CWC G10 Fat Boy (1980)

£ 695

Only 1 piece in stock!

This is a very nice example of the first generation of quartz watches supplied to the British Military. It was supplied by The Cabot Watch Company (CWC), which was established in 1972 specifically to supply watches to the British military. The G10 General Service wristwatch was intended to be a general purpose timepiece and was widely issued to all branches of the British Military.

This first generation of G10 is characterised by a thicker case compared with later generations, hence the nickname "Fat boy". The case back has the Nato stores number for this type of watch engraved, along with the individual identifier for this specific watch (6436) and the issue year (80, i.e. 1980).

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These watches are a good size and robustly made in a two piece, satin finished stainless steel case. The movement has been serviced and is working excellently and keeping very good time, as one would expect from a quartz mechanism. The case has been cleaned, but as with all out vintage watches we have left it unpolished. The crystal has been polished and the watch has been fitted with a Nato one-piece nylon strap. The watch comes with our standard 12 month guarantee.

Case diameter: 35mm
Case material: stainless steel
Strap width: 18mm
Time keeping: grade A

Please remember we are a small business and during busy sales periods such as Black Friday, our team is working beyond capacity.

We'll work really hard to get your order shipped out to you as quickly as possible, we aim to have every Black Friday order shipped by 9th December but please be patient if you need to contact us about your order as we are dealing with a very high volume of messages.

We aim to dispatch all orders placed before 12pm (GMT), on the same day working day. Where this isn't possible, we will try to inform you via email.

When your order is dispatched you will be emailed the tracking details.

Please allow extra processing time for watches with a customised engraving or strap, during busy sales periods this can take an extra 5-10 working days.

If you are in a hurry for your watch, please email us.

Shipping guide for watches:

UK: FREE next working day delivery with DPD
United States & Canada: FREE Fedex shipping, 1-3 working days
The EU: FREE DHL Express shipping, 1-3 working days

 

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Straps and t-shirts (unless purchased with a watch): 

Free Royal Mail 1st Class / International tracked shipping, 2-14 working days depending on location. You can see a more accurate timescale when you input your address at the checkout.

Please note, during busy sale periods dispatch may take a little longer (this is quite rare). These delivery times are a guide based on the carriers terms of service, products may, in some unusual cases take longer to arrive. If this happens, please get in touch. 

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