ETA 2836-2, power reserve 38h, 28’800 v.p.h,
25 jewels, 1 ball bearing
Stainless steel, screw down case back, screws-locked crown
Scratch-resistant, anti-reflective sapphire crystal
∅ 42 mm / 11.70 mm
Light silver or black with runic ornamentation
STRAP & CLASP
Stainless steel, folding clasp
Hour, minute, second, date
Thanks. This is a bespoke watch commissioned by a group of Harrier ground and flight crew. There were 150 made. I am not a member of the group, but when I found out CW had one left for sale a couple of months ago I snatched it up as I served in the Royal Marines during the Falklands War and the Harriers were our protectors in the sky.
Here is the CW blog that talks about this each.
Great background! Never seen this CW watch before but looks great. Was it a limited edition?
I really love the blue dial on this C65. It's a shame they still don't make it.
I noticed you have an XT-2. I am considering an XT-20 but still sticking with my Sony A6000. As a an enthusiast photographer, I really like that EXIF info as well.
I will create a new thread in the forum specific to the Gallery. As you can see, I already added a CW category and will do the same with Hamilton.
Thanks Frank. I thought I would test how easy it is to post images. It seems like an album for each particular brand might be good for people searching for specific watches. An album for Omega, CW, Rolex, Seiko etc.
Creating the Hamilton album and posting the image was intuitive and easy.
It was interesting to see how much exif data it shows on the image.