Instrument Field Watch

Utility and minimalism merge in Instrument's newest watch with their take on the classic Field Watch. The watch features a three-part 38mm case, machined from 316L stainless steel with a crisp and clean dial that features both 12-hour and 24-hour markings. Powering the watch is a solar-powered Seiko VS37A movement that can feed off of both natural and artificial light, allowing for five months of charge from just a single day of exposure to sunlight. 


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