Hamilton has just introduced the all-new Khaki Field Expedition line to its ever-evolving Khaki Field military-inspired collection. As its name suggests, the new line emphasizes offering adventure-ready timepieces that are catered for the great outdoors. As a result, every reference is equipped with a compass bezel, while also inheriting some of the best features from former Khaki Field models.
The new series is offered in four different versions, each available in 37mm and 42mm case sizes. Housed in robust stainless steel, the watch case is presented in a brushed finish that complements its range of dial colors — from black, and white to blue.
When compared to other recent Khaki Field models, this new line stars a noticeably simpler dial design. No more than three colors are implemented on the dial, complete with essential features such as Arabic numerals, a chapter ring, a lume-filled handset, and a brand logo.
Powering the Khaki Field Expedition watches with 80 hours of power reserve is Hamilton’s own H-10 automatic movement, which is also geared Nivachron ™ balance spring to provide anti-magnetic properties. The assortment of new watches is now available via the watchmaker’s official website, with the leather strap option retailing for $995 USD, while the steel brace option is priced at $1,045 USD.
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