Hi how is everyone going?
I have just purches a Hamilton 46374B, a real military spec watch. It was issued to all US personel during the Vietnam War era. I throught it would be intresting to compare it to my Casio DW5600e (sorry no picture). After wearing the DW-5600e for so long the Hamilton (eveything else) seems small 41.5mm,33mm. It has a wind-up movement, which means that you have to wind it up for it to run no batterys. The Hamilton when new kepts time -/+ 10 sec a-day , the casio -/+ 15-30 sec amonth, that said the Hamilton has a really nice sweeping second hand. Nice movement compare to accuracy?, up to the individual. The Hamilton run for 48 hours on full wind while the DW 2 years. The Hamilton will survive an atomic blast and keeps on working while the DW will not. When the tritium is fully charged it glow very bright, very easy to read in the dark . Still when you compare that to the DW el light, Casio wins hands down. The more I compare the two the more clear it becomes. It is two Military watches from two total different era. I love how the 46374B is made by Hamilton and is rarely seen outside of the US. While the Dw is one of the most loved and used G-shock in the world. The Hamilton was use during the Vietnam War era ( I'm Vietnamese so there is a certain connection I have to it). The DW is a moden day military watch while the Hamilton Mil-W-46374B is a military watch from days gone by. I would with out doubt recommend both of these watches to eveyone in the mark for a cheap, reliable, and collectable military watches.
ALL THE BEST