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Each Hamilton Khaki Field timepiece incorporates the spirit of the original military professional watches. Functional timepieces like this one saw plenty of combat through the years — from the Allies during WW2 to soldiers in Vietnam. Hamilton continues to build on that rich history with this Khaki Field watch, built with a tough stainless steel case, three hand display, and a dark dial with numerals and indexes that feature old radium color Super-LumiNova. A faithful recreation of the 1960s legend, it's powered by mechanical H-50 movement and is available in black with a durable grey NATO strap or a unique 'Earth' colored PVD case coating with a green strap.
Diameter: 38mm / Lug width: 20mm / Depth rating: 50 meters / Movement: H-50 mechanical movement / Power Reserve: 80 Hours
Inspired by the Q Timex from the 1970s, the M79 is a fresh interpretation of an iconic timepiece. The new watch blends a much-loved look with a workhorse automatic movement. The M79 borrows the same hidden lugs and black and blue "Batman" bezel as the '70s classic and adds unidirectional functionality. The timepiece has a black dial with day/date windows and Mercedes-style hands and it's slightly larger than the original 38mm case, with an uptick to 40mm to accommodate the larger automatic movement, which is on display via the exhibition case back. The watch is finished with a tapered stainless steel bracelet, another fitting tribute to its predecessor.
Diameter: 40mm / Lug width: 20mm / Depth rating: 50 meters / Movement: 21-Jewel automatic
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If you've ever wondered what wallet James Bond would carry, look no further than this sleek accessory. The Maverick wallet is machined from aerospace aluminum with a Chem-Etched gold anodized finish and a hand-polished nickel plated backplate. The tough exterior means it's ready for whatever 007-esque treatment it encounters, and just like the MI6 agent, there's much more to it than meets the eye. The compact wallet comes with an MT04 multi-tool packed with more than 10 functions that slides discreetly into a metal cavity nested securely onto safety locks on the chassis. The tool's functions are designed to help you survive an emergency and include a seat belt cutter, serrated/sharpened edges, chisel, 2 paracord tensioners, an O2 oxygen wrench, nail pryer, standard 1/4" hex wrench, and a bottle opener. The wallet also of course suits more traditional uses with the capacity to hold 2-3 cards on the front pocket, 5-6 behind the backplate, and additional cards and cash behind the silicone band.
We've seen portable standalone drum machines before, but never one this versatile that actually fits in your pocket. Teenage Engineering's PO-32 drum synth is a surprisingly full-featured instrument that's about the size of a calculator. For the technical among us, it offers a sequencer with parameter locks, punch-in effects, and unlimited sounds with Microtonic VST. It also adds a built-in speaker, a microphone for data transfer, a 3.5mm audio I/O port, an animated LCD display showing characters drinking G&Ts, and a folding stand. Powered by two AAA batteries, it has a battery life of one month, with a standby time of two years.