Released back in 1972, the Hamilton PSR (Pulsar Time Computer) was a groundbreaking watch. It was the industry's first watch with an LED display. Not only it was an industry first, but it also had a groundbreaking moment when it was worn on the wrist of Roger Moore in the James Bond movie, Live and Let Die.
Hamilton decided to re-release the iconic watch, this time using a LED and OLED hybrid display. The rest of the watch retains the classic look and illumination button. The watch itself is water-resistant to 100 meters, available in stainless steel and yellow gold PVD; the gold one is limited to 1,970 examples.