Olympos Field Watches


Inspired by the Olympos Military watches made for the British Royal Navy in the late 1960s, this modern interpretation was designed with simplicity, utility and durability in mind.

Olmypos Field watch on burlap


Built for the modern adventurer, the Olympos Field is a more rugged take on one of our favorite legacy pieces and does exactly what it needs to - it tells time with precision and dependability.

Olympos Field watch

Iconic Manta Ray
Shaped Case

Bold Numerals
For easy readability, day or night

STP 1-11
Swiss-Made Automatic Movement

Hands and numerals for ultimate
readability, day or night

40mm Case
Built with ultimate wearability
and durability in mind

Italian Leather Strap
In rich, field-inspired earth tones

Olmypos Field watch lifestyle photo
Olmypos Field watch on man's wrist
Olmypos Field watch and stingray

Originally released in 1961

The Zodiac Olympos was a highly distinctive watch, nicknamed the “manta” due to its unique manta ray shaped case. Today’s Field re-issue stays true to the watch’s heritage roots while updating the materials to suit modern trends and utility.

Olmypos Field watch with hiking gear



One of the most notable features distinguishing early field watches was the ability to stop the second hand when setting the time. Known as "hacking", this feature enabled soldiers to sync their watches precisely with obvious utility in coordinating battlefield operations

Olmypos Field watch details
Olmypos Field watch and sea animal

A vintage fan favorite, made
modern and practical

Featuring the iconic manta ray shaped case, the Olympos Field is another testament to the legacy of the visionary watchmakers of the past.