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Hamilton's classic Field Watch doesn't need a lot of help in the styling department but there's just something about bronze that makes everything better. The military staple has been updated with a new bronze version in 38mm that uses a special type of alloy that is both ultra-resistant and anti-corrosive so you can obtain the patina without the case suffering from bronze disease. Powering the watch is Hamilton's manually-wound H-50 movement, which hides behind a titanium caseback and has a power reserve of 80 hours. 


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