Field Watches

Watch of the Day: Return of the Fossil Defender

By Michael Weare on September 11, 2019

With multiple straps and interchangeable bezels, Fossil is trying hard to appeal to the enthusiast crowd.

The Perfect Adventure: Farr & Swit Seaplane Automatic

By Michael Weare on July 3, 2019

Formed in 2017, Farr & Swit is an independent American watch company based in the US midwest.  Their new Seaplane Automatic watch is proudly designed and...

Arcadia G1.0: The World’s First Graphene Coated Field Watch

By Michael Weare on February 28, 2019

Arcadia Watches launches their very first timepiece on Kickstarter. Their new watch features proprietary case coating “DuraPhene” which offers superior strength and adherence. The result,...

Weiss Rover Gauge Series American Issue LE Field Watch

By Michael Weare on December 11, 2018

California watchmaker Weiss has released two limited edition dials inspired by founder and owner Cameron Weiss’s beloved Land Rover truck. With American Issue Field watches,...

Weiss x Allen Edmonds American Issue Field Watch

By Michael Weare on September 20, 2018

Upscale American shoe retailer Allen Edmonds and Los Angeles independent watch brand Weiss, have got together to produce a collection of artisanal watches. The new...

Field Watches for a Canadian Summer Outdoors

By Mary Simpson on July 4, 2018

This traditional timepiece is made to be able to withstand combat; it's the watch you'll want on your wrist this summer if you're an outdoor...

The History and Anatomy of a Field Watch

By Nichole Jankowski on April 12, 2018

The original wristwatch for men, the field watch, was born from the wartime tactical necessity for coordinated attacks. Up until the 19th century, wristwatches were a woman's...