Smith & Wesson Military Watch

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posted on July 25, 2014
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Smith & Wesson's Military watch is a simple, no-nonsense timepiece that incorporates an analog face with luminous hands and a date window. It has smaller military designations inset for those that prefer to keep their time according to the military designations rather than AM or PM, and comes with a choice of three colors for the wristband (black, tan, and OD green).

If you find yourself looking for replacement watches frequently (as I do) because of damage, this model won't break the bank and looks good on your wrist. The plain black face with white numerals is easy to read at a glance, and replacing the band with another color is a painless and quick procedure that necessitates only re-threading the new band through the pins on the watch.

An added advantage is the small Smith & Wesson logo just south of the 12:00 (or 24:00) position. You can show your brand loyalty in an unobtrusive manner that is equally at home in the boardroom, on the golf course or at your kid's T-ball game.

MSRP: $29.95.

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