If you are someone who likes being official yet fashionable but simply then there is no better way to do so than adding a timepiece to your outfit. It not only helps you accessorize your outfit effortlessly but also combines that sophisticated and straightforward yet classy look. Nonetheless, there are so many categories of watches with the most popular ones being the dive, pilot, and chronographs. People tend to forget the ones in the field category, and that is what makes it even better as you have the opportunity to stand out.
There are many companies which deal in the manufacture of field watches which may make it difficult for buyers and watch lovers to make a selection, but none does it like the CWC Military watches. The company has been around for more than three decades now which assures you that it has more than enough experience to give you high-quality watches. Thanks to being on the market for long, the company has manufactured a diverse array of beautiful timepieces, and that is why we have put together a list of the top five CWC military watches ever made to help you settle for the best only.
1. CWC SBS
The CWC SBS watch is quite vintage which makes it even better as it offers that edgy look. It has a polished finish and stainless steel case with an acrylic crystal. You can quickly set it to the time you want to the mechanical hand wind, and it has dimensions of 40mmX13mmX46mm which means it covers your wrist perfect. When it comes to the straps, you are spoilt for choice because you can either chose between the grey or black ones which have a James Bond Pattern or you can either settle for a khaki one which has the US military pattern. Although it's a bit pricey and lies at a price range of 1750 Euros and above it is high quality and durable as it comes with three years of warranty.
2. 1973 CWC Broad Arrow NATO
Another great CWC watch is the 1973 broad arrow NATO which boasts an oval shape and comes with a silver color. It fits a price range of 425 Euros or more depending on where you purchase it from and is a perfect fit for a man which boasts quartz movement. It is a military watch, and the strap is made out of canvas material which goes on to add it points as you can be sure it is durable. Also, it is water resistant and has an analog display hence giving it that vintage look which is perfect as it never goes out of style.
3. Genuine Navy CWC W10 1998 FWC
With its black face color and grey strap, you can easily pair this watch with anything in your closet. Apart from being fashionable it also boasts some quality specs. For instance, it has a quartz movement, and the case material is stainless steel hence durability is a guarantee. It has a matte finish and a grey case color. As part of the name suggests, it was manufactured in 1998, and it is still going strong. Hence that acts as an assurance of its quality. It has a round shape and an analog display. It is a perfect fit for men and retails at an average price of 225 Euros.
4. British Forces CWC Military watch 1991
It boasts a military style and has all black everything from the face, case, and even the strap color. It has a perfect battery compartment, and you can easily replace it when the present one is no longer functioning. Being a CWC Military watch, you can expect nothing but excellent performance, accuracy, and durability. The numbers are crisp white so they can blend in with the black face color of the watch and its average price is 125 Euros.
5. Authentic CWC G10 General Service
With dimensions of 38mmX42mmX18mm and a thickness of ten millimeters, the G10 is quite a catch. It has a domed acrylic glass and is quartz operated. The case is stainless steel, and the straps come in black, grey colors which are perfect as it can blend in with any outfit perfectly. Its size too is compact something that adds a touch of simplicity to it. Like many other CWC watches it is quite accurate and has a Ronda 715 movement. The price of authentic CWC G10 general services ranges from 160 euros and above depending on where you make a purchase.
Written by Garrett Parker
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