CWC 'Fat Boy' c.1982

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The Watch
Here we have a Original CWC 'Fat Boy'.


The 1980 to 1982 watches are often referred to as 'fatboy' due to the depth of case needed to accommodate the ESA 536.121 movement.


The quartz "G10"  was the first quartz watch supplied to the British military, with the name coming from the form G1033 that had to be filled in in order to be given one. 


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The Specs

Age: c.1982
Reference: G10 Fat Boy.
Movement: Quartz with Hacking Centre Seconds.
Calibre: ESA 536.121
Timekeeping: Very good.
Service History: Unknown, New Battery Fitted May 2024.
Dial: Original MoD Spec CWC Dial.
Case: Stainless Steel.
Measurements: without/with Crown: 36.6mm/38.5mm End to End: 40.8mm
Bezel: Solid.
Water Resistant?: No.
Hands: Original.
Crystal: Acrylic crystal.
Crown: Correct Original unsigned Crown.
Strap/Bracelet: On a New Bond Style NATO Strap with Steel Fixtures.
Lug Width: 19mm

Getting Acquainted

Bits that stand out:
-3rd year of production.
- Fantastic Investment.
-Crisp Military markings to the back.

Nitty Gritty:
-Original Crown has Dings and Scratches.
-Wear to the Case.

Overall the Fatty is in very nice Vintage condition. 
The Dial is in fantastic order, the original lume is a superb colour.
Brushed Steel Case is in good nick, it has some scratches and wear.
Caseback markings are very nice.
Original Crown.
Crystal in good shape.
Hands are in good shape.
Photographed on a 7in wrist.