Pair of MWC G10 GTLS watches 1 x Battery Hatch 50m model, 1 x 100m Model
This sale is for 2 x G10 watches as pictured below is a description of these particular watches and the issues which they have
We buy these watches from various defence auctions and other disposal sales and it's frequently the case that we find that there is actually nothing wrong with the watch but it has to be assumed it will have some form of fault though in most cases it's very minor or as described below. These watches are disposed of at low-cost because we find that one of the problems is pressure of time for our service staff in the UK and elsewhere and in most cases they have given them a quick check over and nothing is immediately apparent though we have to assume that there is either no real fault with the watch or something will reveal itself over time in which case it’s normally a simple case of a service, repair or battery exchange depending on the exact model.
Model: G10 - 2 Variants as below:
- 1 x G10 50m 2009 GTLS Battery Hatch Model - Not running may well be just a battery needed and a new crystal
- 1 x G10 100m Model 2011 - Model:G10SL/100 - Crystal Needed and probably just a battery although we did not have the opportunity to test him as they have gone straight from the auction to the packing center.
Condition: Issued / Used with new crystals you could make two good watches. We suspect these watches only need batteries but unable to actually test them as they are located at our packing and shipping center. As both of the watches are over 10 years old it seems reasonable to assume they would need batteries although the 100m model has a 10 year battery life it's now 11 years old and the other watch which has a 60 month battery life is 13 years old and the predecessor to the other watch.
Fault: Both watches need crystals
These watches are well worth repairing considering the repairs are straightforward and ideal for anyone with basic watchmaking skills. Also the 2009 model is now very rare as though the 2011 model is very similar to the current watch.