Item code: 80034T

Note: Dispatch time 7-14 days from order.

New G10 with a new old stock Tritium dial fitted. The hands are Luminova. Tritium dials are collectable and this recreates the look of the issued G10 back in the 90s when Tritium was used on all our watches.

The dial has a faint glow as Tritium fades after 10 years or so but the hands being Luminova glow brightly when charged externally, which means this is still a useable nightime watch.

Cabot Watch Company G10.
In 1980, the first quartz watch issued to the British Forces was made by CWC. The old logo was used for a couple of years and was changed to the oval logo in 1982. The early G10s were nicknamed the Fatboy as the case was deeper than the current models due to earlier deeper movements. The G10 is still as rugged, reliable, accurate and dependable as it has always been.
Supplied on a grey CWC issue military strap as standard.

  • The definitive military watch, supplied to MOD over many years for issue to British servicemen.
  • Clear, precise, durable timepiece.
  • Tritium light source. Luminova hands
  • Acrylic glass.
  • Water resistant to 5 ATM.
  • Battery hatch for ease of replacement. 
  • 38mm case incl. crown, 36.5mm without crown
  • First issued 1980 with thousands in service.
  • Swiss-made using Swiss parts to British military specification.
  • Quartz ETA 955.102 movement.
  • Fixed bars, supplied with CWC issue military strap. Please advise if you prefer a different colour.
  • Cabot Watch Company supplied the G10 from 1980 and was contracted by the MoD until recent times. A conservative figure of over 200,000 G10 watches have been produced for the military, based on 10,000 per year over a 28 year period. 22,000 were supplied to the Royal Navy in 1991.

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