Jack Mason F102 Field Collection Leather Watch

Rugged elegance.

The Jack Mason F102 Field Collection Leather Watch makes a bold statement without stooping to any flashy or gimmicky tactics thanks to a sleek stainless steel case and classic Italian leather band. Contrast stitching brings out the richness of the leather band, and the strap is easily interchangeable so you can switch up your style with another band (sold separately). The second hand is also adorned with a subtle splash of red, white, and blue as an homage to the American flag.

  • Rugged and refined watch inspired by adventure
  • Stainless steel case is sleek and bold
  • Italian leather band offers comfy fit and classic look
  • Multiple subdials for versatile function
  • Super Luminova markings increase visibility
  • Reviews
  • Q & A

Awesome field watch

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

Another great watch from Jack Mason. From their Field collection, the crown guard adds an element of elevated design and functionality for the watch. Awesome case back graphic of mountain range & pickaxe! Love how easy it is to change out straps from leather to nato.

Love the watch, instructions a nightmare

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

First off, this watch is gorgeous and I love it.
The picture and description are a bit misleading, as I'd hoped, and the face isn't as large as it looks and sounds (42 mm, or just under 2 inches.)
For a watch strap, the leather is surprisingly thick and inflexible. It took a month to get to the point where it isn't a hassle buckling or unbuckling it.
Also, it's a chronometer, so the second hand is one of the three smaller faces, and the full-size second hand is the stopwatch hand, which is a bit confusing at first.

The really big problem though is with the instructions. Jack Mason is paperless, and includes a URL to access the instructions online. But, the URL is a broken link and doesn't even reach the brand's website, or any website at all. I had to google the brand name to find the website, then go back and google instructions for the watch, because navigating the poorly-designed website is nearly impossible.
You wouldn't think instructions would be so big an issue with a watch, but the adjustment dial is far from intuitive. The watch deserves a 5-star rating, because this is a watch people should have, but the Jack Mason brand deserves nothing better than a 3.