Hamilton Re-Issues Classic Khaki Field Watch In Full Titanium
A military-inspired classic.
There’s a reason Hamilton watches are passed down through generations, a reason they’ve been trusted for decades: A tough watch stands the test of time, in both looks and utility. And when one of those silhouettes gets a modern update in a hard-working material, it’s certainly worth appreciating.
Such is the case with Hamilton and two new editions of the tried-and-true Hamilton Khaki Field, outfitted in an all-titanium build for maximum wearability.
Hamilton watches are nothing if not ready for adventures far afield, and the Hamilton lineup also includes an impressive Khaki Field Pilot Watch — Hamilton watches are built for just about anything.
The two new models arrive in nicely sized 38mm and 42mm case sizes, and are finished with all the trappings of a properly made, remarkably durable Hamilton timepiece (of course).
There’s a sleek brushed titanium option finished with a cleanly designed blue dial, complete with an outer timing ring and an inner 24-hour counter (not to mention the “Khaki Automatic” signifier, as per tradition).
SuperLuminova markings provide notable visibility in low-light scenarios, and the nurled crown is another distinctive touch.
The Field Full Titanium is also offered in a matte black PVD-coated option for a sleek finish, and the caseback reveals an impressive twenty-five jewel, H-10 automatic caliber movement with an astonishing 80-hour power reserve.
And the even better news is this: With a price tag starting around $1,200, either of these new, carefully crafted and impossibly rugged Hamilton timepieces can be yours.
That’s quite the worthwhile investment for a piece that’ll last for years.