It's readily available. Finally. Now I can stop talking about Timex's new oversized Camper. Since it graced the pages of GQ a few months back it seemed like this was the only watch people in the blogosphere wanted to talk about - I will take some of the blame on this one. And you know what? I get the commotion. The original Camper was a great looking field watch that was cheap as hell. You could even jazz it up with whatever Nato style strap you wanted. The only issue, if there was one, was that it was really small - definitely too small for anyone looking for a watch with a little heft. I tried the new oversized Camper on last weekend and I was underwhelmed. The new 42mm face is a nice size and the band is now 20mm wide, which is preferable to the original's 18mm. I can dig it for the most part, but wasn't compelled to drop a Ulysses on it. I guess I bought into the buzz myself and raised the bar a little too high. At the end of the day the oversized Camper is a classic field watch on steroids. Nothing less, nothing more. Take that for what it's worth. Maybe it's exactly what you're in the market for. Will the buzz die down? I guess that depends on how well these sell.