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Watches with real military heritage carry a special allure to them – something that has been recognised both by enthusiasts and collectors. There’s a reassuring authenticity about a tool watch designed for a specific purpose (look at the Marine Nationale’s input into the design of the Tudor FXD, for example), or a watch built to withstand the rigours of active employment.
As a result, these watches can garner significant demand, even for humbler quartz pieces by the likes of CWC, a brand that has produced watches for the British military for decades.
https://timeandtidewatches.com/british- ... e-watches/
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