Weiss Watch Company is a small American watch manufacturer based in Los Angeles, California. It was founded in 2013 by Cameron Weiss, who is a certified watchmaker by the Swiss WOSTEP (Watchmakers of Switzerland Training and Education Program) and had previously worked at Audemars Piguet and Vacheron Constantin.
Weiss watches are designed and assembled in the United States, and most of the components are also made in-house or sourced from American suppliers. The brand is known for its attention to detail and use of traditional watchmaking techniques, such as hand-finishing and decoration.
Some of the popular Weiss watch models include the Standard Issue Field Watch, the American Issue Field Watch, and the Limited Edition Commemorative Issue Field Watch. These watches are often inspired by military and vintage designs, and feature Swiss-made movements, sapphire crystals, and stainless steel cases.