Good day to all. I want to introduce you to my next purchase. Watch MWC, made by the British standard G10. This is my second watch from this company. The first were MWI.
I like the watch made in the army style. In this case, I deliberately chose a model with a quartz mechanism, since it gives you the opportunity to forget about any maintenance for a long time of operation and there is no need to constantly check the accuracy and be upset by the floating accuracy of the mechanics (Seiko NH35, as in my other watches).
And now the acquaintance is closer. The case is made of steel and sandblasted. From this, it looks like a light, rough stone. Unusually, but small scratches will not be visible and does not give glare. Case dimensions 40x42x13x46mm. The rectangular shape of the case under the belt is very convenient. This will allow you to change the belts as you like. The size of the belt is 20mm. Included are two NATO straps - black and khaki colors. The strap studs are threaded. Glass convex, thick, sapphire. Glass checked by a tester. Head on a matte color thread. The manufacturer claims 300m. water protection and positioning itself (according to the site), as the only manufacturer of watches of this format with such water protection. There is no reason not to believe this, because European office and for the obvious lie "can get in the neck." The back cover is screwed on and there is also information on the origin, number and water protection. The movement in this watch RONDA 715 with a battery for 10 years. The dial is black with large Arabic numerals. The light composition on the hands and the dial is super-luminous. There is a date window, the name MWC, L in a circle indicating the lum, and an arrow indicating that the watch is made for use in the English army or for the needs of public services. Packaging - metal case and all this - in the corrugated box. Summing up, I can say that the watch is definitely interesting for those who are not indifferent to breathing different military things. For military personnel, rescuers, representatives of various "heroic" and "near heroic" professions, hunters and fishermen. And if you consider that they are going to Germany with a Swiss movement - so all the beauty!