Hamilton Khaki Field Mechanical White Dial Box Set H69439512 (Deposit)
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H69439512 (Box Set)
  • Deposit: $250.00
  • Retail Price: $625.00
  • In addition to the deposit, a separate invoice will be sent to you for the balance. If you have any questions about pricing, please contact the store during business hours at 888-730-2221.

    While our pre-order system is new we’d still love to talk to you to give you the personal attention you’ve come to expect from Topper.

Expected May 2019 exclusively through Topper Jewelers

*PLEASE NOTE: Due to the incredible response to this timepiece and Topper’s compliance with Hamilton Policy, we reserve the right to review all orders for eligibility before fulfilling them. Should you have any questions, please feel free to call us at +1 650-347-2221 or email us at store@topperjewelers.com and we will get back to you within a few business days.

Case: 38mm stainless steel
Dial: Matte white dial
Hands: Black lacquered hour and minute hands with old radium-colored Super-LumiNova®, black lacquered seconds hand with old radium-colored Super-LumiNova® tip
Movement: H-50 mechanical movement with 80-hour power reserve
Glass: Sapphire crystal
Water resistance: 5 bar (50 m)
Manual winding

Set includes:

  • Brown leather NATO strap with pin buckle
  • Green textile NATO strap with brown leather loops with pin buckle
  • Strap changing tool
  • Special Hamilton box

See what critics are saying about the watch:

It “doesn’t feel out of place. For my money, the white dial is ace.” - Ilya Ryvin (Worn & Wound's Managing Editor and Video Producer)

It's modern and wearable, while still maintaining that sort of old-school cool that's been in American military watch DNA since the '40s...The white dialed version is unequivocally handsome.” - Cole Pennington (Editor from Hodinkee)

Before those initial specifications were issued there were plenty of soldiering watches featuring white dials. In fact, many early Hamilton Army Ord. Dept. watches had white dials, so this new Khaki Field Mechanical does in fact draw on some legitimate history. It's a charming anachronistic mashup of military watches from the distant past wrapped up in a package fit for the present.- Cole Pennington (Editor from Hodinkee)

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