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Bought this one last week and I love it. I would recommend it to anyone looking for a nice automatic watch in that price range.
I have a 7.25" wrist and the 42mm Hamilton Khaki Field fits me perfectly. So happy I didn't get the 40mm version. I think you'll be pretty happy with any 42mm watch. And congratulations on your purchase; the Khaki Field line is great value for money and the watches are really solid and look great.
I really like it. Between the display caseback and the date window sitting nicely on the edge of the face it really seems the appropriate size for the movement.
Sure thing! There is a brand called Hamilton that has some comparable models at a higher quality. They're an American country over 100 years old, and they're well known for making great watches. Here are some options that are similar to some Timex styles:
Hamilton Khaki Field
Another Hamilton Khaki Field
Another variant of the Hamilton Khaki Field
Hamilton Khaki Field in SS
The company "Junkers" also makes excellent quality timepieces. "Junkers" is the brand name, they aren't junk watches haha. They're in the $300-$400 range usually, here are some good options. Long Island Watch is a great retailer for picking up good watches.
Junkers Eisvogel in white
And also some more options from Graf Zeppelin, another quality watch maker:
Graf Zeppelin LZ120
Graf Zeppelin Chronograph
Good luck in your search! Feel free to PM.
Assuming you want a mechanical watch (not run on battery)...
This is a bit above your budget, but a Hamilton Instramatic might be good. The Hamilton Khaki Field is another option. The Tissot Visodate, though it's a little thicker. The Seiko SARB series is also great with black option, too.
I am currently saving for my first swiss watch. I have made my budget 500 USD.
I am on the fence on two watches, they are:
 Hamilton Khaki 42mm
Steinhart Ocean Vintage One
If anyone has any recommendations or any comments on these watches, they are more than welcome.
I don't know what the price is supposed to be, as it says 9999.99 right now, but that looks a lot like a Hamilton Khaki Field to me, but a bit more simplified.
The Hamiltons have a little more going on on the dial usually, but you can get a Khaki Field brand new for well under 500 USD. The dial isn't as simple on the Hamiltons as what you posted, but they're similar in design, have decent automatic movements, and are pretty decent mid-level watches IMO.
If you'd be okay with something with a date window...
Day / Date
Aviation / Pilot (with day/date) Khaki Aviation
Not quite what you're looking for, but a much cheaper option with a similar style would be the Seiko 5 SNK809, which can be had for around $60 brand new.
Seiko 5 SNK809
I just bought a Seiko 5 Sports SNZF17K1, a step or two up from the SNK809 in Seiko 5's and I love it so far. But it doesn't look anything like what you want...
Seiko's 5 and 5 sport series are great, fairly inexpensive, automatic watches.
I've seen some reallllllly cool Soviet and Russian watches that are really simple like what you want, but I honestly don't know what to tell you to look for as far as those go.
Definitely not the same watch, but in case you like that style there are lots of similar watches across different prices ranges. (e.g. this Hamilton, this Timex)
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I personally didn’t like the 38mm size of the SARB033. So, I gave mine to my brother. I feel like the SARB033 is a dress watch, above all. If you wear dress clothes and/or if your wrist is very slender, you’ll probably like it.
I would go with the Hamilton Khaki, but not this one because the day/date display looks like garbage. It looks like they just carelessly punched a day-hole at the top...It obliterates the “12” and eats up part of the “11” and the “1.”
This one is nice. But it’s 42mm, I’d maybe get the 40mm version.
Check out Hamilton watches, like this. I searched far and wide for classy watches with the same Timex aesthetic.
A nice watch in a classic style. Maybe something like a Hamilton Khaki which is a watch that has looked good in the past, looks good today, and will look good in the future. It's not flashy or on trend, just a nice looking piece. If it's in your budget, I think this would be a good way to remember your 21st birthday for years to come.