Weiss Standard Issue Field Watch

Mar 9, 2016

Category: Style

For as long as we can remember, there has always been something about American-made products that stands out. Whether it’s their clean design or structural integrity, there is something inherently valuable about products that feature a “made in the USA” etching. The Weiss Standard Issue Field Watch is no exception. Comprised of over 100 Swiss parts that are hand-finished and assembled in Los Angeles, each mechanically wound watch is a true work of art.

In addition to the inner mechanics, the case and caseback are machined from one solid piece of stainless steel, and individually hand-polished before shipment. The dial is machined naval brass featuring a black finish and highly visible white numerals. The hands on this particular model are made up of black oxide treated steel with white Super-Luminova Paint, while the band is a 20mm olive green, waterproof Cordura canvas. Each watch also happens to be water-resistant up to 330 feet, and comes in several different color options. Available now for $950. [Purchase]

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