The name Khaki Field may come as a surprise the first time you look at the watch, as there are no khaki-coloured elements on it. Nor does it refer to the colour, but rather draws attention to the fact that the robust Hamilton Khaki Field Titanium Auto was designed for military use in the field. Khaki was the camouflage colour used on the uniforms of American soldiers during the First and Second World Wars, where it is still associated with the army and warfare. The name Kahaki Field (Field is English for field.), originally used by the American watch manufacturer Hamilton, is a double indication that this is a robust watch suitable for combat use.
The word Titanium is also English. It means titanium. This particularly resistant metal is the material used for the body of the Hamilton Khaki Field Titanium Auto. Strong and light at the same time, it is ideal for a watch that is worn during heavy physical activity in adverse conditions and yet needs to be able to measure time accurately. In keeping with this mission, the Hamilton Khaki Field Titanium Auto is also equipped with an easy-to-clean rubber strap and is water-resistant to a depth of 100 metres: the ideal companion for cross-country use over difficult terrain.