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MWC hand wound mechanical 37mm watch-mint on heavy aftermarket strap-free ship

Discussion in '2011-2017 Other' started by Danl, Aug 16, 2012.

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  1. Danl

    Danl Active Member

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    Mint set-up on beautiful English leather strap ($45.00) plus original Nato strap.

    MWC description:

    MWC W10 1970s Hand Wound Mechanical Pattern

    Price: $159.00

    Product Code: MWC W10B

    This W10 was the predecessor to the quartz G10 models introduced in 1979 and still used by the armed forces of today. This model is a slightly updated version of the original 1960/70s model but retains a military specification hand wound movement. The watch is outwardly identical to the original models except that it now has a screw back for easier maintenance - earlier versions were serviced by removing the glass which made servicing impractical except by the manufacturer.

    The watch has a heavy stainless steel satin finsh case, it is very robust and tough and built to endure the most extreme of conditions, sweep second hand, black dial and luminous markings with fixed strap bars. This watch is shockproof and water resistant to 3 ATM. For details of water resistance ratings etc go to: MWC FAQ's

    Contract markings stamped on the rear of the case.
     
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