Cabot Watch Company (CWC)
CWC - OVER 47 YEARS OF MILITARY ISSUE TIMEPIECES
CWC has produced hundreds of thousands of military watches for British service personnel in peace time and conflict. Our timepieces have been worn by all branches of HM Forces.
Cabot Watch Company was established in 1972 purely to make military watches for the military.
The mechanical GS Navigator and the pilots' mechanical asymmetrical chronograph were quickly established as military issue to thousands of troops, RAF pilots, Navy pilots and navigators.
In 1980, CWC made the first quartz watch supplied to HM Forces, the G10 Quartz (nicknamed "Fatboy"), and in the same year won the contract for the watch that replaced the Rolex Milsub as the Royal Navy Divers' watch - the 1980 Royal Navy Diver Automatic, probably the rarest milsub to date.
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