A brand most known for the true military heritage of its field watches, Hamilton is now expanding on its offerings for its iconic Khaki Field model, this time electing to focus on its material construction, swapping out the usual stainless steel with a much lighter and more robust metal: titanium.
Positioned at the larger end of its Khaki Field spectrum, the new titanium models measure in at 42mm, and comes in either a matte raw finish or a black PVD coating. The former features a gun-metal gray dial with pale green lumed Arabic numerals and hands, while the latter goes for a more vintage look with a flat black dial and heavily patinated numerals and hands. Both come equipped with the brand’s in-house H-10 automatic movement, operating at 21,600 vibrations an hour and holding a power reserve of 80 hours. The two models also boast a water resistance of 100m — plenty for a field watch — and come with leather straps for a more vintage look.
Both versions of the Hamilton Khaki Field Titanium will be available from June and will be priced just under $1,000 USD. Head over to the company’s website to learn more now.
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