HAMILTON KHAKI FIELD HOMME 38MM ACIER INOXYDABLE BOITIER DATE MONTRE H69419363
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|Numéro du modèle||HML-H69419363|
|Numéro de pièce||HML-H69419363|
|Diamètre du boîtier||38 millimètres|
|Epaisseur du boîtier||8 millimètres|
|Largeur du bracelet||20 millimètres|
|Caractéristiques spéciales||Mechanical hand-wind movement, Durable sapphire crystal protects watch from scra, Case diameter: 38 mm, Stainless steel case, Water-resistant to 165 feet (50 M)|
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L'aventure commence en 1892: Hamilton Watch Company est alors fondée en Pennsylvanie. Grâce à la précision et à la robustesse de ses montres, Hamilton devenait, dès les années 1920, fournisseur de l'armée américaine. Caractéristiques : Verre saphir anti-rayures Mécanisme Remontage Manuel Etanche Garantie constructeur 2 ans Présentée dans son écrin Hamilton
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This watch is simple and functional in styling. The matte-finish stainless case goes well with the khaki dial and band. Very military in appearance.
The modern ETA movement is excellent. In two weeks it has gained five seconds, according to my atomic clock receiver. That is incredible accuracy for a mechanical watch in this price range. It is not a chronograph, and it is not priced like one.
The 38 mm face is larger than I am used to wearing, but it is comfortable on my wrist and the well-made band adjusted quickly to my arm.
If you love mechanical watches, snatch one of these up while you can.
To be brutally honest, I really wanted to not like this watch. As stated above, I was in the market for a everyday wear watch, and as a mechanical, this needs to be worn (or wound) almost every day. The package arrived on time, and inside was a beautiful Hamilton presentation box with this gem proudly displayed inside. After a quick wind and set, it was off and running.
Appearance: classic field watch. Bead blasted stainless steel, rugged yet not beefy appearance, timeless design. Elegant and streamlined, yet it executes the mission of an understated watch perfectly. Someone else called it anti-bling, and they were dead on.
Movement: its hard to find a mechanical watch these days. Awesome that Hamilton has this one. Or had it, I guess its discontinued. Come hell or high water, this will continue to wind away, as long as you remember to wind it. Also makes for a thin case, just thick enough. The actual movement is an ETA 2804-2, so you can't go wrong here.
Design: Perfect watch size. I can't comfortably wear a watch with a case larger than 40mm, and most nice looking, mid-range watches these days fall into that category. This falls just under that at 39mm excluding crown. Why can't more manufacturers put out watches in this size? Such a shame. The extended band posts theoretically make for a convenient and comfortable fitting of a 1-piece military style band. I did not keep the watch long enough to try, but it certainly is a well thought out design element. One feature that would have been nice would be a skeleton case back to observe the mechanical function, but that adds an element of fragility and potential leak point, so I see the logic in leaving that out. The face color is a very subtle olive. Looks black in low to mid lighting, but just olive in daylight. Lume is pretty dim, but still enough to work. The final icing on the cake is the sapphire crystal. Perfectly domed, and it will last forever unless you really beat the snot out of it. Try finding another ETA driven sapphire crystal watch in this price range. Go ahead.
Band: My favorite band of the watches I demo'd. Very comfortable leather (?) backing on the canvas. Perfect color. Not too green, not too beige. Clasp feels high quality. Easy to remove band pins, thanks to Hamilton's foresight in drilling the posts through. If I kept it, I would probably replace the band, not to get a better one, but to preserve this one.
Summary: full five stars, even though I didn't keep it. Actually, the watch I kept from the group I will only give four stars. I just can't justify keeping a $300 daily beater watch. My job is very physical, and I would worry about this beauty getting damaged. I'll save the $$$ for a dress watch. The watch I kept was the ubiquitous Seiko 5 SNK805. Yep, that cheap little beater.