Even though there are many reputable watchmaking companies in the United States, the Weiss Watch Company distinguishes itself from the rest thanks to its elevated degree of independence. You see, this particular brand is known for making its own dials and cases, but its experts also take the time to hand finish each and every one of the movements that would power the watches. The Standard Issue Field Watch is one of Weiss’ most appreciated timepieces, and it now comes in a brand new version that flaunts a redesigned stainless steel case, a stainless steel crown and an intricate movement that comprises no less than 100 parts.
Now even though this Weiss watch features many components made in Los Angeles, including its hands, dial, case, leather stripes, Condura canvas and pine packaging, some of its parts were actually manufactured in Switzerland, and we all know what that means. Switzerland is famous for its complex, beautiful and reliable timepieces, which means that the Standard Issue Field Watch also borrowed these highly coveted features. The movement as well as the screws for the case back and the buckles are both Swiss-made, but they were put together in LA at the Weiss headquarters.
The dials of the Standard Issue Field Watch are made out of brass and come in 2 versions: black and white. The front and the back of the case feature sapphire crystals that offer protection as well as crystal-clear views of the dial and of the movement. If you would like to purchase this exceptional timepiece yourself, you’ll be glad to know that you can do so at the Weiss online store.