From post-service hunting to fishing and convening with the great outdoors, the field watch is a classic—born from the utilitarian demand for reliable timekeeping, in more rugged environments and for daily wear. The needs of over a hundred years ago still apply today. Whether you're venturing into harsher conditions where durability is paramount or value objects that age well over time, look no further than the field watch.
Hamilton, Seiko, and Unimatic are a few of the heavy-hitting watchmakers in our collection of field watches. If you've made it this far, then you're likely to have heard the name of Hamilton or seen their watches on the big screen—in Interstellar or Oppenheimer, for example. Hamilton's Khaki Field Expedition watch is made of sapphire crystal and sports a stainless steel case with a built-in compass. It's definitely one to check out in their lineup of timepieces. Seiko has been around since 1881, founded in the heart of Tokyo, and is constantly at the front of watchmaking innovation. Coming out with the first quartz watch, first titanium dive watch, and the first multi-functional digital watch—the ingenuity and quality of their men's field watches, such as the Prospect Alpinist or Seiko 5 GMT, is rooted in this impressive legacy. Last but not least, the U4S-HG watch is the result of our collaboration with Italian powerhouse Unimatic. Perhaps the most understated, modern-looking of our field watch collection, the U4S-HG has a Sellita SW200-1 Swiss movement and comes in three colorways inspired by different natural landscapes.
Straight from the office to Mother Nature's playground, the field watch is a classic with no-fuss features that never get old. We know what it means to want durable, stylish, and timeless all at the same time, right on your wrist. Our diverse collection of field watches bring the best to the table. Have a look around and reach out with any questions—we could talk field watches all day.