Noted over at Watchville. They're posted over on UniformWares.com. 37 and 40mm sizes, no dates showing but that's just as well, cuz they're using a SMALL movement. F03.401. 17.2mm. With ETA F-series, the number before the dot relates to size. ETA web site does show this as a PreciDrive movement, so supposed to be good to QCOSC, 25 SPY.
Also, it turns out that ETA is phasing out ALL the existing basic Precidrive movements. They came out with what they call Heavydrive, which is a feature relating to handling hand weights and shocks and whatnot. There's a blurb from ETA online. But all the .401 (3 hand, no date) and 411 (3 hand, date) movements are being replaced with 402/412s with the Heavydrive.
In addition, there's a 42mm chronograph with a 251.474 variant. They don't note the variant but do claim 10 SPY.