Weiss debuts an American-made movement in their newest Field Watch

The LA company introduces an attainable US-made mechanical movement.
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The LA company introduces an attainable US-made mechanical movement.
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Weiss is adding to its collection in a big way with their American Issue Field Watch. The watch replaces the modified ETA 6497 movement in their previous Field Watches with...wait for it...an American-made movement. The gold-plated movement has been manufactured and assembled at their Los Angeles studio and is manually wound with a power reserve of 46 hours. 

The dial is machined from naval brass and is hand painted in blue with silver detailing. The case is a 316L stainless steel 42mm with sapphire crystal on the front and back of the case. A 20mm Burgundy Horween Shell Cordovan strap completes the look and the watches will be available in a limited run of 50 individually-numbered timepieces. 

$2,500, weisswatchcompany.com

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