CWC Quartz Divers Watch Mk.2 SBS No Date, Black (SF300 QS120)

Item code: 80030

Note: If ordering this watch, please allow one extra working day for dispatch.
You can also order this watch as a Destro (crown at 9). Please select the option from the drop-down.

This is for customers who prefer the non-date dial; otherwise it is exactly the same as the issue SBS watch.

  • Cabot Watch Company SBS divers' watch has been made to exacting MOD specs
  • Made and assembled in Switzerland
  • Water-resistant to 300m
  • Screw down crown
  • Screw down caseback
  • Used by Royal Marines SBS and other specialist diving units.
  • Sapphire glass, diameter 31mm
  • 120-click bezel diameter 40mm
  • Black PVD casing
  • 45mm diameter including crown (41mm excluding crown), 47mm lug to lug, 20mm lug width, Bezel diameter 40mm, Crystal diameter 31mm
  • Super Luminova markings
  • Ronda Swiss made 517 movement
  • Fixed bars, 20mm black strap supplied as standard
  • Three year warranty
  • Cabot Watch Company have supplied this watch to the Special Boat Service of the Royal Navy since 1987 and is currently issued to certain units

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Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
Darren Ford
SBS Destro

Nice watch delivered quickly, it was my second CWC purchase so I knew what to expect

Brian Gwynn

Comfortable and not overly heavy. Cant tell it is on.

Simon Ogden
Just excellent

24 hours, that's the time it took from placing the order to getting the watch on my wrist.
The watch was preset on the second in my local TZ....

Another fantastic CWC diver!

I consider myself an enthusiast, and have about a dozen different watches in my collection, ranging from a $90 G-shock to a $17k Rolex. Lately I've been focused on finding simple pieces with history and heritage, and discovering the actual watch issued to the Special Boat Services (which in my mind is a British version of our Navy SEALs, likely sporting cigars and heavy mustaches) was a real treat. Oddly enough, I stumbled across CWC after watching The Meg 2 (Jason Statham wears one in the movie, and there are a couple close-ups of the watch), and I had a good time researching the history of the company and looking over the catalogue before my first purchase. Finding a quartz watch with build quality this high is not easy, and having a no-date option is just icing on the cake. Sure, at approx $830 USD including shipping it may not be a superb value, but I figure there's an understandable premium because it's an authentic 'same as military-issued' piece. Pricing aside, it's hard to find much to dislike about the watch itself; the lume is outstanding, the case coating looks great, sizing is spot-on, the crown screws down buttery smooth, and the design is simple, classic, and perfect. I even received my watch set to-the-second for my home time zone halfway across the world, which tells me that somebody at CWC cares about their customers enough to look out for the little things. Like I mentioned before, finding a high-quality quartz watch that actually feels like a Swiss-made piece in the hand is not that easy nowadays; some quartz alternatives to consider depending on budget might be: the Seiko SNJ025 "Arnie" reissue, Scurfa D1-500, Marathon Navigator, or an Omega Seamaster 2264.50.

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