A working man's watch is not a toy or a trinket. It is a tool and a companion. It is reliable, durable, and functional. It tells you the time, the date, and maybe even tracks a second time zone. It doesn't need to be wound, charged, or synced. It doesn't need to be pampered, polished, or protected. It can handle anything you throw at it, from water to dust to shock.
Do you always have to wear a watch with the face pointed out? There are good reasons to choose a different approach like some soldiers have done for years. In this post, we'll explain the various reasons why military personnel wear their wristwatches on the inside of their wrists.
A watch is probably the last thing you’ll think through when planning to deal with a crisis. But it’s more important that you realize. The ability to keep time is critical and you’re likely to have trouble doing it during times of panic.
So make sure one of the watches in your watch collection is a tactical watch designed to perform in survival situations.
We feel confident that the SANS-13 men's watch is the best tactical watch on the market. And at $295, it's a great deal. Since we relaunched, we've seen tons of five star reviews and positive feedback.
S&B™ Watches is excited to be included in the tactical watch round-up article in the latest issue of Ballistic Magazine. Devoted to the modern firearms enthusiast, Ballistic Magazine is packed full of great articles, exclusive interviews, and fantastic photos.
There was a time when the United States Army issued the same watch to each soldier. These days are over. All United States soldiers are not issued the same watch. In fact, it may be surprising to learn that in most situations, members of the military in the US have the option to wear a wide variety of watches in the field and in tactical situations. Usually this decisions is made individually by the Unit. The one thing that all real military watches have in common, however is that they are all built to military specifications of various standards.