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Our top picks for your Spring adventures!

Our top picks for your Spring adventures!

Every outdoor kit should have a fantastic tool watch as a companion on any adventure. With spring right around the corner and warmer weather on the way, we thought we’d help you pick your next piece of outdoor equipment, showing our top picks for Spring Outdoor Adventures! There’s something in this list for all occasions, so let’s dive in! 

  1. Longines HydroConquest - L3.781.4.56.9

The Longines HydroConquest is on this list for various reasons: legibility, wearability, 300m of water resistance, rubber strap, anti-reflective coated sapphire crystal, and great looks. It is a genuine tool watch that can withstand any environment or terrain and deserves a spot in your outdoor pack this spring. 

  1. Seiko Prospex SRPH15K

This choice is self-explanatory: a tool watch, a compass bezel insert, a stainless steel case and bracelet, 200m of water resistance, and forest/spring green! The Seiko Prospex SRPH17K is a fantastic choice for the outdoors due to its rugged design, functionality and its use of the always 

reliable Seiko 4R35 automatic movement. The SRPH17K is the sleek black dial variant for those who aren't feeling the green. 

  1. Hamilton Khaki Field Expedition 41mm - H70315130

Hamilton and adventure go hand in hand, so having them on the list was a no-brainer. The Hamilton Khaki Field Expedition is a recent addition to the Hamilton catalogue and has received a lot of love since. With its stainless steel compass bezel insert, stainless steel case and bracelet and highly legible numeral indices on the dial, the Hamilton Khaki Field Expedition is ready for all adventures, anytime, anywhere. For those looking for a smaller option than 41mm, the Khaki Field Expedition is also available in 37mm. 

  1. Mido Ocean Star GMT Special Edition

The Ocean Star line from Mido is known for being a quintessential, Swiss-made dive watch that looks gorgeous, feels fantastic on the wrist and won’t break the bank. Travelling to a different land tends to happen when going on an adventure, so a great travel watch is always necessary. The new Mido Ocean Star GMT has specs similar to the Mido Ocean Star divers but with an added GMT complication capable of tracking two timezones, home and local time and a slightly smaller case size. The Mido Ocean Star GMT Special Edition would be a welcome addition to any outdoor pack. 

  1. Bulova Hack Watch

The historic piece from Bulova, the Hack, is a fantastic choice for your next adventure. The Hack pulls inspiration from Bulova’s military history and infuses the contemporary lifestyle to create a vintage-inspired 38mm automatic field watch. Its smaller 38mm case and fabric strap provide a comfortable wearing experience, and it packs reliability with its 200m of water resistance and the Miyota 8S20-43A automatic movement. 

All the watches mentioned are available through Canada Watch House, so feel free to look!