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Get a first gen, they are awesome, cheaper, and look better then the new ones. I rock one of those, or most of the time on of these.
Selling my Hamilton Kahki King, the watch is in great condition with minimal light scratches on the polished bezel, includes inner and outer boxes.
Specs on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Hamilton-H64455533-Stainless-Automatic-Leather/dp/B000AONZWQ
Imgur Album: https://imgur.com/a/XN6dGfg
Asking $299 shipped with USPS priority, PayPal F&F or (G&S +3%) CONUS only, Thank You.
Here's my dream watch... kinda what you're talking about? [link]
I'm treating myself to my first real watch after graduating and am deciding between two different Hamilton watches. If you could comment below whether you would buy 1 or 2 and maybe a reason why, that would be amazing!
Let me introduce you to the Hamilton Khaki King.
/u/runbilly, meet the Hamilton... Hamilton, meet /u/runbilly.
Edit... if you want something more simple check out the Hamilton Khaki Field
Steinhart makes a watch that would probably fit your needs if you like the design. Its a pilot's watch (they were oversized watches, especially back in the day, with very legible dials for pilots to see easily even at night) with an automatic ETA movement (ETA makes some pretty solid workhorse movements like its 2824-2). They make a few different variations of it [link]
Hamilton also has the Khaki line which might be a good choice also with this one as an example [link] . There are a ton of them so you could find one you like if that one doesn't do it for you.
Seiko will have a ton of models to choose from too. Make sure you know what size you are looking for. Watches have tended to grow in size and a lot of people would consider watches under 40mm to be on the smaller side, 40-42mm would be a mid size watch and over that it could start to be large depending on your wrists. I have about a 7 7/8" and my watches are mostly 42mm with the one I posted being a 44.25mm. Also the shape/design of the watch can make it "wear" as if it were larger or smaller than the actual size so either try it on first or find some wrist shots of someone with a similar sized wrist if possible.
Hope you can find yourself a nice watch that meets your needs.
Bought this for myself, to be opened on Christmas morning. Hamilton King Khaki in black.