Pre-Order Minuteman A11 Field Watch Cream Dial Powered by Ameriquartz
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You can choose to pay with three easy payments using the pre-order button below.
You can pay in full using the "ADD TO CART" button, or the gold "Pay with PayPal" button .
You will find details for the three payment option below.
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We expect completed watches will start shipping as early as October and as late as end of November. For updates be sure to check our listings here on our site and our social media. We will also add you to a special newsletter and will send updates along the way. So please be sure to check any emails from us.
The Minuteman A11 honors the classic design of the U.S. Military WWII A11, keeping true to the spirit of the original while making a few updates to this iconic watch. This watch is born out of a partnership between Minuteman and Fine Timepiece Solution, based out of Fountain Hills, Arizona. FTS hand-assembles each A11 quartz movement in the USA out of a combination of domestic and imported parts. In our estimation, they are the most American quartz movements available on the market today.
10% of the selling price from each Minuteman A11 we sell will go to a military/veterans charity. The goal of Minuteman Watch Co. is to raise $10 thousand dollars this year through the sales of these watches for the charities.
Stainless Steel case
Heavy duty 2pc nylon strap
Width without crown: 38mm
Water resistant: 100 meters
Lug width: 20mm
Lug tip to lug tip length: 45mm
Ameriquartz 7122 quartz movement assembled in the USA by FTS
Luminous hands and dial
Three payment Option:
Payment 1: $67 non-refundable deposit
Payment 2: $66 (Approximately April 1st)
Payment 3: $66 plus shipping (approximately August 1st)
Shipping: $12 (US), $35 (international)
Payment questions may be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Some of you may be wondering why we choose Fine Timepiece Solution to build our new watches. FTS is a new company that is working to bring mass production of watches back to the United States. We would like to help in their noble efforts.
For those of you that still might want to know more. You can find out more about the people behind it by visiting the links below.