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    Re: Show your "field watch"

    I just won this 38mm Fossil Defender from circa 1995 on an auction for a mere $35. It came with a bit rusty folded steel bracelet. The watch head is in pretty good condition, scratches at around 6 and 8 but overall it’s great. I don’t know what quartz movement it has, but it runs dead on accurate 0spd for the first 24 hours. Very solidly built and spec’ed at 100m WR, although I’m not sure if it still has it now since it’s a 20 year old watch.
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    CASIO G-SHOCK GMW-B5000-1
    SEIKO PROSPEX MARINEMASTER PROFESSIONAL SBBN007
    GLYCINE AIRMAN VINTAGE 1953 LE 3904.14/66AIRMAN DC-4 3904.19H24/66
    DAMASKO LARGE AVIATOR MANUFACTORY CALIBRE DK15

    TUDOR HERITAGE BLACK BAY 36 M79500-0004
    BREITLING PREMIER AUTOMATIC 40 A37340351B1A1
    OMEGA SPEEDMASTER PROFESSIONAL MOONWATCH 311.30.42.30.01.006
    ROLEX OYSTER PERPETUAL DATEJUST 36 126234-0025 (GRAIL)

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    Re: Show your "field watch"

    stretching the concept.


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    Re: Show your "field watch"

    My Boldr Venture. 38mm titanium case, case back, sapphire crystal with inner coating, 100m water resistance, military green NATO strap with titanium fittings.
    What a list of good things for a watch at a very decent price. The only minor downside is the lume, it could be brighter.
    I wear mine every week or so and she hasn't +or- with the time at all. Maybe I just got a super one.
    Here are some pics on NATO and a black Italian leather Bund.
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    Re: Show your "field watch"

    Field watch and hand wind notably missing from my collection.

    Done and done:

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    Re: Show your "field watch"

    Quote Originally Posted by Wolfsatz View Post
    Very Nice.. what model is it?


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    Its the Macys Bulova Hack from last year or the year before I forgot. I got it on sale for around 160 at the time. I dont know which movement it has got but its keeping time as good as my 262hz Bulovas do.

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    Re: Show your "field watch"

    Quote Originally Posted by FreddyNorton View Post
    Its the Macys Bulova Hack from last year or the year before I forgot. I got it on sale for around 160 at the time. I dont know which movement it has got but its keeping time as good as my 262hz Bulovas do.
    I almost got it... also on the same sale..... for some reason.... I did not pull the trigger... I think because I had recently got the Hammy Khaki King . which is now gone... never felt right. It is quite handsome! Great Buy !

    tonight... modeling my ER Tactical ( Easy Reader on Bond Nato ) I misplaced this watch in a coat since last winter.. and it was very very missed... very happy that I found it...

    Incredible that at $25 dollar watch brings out so much enjoyment to my wrist!

    ER Tactical by Wolfsatz, on Flickr
    ... What time is it? ...

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    Re: Show your "field watch"

    Big fan of field watches.
    Love this thread.
    Been reviewing many posts.

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    Re: Show your "field watch"

    Quote Originally Posted by mich.g.pan View Post
    Big fan of field watches.
    Love this thread.
    Been reviewing many posts.

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    I got one of these in an auction and thought I was gonna resell it...
    But my 8 year old grabbed it and wears it 24-7.
    He loves that he can swim and do anything with it.,,,

    Great little watch..
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    Re: Show your "field watch"

    Field-y enough.

    Justput it on the Monta Leather, and these are awesome straps....

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    And the collection, (Ok She's right- that's a lot of watches. *put eye-roll here*)
    -1971 Timex Marlin, green dial (reborn!), 1970's Timex Auto, 1974 Hamilton Accumatic ORANGE DIAL!
    -Dad's 1953 Bulova President, 1963 gold Accutron, and Grandpa's 1970 Caravelle machinist's watch
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    --E-One Bradley, --Evant Tropic Diver, bronze & green, --Urban Chronograph, —Seiko SNK's green & red,—Seiko Alpinist, —Bertucci A-2T (white), —Certina C-Sport Chrono, orange , —Timex 2002 Reefgear, —Omega Dynamic III (circa 2001), —Hamilton Pan Europe, blue, -- Monta Triumph, green dial.

    -1972 Hamilton Pan Europe, -1971 Accutron 219,—Seiko H557 square digital-analog (mine, new in 1984),
    -80's Seiko 6F22 Moonphase, - -70's Timex Electric, —Vostok Signal watch (w/ alarm), -80's Komandirskie (Type 33) -1990 Komandirskie (Type 34) (4 of same!), -Victorinox 1980, —HMT Janata, -1912 Concord Travel Clock/watch (w/engraved dial)


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    I've really changed my mind about field watches lately for some reason. I used to think they're boring but somehow I found myself growing to like them to the point where I developed this field watch itch. So I decided to scratch it with this Alba APBT205. 34.5mm titanium case and bracelet so it's super light, 20 bar water resistance, full lume dial and a domed crystal, can't recommend it enough.

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