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The affordable hand-winding Hamilton Khaki Field Mechanical watch is a modern classic. It’s loved precisely for its no-frills charm (and of course, for its price), but it exists within a larger Khaki Field collection that includes myriad options. An automatic version offers a bit more everyday convenience, but a step up from there is the lightweight and premium titanium models, recently released in two new iterations.
Until now, the Hamilton Khaki Field Titanium Auto has only been offered in a couple of versions, but the brand is expanding the collection with some new colors and features. Measuring 42mm wide in bare or PVD-coated titanium, the new models come in two variants. One version has black case and dial with beige dial elements, and the bare titanium-cased version has a silver dial with green, luminescent-covered hands and indices. Both are topped with sapphire crystal, and the cases are water-resistant to 100m.
The new versions are dateless, which is a popular current trend among collectors, and like other recent versions, they incorporate the latest Swatch Group movement. This is an ETA C07.111 based on common automatic movements, but with upgrades that include a power reserve of 80 hours. Each features a display case back and ships on a leather strap, with a price of $995 with black PVD coating or $945 in bare metal.
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