The Hamilton Khaki Field Expedition
There’s a watch for every occasion and every milestone. When it comes to outdoor adventure, one thing that is always handy to put in your pack is a watch to track how much light you have left for your day. Not to mention, a compass always helps, so why not have both? When you’re on the trail or the climb, a rugged and reliable watch is always a plus as a companion, and the new Hamilton Khaki Field Expedition is the perfect choice. We’ll stick with the 37mm version, but the 41mm is also available through Canada Watch House.
I don’t think there’s a worse feeling than wearing the wrong watch for the job. Regarding outdoor adventure, you need something that can take a beating and not lose time or functionality. Now, I know what you’re thinking; when it comes to outdoors, it’s often preferred to have a quartz watch on the wrist, but there’s something about a mechanical watch built for the challenging terrain that speaks to so many and adds to the enjoyment. With its rugged aesthetic and compass bezel, the Hamilton Khaki Field Expedition would be a fantastic choice in functionality alone, but that’s not the only thing that makes it a great choice as a piece of outdoor gear.
The Hamilton Khaki Field Expedition features a compact 37mm stainless steel case, 10.45mm case thickness, 44mm lug-to-lug and a lug width of 20mm, making this an extremely comfortable and non-cumbersome watch. The watch features a screw-down crown and 100m of water resistance, ready for rain, shine, mud, snow, and just about anything. The watch is available with a bracelet and a green calfskin leather strap, but we recommend the bracelet if you’re taking this one out in the wilderness.
Bringing the Hamilton Khaki Field Expedition to life is the fantastic Hamilton H-10, which features an 80-hour power reserve and a Nivachron hairspring for superior shock resistance. Rugged, reliable, functional and gorgeous, wrapped in one watch, what more could you ask for? Check out the 37mm and 41mm versions through Canada Watch House for more information on the Hamilton Khaki Field Expedition.