8 of the best field watches for under £1000

If you’re adventure inclined and in the market for a new timepiece this summer, the obvious choice for your wrist would be a field watch and the good news is you don’t have to break the bank completely to secure a quality one – with many awesome field watches available for under £1k. Interested? Check out our pick of 8 of the best field watches for under £1k below:

CARPENTER M2B BROOKLYN FIELD WATCH ($595)

The Field Collection from Carpenter Watches start at $595 and due to the first-class style and top quality materials used in their creation, this represents great value for money in our opinion. These watches have a custom C3 lume which provides impressive readability in low light conditions and the genuine leather straps add a real touch of class to proceedings. ($595)

WINFIELD MT2 FIELD WATCH ($349)

The standard load-out of the Winfield MT2 Field Watch ($349) is the brand’s heavy-duty 4mm leather strap, a Winfield 1.4mm NATO strap and a heavy-duty microfiber cloth all enclosed in their 12 ounce waxed canvas watch roll. A stainless warranty card will also be included. This great-looking timepiece is superb value for money and comes with a Ronda 715Li movement with a 10-year battery life. ($349)

HAMILTON KHAKI FIELD WATCH (£795)

Boasting a three-hand movement with or without a date function and boasting a superior power reserve of 80 hours, the Hamilton Khaki Field Watch (£795) appears with intricate contrasting snail and pearled patterns for the American Classic models it drives and streamlined surfaces for the pilots’ watches. A first-class field watch for under £1k. (£795)

BOLDR VENTURE GREEN GMT FIELD WATCH ($299)

When designing the Venture GMT Field Watch ($299) Boldr thought about what they could possibly add to a classic watch? It’s simple. A little complication that allows you to track two time zones at the same time. The Venture GMT is powered by a Swiss Ronda Quartz movement and rated for a dive-friendly 200m water resistance. It comes in four striking dial options with an orange GMT hand, get set to jet set with this beauty. ($299)

AVI-8 SPITFIRE TYPE 300 AUTOMATIC FIELD WATCH (£330)

The Spitfire Type 300 Automatic Field Watch from AVI-8 (£330) pays homage to the prototype Supermarine developed in 1934. It takes its design inspiration from the lines, form, and design of the famed World War 2 era fighter. AVI-8 have delivered a unique take on a stylish timepiece that draws from one of the most famous aircraft to have ever flown. The Type 300 is complete as a reliably, sturdy and wearable field watch with clear aviation design credentials. (£330)

FARER EXMOOR FIELD WATCH (£875)

Designed to withstand the toughest conditions, the Farer Exmoor Field Watch (£875) is built for any adventure and is one of our favourite field watches here at The Coolector. The comfortably sized 38.5mm field case design is cut from 316 marine-grade stainless steel which is as robust as they come. This specialist industry-grade metal improves the inherent benefits of regular stainless steel by increasing levels of chromium and molybdenum to deliver a toughened steel with exceptional corrosive resistance. (£875)

VAER C5 FIELD WATCH ($209)

VAER’s best seller is coming back with a bang in the shape of the C5 Field Watch ($209). This watch has been the first to sell out with every restock they’ve, so we recommend grabbing it while available. The VAER C5 is the American watchmaker’s best-selling watch model, combining best-in-class durability with timeless design and functionality. Representing the purest vision of their brand mission, the C5 is the ultimate utilitarian wristwatch. ($209)

TIMEX MK1 RESIN 36MM FIELD WATCH ($79)

The Timex MK1 Field Watch ($79) is designed to both mould to your wrist and disappear while being worn, except for when you need it. The 36mm case delivers that in combination with a comfortable Military-inspired Grosgrain strap. Everything about the MK1 speaks to a bygone era of field watches, right down to the classic “water-resistant” logo at 6 o’clock on the dial. ($79)


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