Hamilton Men's Watch H70575733
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- Swiss Automatic movement
- Durable sapphire crystal protects watch from scratches
- Case diameter: 42 mm
- Side of case opposite to crown has "Titanium" engraved on it.
- Water resistant to 330 feet (100 M): suitable for snorkeling, as well as swimming, but not diving
If an automatic watch is not moved or worn daily, it will stop, and will need to be restarted manually. You can manually wind the watch by turning the crown on the side of the watch clockwise 10 to 15 times until you feel resistance. Find out more about automatic watches here .
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|Dial Window Material Type||Sapphire|
|Case Diameter||42 millimetres|
|Case Thickness||11 millimetres|
|Band Width||21 millimetres|
|Water Pressure Resistance||10 bar|
|Warranty Type||No Warranty|
|Warranty Description||No Warranty|
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Black PVD titanium case with a black textile bracelet. Fixed black PVD titanium bezel. Black dial with luminous hands and Arabic numeral hour markers. Minute markers around the outer rim. Luminescent hands and markers. Date display at the 3 o'clock position. Swiss automatic movement. Scratch resistant sapphire crystal. Skeleton case back. Case diameter: 42 mm. Tang clasp. Water resistant at 100 meters / 330 feet. Functions: hours, minutes, seconds, date. Hamilton Khaki Field Titanium Men's Watch H70575733.
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The strap is stiff out of the box, but it was OK after a couple of days. I decided to swap it with a DaLuca black nylon - that is much more lighter, comfortable, infinitely adjustable and waterproof.
It would have been 5 stars if it wasn't for the microscopic spec of dust that was on the inside of the dial and was missed by Hamilton on the production line.
Compared to my other automatic watch (Orient Blue Ray II), this movement sounds louder and has a definite resonance that can be heard if you sleep with your hand touching the pillow or if you leave it on a flat table. Not a problem for me, but might concern other buyers.
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Aesthetically, color scheme is what drew me to the watch and after a few weekends of rough wear, the coating seems to be holding up very well. Also, I had planned to replace the band with rubber and add a deployant clasp, but compared to some of my nicer watches, the band is actually a surprising positive of the watch; extremely comfortable.
Only reason this doesn't get five stars, is because I know there are slightly better dials/options in Hamiltons warchest:
1) The date should have covered the 3 completely (see other Khaki models)
2) I like the illuminating paint as much as the next guy, but since its not a diver watch, a true black/white contrast would have been nice (the larger numbers are off white), and
3) There's a hint of light-blue/white around the edge, and I think that should have either been eliminated or enhanced; referring back to #2, it would have been great to have true-white numbers, with a blue "Hamilton" logo or "Khaki Automatic".
All-said, I feel like Jack Ryan (the watch was "advertised" in Shadow Recruit), and for the price (I paid) it feels like a great addition to the collection. In truth, all my complaints revolve around the fact that there is only one Hamilton Khaki Titanium, and that for as cool as it is, Hamilton would do well to add a little optionality to this segment of the Khaki collection (specifically, I think dial on the http://www.amazon.com/Hamilton-HML-H70455133-Analog-Display-Automatic/dp/B001QT1LWK/ref=sr_1_11?s=apparel&ie=UTF8&qid=1424270911&sr=1-11 would have been a much better choice for the black on black look)
*****July 2015 Follow-Up *****
Decided to put the durability of the watch to the test --- went cliff jumping for several hours this past weekend, where each jumped required a decent climb up a rocky hill. I bumped, scratched, smashed and all-but drowned this watch... and there is still no visible signs of wear and tear. #Awesome
That said, the issue with the glare (discussed in several other reviews) is particularly noticeable when sitting in front of a monitor and your hands are on the keyboard ... but not a problem when you're moving around or outdoors.
I'll start with the specs. The case diameter is 42mm and has 20mm lugs. This is great, because 20mm NATO straps are a dime a dozen and you can find them in many colors and patterns. I personally really like the NATO straps with PVD hardware, because they match the case of this watch very nicely. The HKFT's case is made out of titanium and is coated with black PVD. This is a very slick looking watch. The titanium case is also very light. When wearing this watch with a NATO strap, I sometimes have trouble noticing that I am wearing a watch. I have another Hamilton that is a 42mm case and made of stainless steel and this watch is significantly lighter in comparison. The HKFT has an ETA 2824-2 movement and mine gains almost exactly 10 seconds every day. This is pretty incredible. I have owned Miyota automatic movements in the past that would gain or lose 20-40 seconds on a daily basis with little to no consistency, so a consistent 10 seconds a day is nothing to scoff at.
Visually, this is very, very slick looking watch. The PVD coating sucks in light and gives it a very military/tactical look that is similar to a stealth bomber. It's very difficult to explain how great the watch looks in person, but if you are in the market for a PVD watch this will certainly not disappoint. The hands and numbers are very easy to see, even in direct sunlight. Like most other Hamiltons, the lume is just O.K. Even the strap that comes on this watch looks nice and has matching PVD hardware with Hamilton branding on it. I personally think that the stock strap is a little thick and would have preferred that it was made out of canvas and not whatever synthetic material it is made out of.
There are some problems with this watch. Firstly, some may find the glare unbearable. I provided many photos in varying lighting situations and in every single one of them, you can clearly see my phone or what is above/behind me. At this price point ($1,000 retail and about $700 Amazon) this seems like something that should be remedied. A more minor niggle is the white date window. There are versions of the Khaki Field that cost half as much that has black date windows with white text (with similar movements) and it's almost perplexing as to why this one does not. Remember, this watch retails for a thousand bucks. This last issue is very personal and many people may not care about it what-so-ever, but the face of the watch is a two tone gloss black and matte black. I feel that the watch would have looked significantly better if they had chosen one or the other and not tried to mix in both textures.
Is this watch for you? That is really for you to determine. If you can put up with the small details that seem a bit off and the very strong glare on the sapphire crystal then you should consider it. At $1,000 retail, I would never purchase this watch, however on Amazon it hovers between $600 and $700. I think that this is a completely fair price for the product that is delivered.
Personally, I would purchase this watch again and again on Amazon at this price point. The HKFT is a solid field watch, that makes up for some short comings by being very readable and looking very cool. Fixing those small problems would make this a 5 star watch every day of the week. I hope this review was helpful.
*the photos that have been provided show may variations of a NATO strap on the watch*
You may or may not get an updated version of this watch which has an H-10 movement and a slightly different case back. You can find more info at the link below. Regardless, it is genuine. I almost returned mine (and I ordered from Amazon, not a third party) thinking it was counterfeit until I learned that Hamilton is updating their Khaki line with H-10 movements. Basically you will get slightly less BPH, but an 80 hour power reserve, more accuracy, and a longevity. Unfortunately you will not find much information out there about this update at the moment. Even the official website still shows the old version of this watch.