Jack Mason F101 Field Collection Canvas Watch

Jack Mason F101 Field Collection Canvas Watch
Jack Mason F101 Field Collection Canvas Watch
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F101 Field Collection Canvas Watch by Jack Mason
Sculpted with clean lines and crafted from rugged materials, the Jack Mason F101 Field Collection Canvas Watch offers the best of refined style and dependable build quality. This field watch takes design cues from classic military time pieces. The brushed stainless steel case exudes a polished look while withstanding the bumps and drops of daily life. Its canvas band is fully interchangeable, should you ware it down after years of everyday wear. Japanese quartz movement keeps you on time for important meetings and daily events. SuperLuminova Markings glow after dark for easier reading in low light. It's water-resistant to 10-ATM, meaning it'll withstand soaking showers and submersion without compromising its timekeeping integrity. Other striking features include an engraved case back with Jack Mason's mountain logo, an etched crown with the Texas Lone Star, as well as a subtle red, white, and blue second hand as a nod to the watch's American roots.

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SKU: JCM0007
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