Hamilton & Schott NYC Tap Their Military Roots For A Khaki Pilot Watch

Nov 1, 2019

Category: Style

Both Hamilton and Schott NYC have a deep-rooted history when it comes to militaristic applications, creating some of history’s most associative wristwear, apparel, and collections for wartime use. Now, the two companies have decided to put their heads together for the limited-edition Khaki Pilot Watch — an homage to the spirit of American aviation.

The Schott NYC x Hamilton Khaki Pilot Watch is a stunning accessory that harkens back to watch designs of old, introducing a large, 46mm stainless steel case, custom steer leather strap, and an Army-inspired khaki green dial to house the company’s revered H-30 automatic day-date movement. Beneath the watch’s brilliant sapphire crystal, you’ll find a set of contrasting Super-LumiNova hands and coated numerals, helping to improve legibility, and clarity, as it did for pilots traversing the skies during WWII. Only 1,892 pieces are slated for release, with each garnering a price tag of $1,165.

Purchase: $1,145

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