Once upon a time, American-made watches were a major player in the watch industry. With names like Bulova, Gruen, and Hamilton, they may have had Swiss parts, but each brand's heart and soul was American. While their dominance may have slipped, there has been a revitalization as of late along with a growing popularity of analog watches and timepieces like the Weiss Limited Issue Field Watch helping to drive the comeback. One of the newest American-made watch brands, Weiss went with a solid piece stainless steel case and caseback enclosing a manually wound Caliber 1001 movement. Sapphire crystals were used on the front and back for extra strength and to display the over 100 Swiss parts inside. Super-Luminova paint accents the polished silver hands while the dark blue dial pops with hand-painted indications and showcases the Weiss logo. The Weiss Limited Issue Field Watch also arrives with a Horween Genuine Shell Cordovan natural strap, handcrafted for a unique and comfortable style. Limited to only 100 numbered editions and arriving in a custom-built California pine woodbox, pre-order is available now directly via Weiss.