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Trending: Seiko SNZG15

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Trending: Seiko SNZG15

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For most of us, there’s a watch (or a few) for special occasions, and then there’s the everyday watch—something simple yet presentable, and can take on the rigors of daily wear. Field watches fit the profile well, and the Seiko SNZG15 is the brand’s stalwart model that continues to trend on our charts. With a case width of 42mm made to fit 22mm straps, its size hearkens back to the original military-issue field watches. The high contrast watch face and clear 12 and 24-hour time scales combine with luminous paint on the indices to give you a watch that’s always easy to tell time on, no matter the light conditions. The stainless steel case is water resistant to 100 meters, and pairs with a scratch-resistant Hardlex crystal. Through the clear caseback, you can see its mechanical heart: Seiko’s Cal. 7S36 automatic movement, a workhorse design used in many of their popular dive watches. This self-winding movement removes the need for a battery and has 41 hours of power reserve when fully wound. If you’re looking for an everyday take-anywhere mechanical watch with a field watch aesthetic, the Seiko SNZG15 is a proven choice. Get it at the link below.

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