Weiss Standard Issue Field Watch


Weiss Watch Company makes a beautiful military style watch under $1,000, the Weiss Standard Issue Field Watch. Did we mention a majority of the materials are designed, manufactured, and assembled in Los Angeles County? Cameron Weiss founded the Weiss Watch Company in Los Angeles, CA in 2013 after graduating from the Nicolas G. Hayek Watchmaking School as a WOSTEP Certified Watchmaker, followed by extensive training at Audemars Piguet and Vacheron Constantin.


The Standard Issue Field Watch is made with a stainless-steel case at 42mm in diameter. As we mentioned earlier, the case, screws, gaskets, sapphire, and dial are made entirely in Los Angeles County with the exception of the movement. The design of this watch is similar to traditional field issue watches. Also, there is a seconds sub-dial replacing the 9 o’clock marker.


The movement in this watch is the “Weiss Watch Company Caliber 1001” that is manually wound with a 46-hour power reserve and based on an ETA movement. There is a crystal back revealing the Caliber 1001.

This watch is perfect for everyday use or business casual. At $950, this mechanical watch is a better option than Shinola, but comes in only one design. These watches take 3-4 weeks to ship due to their handmade process. Go local and get a Weiss.

Price: $950
Source: Weiss Watch Company

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