In the year 1972, the first Pulsar watch was made public by the Hamilton Watch Company. The expertise and novelty, through which it was created, mesmerized some and contemporary press reports showered a huge amount of praise on them. At that time, it was the first of its kind incorporating digital display and electronic quartz. In the midst of a light emitting diode, the new space-age look was captivating.
Pulsar watches were a 'colossal beat' and had a great demand in those times. At the time, when the watch boom lessened a bit, since then, the Pulsar brand had got hold of a vast territory and made its lasting impression worldwide. Subsequent to a string of alterations in brand ownership, Pulsar watches were launched in the U.S. in 1979 by Seiko Corporation of America. By means of latest looks and innovative features, this collection was the first full line series of all-quartz, specially designed for men and women.