A Heritage Field Watch

The field watches of the 1940s were tools of necessity.
The British Ministry of Defense approached a group of 12 neutral Swiss watchmakers during WWII to build standard military-spec field watches that were utilitarian – accurate, durable and subtle.
In the Pathfinder, we reworked the 1940s field watch – retaining the spirit of rugged utility influenced by modern materials, manufacturing tech and our design ideas.

Reworked For Today

We wanted to maintain the characteristics of a field watch in that day, and upgrade it with features to suit modern lifestyles.
The sand-textured dial and flat sapphire crystal with anti-reflective coating reduces dial reflection.
Indices are applied with either polished silver (Black, Slate Grey, Copper, Crimson) or gunmetal linings (Polar, Salmon). A generous yet uniform coat of Swiss Super-LumiNova C3X1 pigments are applied on the hands and dial markings.
Our custom-designed fully brushed stainless steel 5 link bracelet is optimized for comfort and maneuverability.



Case: 40mm 316L surgical stainless steel

Case Thickness: 12.3mm

Lug to Lug: 47mm

Lug Width: 20mm

Bezel: Fixed

Hands: Index

Movement: Automatic Seiko NH35

Crystal: Flat Sapphire Crystal with Anti-Reflective coating

Lume: C3X1 Swiss Super-Luminova

Dial: Matte Sand-textured

Indices: Applied with Polished Silver or Polished Gunmetal

Depth Rating: 200m

On The Wrist

In The Box