Smith & Bradley – Springfield Field Watch


Named after the capital of Smith & Bradley’s home state of Illinois, the Springfield is based on a class of watches that have been found on men’s wrists for more than a century.


-Swiss Ronda Quartz Movement
-C-3 Superluminova Hands
-Domed Sapphire Crystal
-10 ATM Water Resistance
-316-L Stainless Steel case and case back
-Enlarged Crown
-12 and 24 hour markings
-20 mm Lugs


7 Responses to “Smith & Bradley – Springfield Field Watch”

  1. AV says:

    I ordered one of these through the Kickstarter campaign after having one of their Sans-13 watches for the last two years. I have to say I am impressed they keep turning out good products and stand behind them. A great value for an American made watch with class.

    • Dev says:

      The Sans-13 watch looks really good. The stainless especially. Shame it’s sold out. Have a soft spot for decent automatic movements in nice cases.

      • Dev says:

        Meh. My common sense and reading comprehension. It’s actually a quartz, unfortunately. That said, nice looking time pieces.

  2. Mike Nomad says:

    A lot of good build and tech, only to make the 24/00 mistake like most others…

    • JDD says:

      Date area looks pretty busy too. It would be nice to see all configurations of all color schemes on website and a stainless bracelet option. But over all looks like a good start.

      • Mike Nomad says:

        Date area… I prefer my watches without a date wheel. They are nothing but in the way, especially come the end of February…

  3. I have one of the Black Springfields and its awesome. The glow on the hands is bright enough I can still read the time in the morning.