Renowned for its military-grade builds, which have been supplied to many branches of the UK armed forces, CWC’s latest creation uses a 38mm satin matte 316L stainless steel case paired with a scratch-resistant domed sapphire crystal. Together, they house a clean and technical dial sporting a design reminiscent of a stopwatch, as well as SuperLuminova hands, and complete with a red crown to imitate a push button. Underneath the dial sits a Swiss-made ETA 955.102 quartz movement and a screw-down caseback, giving the timepiece water-resistance up to 100 meters. The watch will come with an 18mm grey NATO strap as well as another vintage canvas NATO strap in a color of your choosing.
For both the outdoorsmen or watch collectors out there, CWC’s Mission Impossible:Fallout stopwatch-inspired GS Sonar is now available over at the company’s website, retailing for £350 GBP, or roughly $460 USD. Head over to grab yours now.
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