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Both military-inspired, both issued to the British Armed Forces, both compact and both accessible...
Here’s the battle of accessible British military-inspired watches! The two watches we’re about to compare are indeed very similar in spirit and execution. Undoubtedly, there are drastic differences between them, but there are strong resemblances too. Both watches are accessible, hand-wound, inspired by past military-issued models for the British Armed Forces (the MoD and the RAF, respectively), compact in size and very faithful to their ancestors. However, one is produced by an established brand owned by a Swiss giant and is a reissue of the so-called W10. The other one comes from a micro-brand and is the closest modern watch you can get from a “Watch Wristlet Waterproof” of the iconic Dirty Dozen. So let’s compare the Hamilton Khaki Pilot Pioneer Mechanical with the Timor Heritage Field.
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