Military watches always seem to be popular. I've posted quite a few times about them.
I'm always surprised by what the Mil-W-46374B will sell for, considering it's essentially a disposable watch with a 7 jewel movement made by Standard Time, which Hamilton owned. Personally I wouldn't waste my money on them and instead I'd save it for a Mil-W-46374D which is FAR superior to the B version. The D variant is a little harder to find but you can always find a GG-W-113 for sale. The GG-W-113 used a Hamilton 649 movement and that same caliber was used by Hamilton in the 1980s for their "Field Watches". In Hamilton's catalog they started the Khaki line but you'll see the same models with LL Bean, Brookstone, or Ovis branding as well. They are all essentially the same.
You'll also see that LL Bean had a pocket watch version. I recently realized that Hamilton also made a Khaki pocket watch - I think they are much less common in the wild.
Like a lot of collectors, I seem to be a sucker for these field watches and I will make a run at pretty much everyone I see that isn't already priced out of my bottom-feeder range. I recently scored a Khaki pocket watch and I was excited to get it.
As received, the crystal was a bit beat up and my photo doesn't do it justice. I was glad to see the luminous material on the hands wasn't broken up, missing, or faded.