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    Hamilton Khaki White Dial Field Watch

    So what if I told you that there is a Hamilton field watch, that is no date, 38mm bead-blasted case, Hamilton exclusive hand-wind movement with a 80hr pwr,and comes on your choice of Nato straps for under $500? While it is from my friends at Toppers it is not a Topper limited edition. For a period of time this will be a model that will be sold exclusively within the US by Toppers with later worldwide availability.





    If you happen to be in the Bay area around the middle of next month you can attend the event for the watch which will have several pieces from the Hamilton Museum. You can read Rob's write up on it here: https://www.ablogtowatch.com/hamilto...te-dial-watch/
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    Michael

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    One of these days I need to take a visit to Toppers. Rob is a such pleasure to deal with.

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    Richard

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    That's a playful watch with really attractive specifications. Must resist more watches....
    Too many watches, not enough wrists.

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    Very nice. A black one might be even nicer.

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    Sigh. I wish it were 40-41mm.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tribe125 View Post
    Very nice. A black one might be even nicer.

    I had a black one. The handwinding was very nice (It did not have the 80hr PR mvmt) and the large crown was a joy to use, but overall the watch is underwhelming in the flesh. Much better in pictures. I thought my Smiths was much nicer overall. The new owner of the Hamilton is very happy.


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    Quote Originally Posted by tribe125 View Post
    Very nice. A black one might be even nicer.
    You mean this?

    Hamilton-Khaki-Field-Mechanical-38-mm-value-proposition-2.jpg

    Hamilton-Khaki-Field-Mechanical-38-mm-value-proposition-3.jpg



    Edit: Oops! Didn't see the post above. Sorry.
    Last edited by CFR; Feb 22, 2019 at 09:54 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by happyscrappyheropup View Post
    [...]The handwinding was very nice [...] and the large crown was a joy to use, but overall the watch is underwhelming in the flesh. Much better in pictures.
    Exact same feelings here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raza View Post
    Sigh. I wish it were 40-41mm.
    I agree

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    I can't afford any more for a while. My watch fund is below zero after the Speedbird purchase, and I already have another on order; which, if 'they' are good to their word: Should be here in the next week or two.
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