RGMT Field Master

Another RGMT - another Military / Field watch.

But this RGMT is different. It is still quite large - 46 mm, but it has "only" 14mm thickness.
And this thickness is very well concealed by a very clever case design !
The watch nestles even on my - relatively small wrist with 17.3cm, very well and is really very comfortable to wear - precisely because the height is very suitable.

Otherwise, the watch comes with an Automaik movement, 100m WR, Sapphire lens, 24mm wide steel bracelet.

The watch overall has a Black PVD coating.

So technical details are completely fine for the price range, even fairly priced.
The optics is a bit more brute - RGMT usual just. But here with the Field Master, the brakes are still put on a bit and the watch doesn't feature too many extravagances.
Fans of the brand will appreciate it

Overall, it can be said that you get a very powerful and yet for many wrists suitable watch, with very solid specs.

Let me know if this was helpful for you or what kind of things you`d like to have highlighted :) 

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I understand the diameter is a matter of personal preference, but what’s inside that it needs to be so thick?

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thekris

I understand the diameter is a matter of personal preference, but what’s inside that it needs to be so thick?

Most Micro Brands are using Seiko movements ( Nh35a for example). These "standard" are nearly unbreakable - a tractor but they also need a "lot of space" in the watch.

But 14 mm here is quite "slim". 

Some Diver watches, that are using the Nh35a, have also a huge WR ( 300/500/1000m).

The more WR you have  - the higher watch is ( in general).

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Batemanswatches

Most Micro Brands are using Seiko movements ( Nh35a for example). These "standard" are nearly unbreakable - a tractor but they also need a "lot of space" in the watch.

But 14 mm here is quite "slim". 

Some Diver watches, that are using the Nh35a, have also a huge WR ( 300/500/1000m).

The more WR you have  - the higher watch is ( in general).

@thekris  - Miyota for example gives the opportunity that the watch can be kept slimmer because their Miyota 9*** Movement range is slim !

Spinnaker for example - they`ve released the Spence with 300m WR but it`s slimmer than a rolex submariner. It`s because of a good casedesign + slim movement. 

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What's the shock resistance, mate? Because people here got NH movements too and unless that thing's packing a NH34 it either got some super thick shock absorbers or whoever made it just decide thick=rugged.