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During Cameron Weiss's endless quest to produce the finest mechanical timepieces, he created the Standard Issue Field Watch. In the latest edition of the Standard Issue Field Watch, he has refined his design to be thinner and even better for everyday wear. Each timepiece was developed using his background in traditional Swiss watchmaking and true passion for building and craftsmanship. When he is not at his work bench creating these fine timepieces, he is testing and developing each iteration of his work while diving deep into the kelp forests of the Pacific Ocean or climbing high into the snowy Sierra Nevadas with his dog in order to produce the world's finest Field Watch.
Weiss Watch Company is proud to offer a mechanical timepiece built in the USA. Each fully mechanical movement is our manually wound Caliber 1005 which is comprised of over 100 Swiss parts that are hand-finished and assembled in Los Angeles, California. The case and caseback of the timepiece are machined from one solid piece of surgical grade 316L stainless steel and polished individually by hand. Sapphire crystals are used on the front and back of the case for strength and durability and display our highly finished movement inside. The hands of the timepiece are steel, that has been finished with a black oxide treatment and they are filled with luminescent Super-Luminova paint for incredible legibility in dark or low light situations. Dials have been machined from one solid piece of naval brass that is then hand painted for maximum legibility. Each Standard Issue Field Watch is supplied with our durable and waterproof olive green Cordura canvas strap. The Standard Issue Field Watch is a limited production timepiece built one at a time by hand. Each individually numbered timepiece is delivered in our custom-built California pine wood box, also built by hand in the USA.