Speidel Scrub Watch

Why is this one called a “scrub watch”? Because it was designed to match your scrubs! While not every possible scrubs color could be represented, Speidel does a good job of covering a few common shades: blue, pink, teal, and white. If none of those work for you, it also comes in a metal band. […]

Last updateJune 15, 2018
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Speidel Scrub Watch

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Why is this one called a “scrub watch”? Because it was designed to match your scrubs! While not every possible scrubs color could be represented, Speidel does a good job of covering a few common shades: blue, pink, teal, and white. If none of those work for you, it also comes in a metal band.

But that’s not all this watch has going for it.

Great face design

Our favorite feature of this watch is how clear it is to read. The second hand is bright red. Since that’s the hand you’re looking for when taking vitals, it’s a real plus that it’s so easy to see.

The numbers on the face are large, black, and clear. In addition to the military hours (13 through 24), this watch also shows the numbers for minutes and seconds (five through 60 in increments of five).

Silicone Band

This is another watch that sports a silicone band. Wiping this down with alcohol at the end of your shift will keep it clean and won’t damage the strap. The strap adjusts to fit a range of wrists from 6.7” to 8.3”.

Expert Tip: A good and snug — but not tight — fit is important to keeping your watch comfortable and from snagging on equipment.

Overall the Speidel is a great choice. While it boasts the necessary water resistance, it is a little bit pricier than other watches on our list, but well worth the investment.

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