel negra pespunteada/caucho negro/acero inoxidable
    Movimiento       Cronógrafo H-21
    Cristal          Zafiro con revestimiento anti reflectante
    Hermético al
    agua             10 bares (100m)
    Precio           1695 USD, 1295 EUR, 1645 CHF


Hamilton Jazzmaster Viewmatic llevado por John McClane (Bruce Willis)

    Talla de la caja 44 mm
    Material         Acero inoxidable
    Color de la
    esfera           Color negro/plata
    Correa           Piel marrón pespunteada/ acero inoxidable
    Movimiento       Automático 2824-2
    Cristal          Zafiro
    Hermético al
    agua             10 bares (100m)
    Precio           795 USD, 595 EUR, 555 CHF


Para más información:
Fabienne Bozec
Hamilton International - press office
[email protected]
Tel +41-32-343-39-48

Video: http://www.multivu.com/mnr/58675-hamilton-watch-a-good-day-to-die-hard

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