Summary: The watch is an epitome of wathcmaking in the older days when people use gears, crowns hairsprings to create a timepiece that is a reflection of hard work and appreciation for beauty. The machine requires daily winding to keep the machine running.
Summary: If you are looking for an eye catching watch, this is not for you. This watch is simple and rugged and I use it more often than the others. I like the large numbers and if I wind it to the maximum, it will last for more than twenty four hours.
Summary: I'm very pleased with this retro, military watch. It has a nice case, saphire crystal and ETA mechanical hand-wind movement. As far as accuracy, so far it's only +6 secs/day (close to cosc standards). You can't go wrong for the money. Watch also looks great with different straps.
Summary: The technical service is really bad and expensive. My Hamilton never worked properly after i got the battery changed at the official service. Then the watch was sent for service several times and still doesnt work.
Summary: Four years ago I bought and gave this watch to my nephew. He was in high school army ROTC and wore it proudly with his uniform and was the envy of his class mates. Two years ago he gave it back to me to clean and service.
Summary: As is usually the case, the photos of this watch simply do not do it justice. I was looking for a retro-style field watch that wasn't too expensive, and this watch delivered, big-time. - The case. 38mm diameter, 10mm thick, sand-blasted steel. The look is very nice.
Summary: I have had this watch for a month now and it has been an absolute joy to wear. As an avid watch collector, I rarely wear any watch for more than a few days in a row, yet I keep coming back to this piece.
Summary: I bought this watch because I know what it is, and am already a Hamilton fan. What is not appearant by the simple photos posted (at Hamilton and here) are the multitude of positive little details this watch has. Drilled lugs make changing the band really easy. It has a nicely engraved solid back.