Military Industries Remake of the mid 1980s Pattern MIL-W-46374C U.S Pattern Military Watch in Olive Drab - Will Probably Need a new Battery - Save 50%

£59.95 £29.95 29.95


We discovered during a stock check that we had a box of these watches in storage at our US fulfilment centre which arrived with various other items but were missed and not registered on the system at the time of delivery, the battery life of the watches is normally three years (sometimes a bit more) so this means the battery would need replacing. Having said that replacing the battery is a simple task and on average costs $7 or to have it done professionally, it's easy enough to do it yourself if you know the procedure see these watches are all brand-new and in perfect condition still with the plastic protectors on the face and caseback because they were in a sealed box as received from the factory.
They are reduced to under half price because it simply isn't practical for them to be returned back to one of our offices for the batteries to be changed or to be sent to the factory because by the time we have factored in the shipping costs back and forth it would not be worthwhile. As a result, they are a bargain at over 50% off.

Model: MIL/46374/G

Condition: Brand New 

Fault: Watches are 3 Years Old So Would Likely Need a New Battery

This watch is based on the MIL-W-46374C, the specification was originally published on April 15th 1983, the original watches are now very rare but this is visually almost indistinguishable from the originals.  The original watches were plastic but these are upgraded to all-metal metal construction to increase durability.

The watch is available in both olive drab and matt black cased variants both are supplied on a US pattern webbing strap of the same pattern as was used at the time these watches were issued in the 1980s. The watches measure 39mm x 40mm which is the same as the 1980s model, these dimensions make them closer to current watch sizes than some of the older and smaller MIL-W-46374 watches previously issued.

These watches are currently very popular because they were the first model to move from the typical older pattern watches used in the 1960s, '70s and early 80's to the larger more modern watches which are still in use today, interestingly you can see that many current models from various other manufacturers such as Traser with the P5900 tend to retain design cues that link directly back to these models from almost half a century ago. An original watch from 1985 can be seen in the final image. 


  • Diameter 39mm
  • Lug to Lug 39mm
  • Crystal Diameter 30mm
  • Luminous Material: Luminova
  • Quartz Movement
  • Hardened Mineral Crystal
  • Thickness 8.5mm
  • Weight: 42g
  • Strap: 18mm U.S Pattern Military Webbing Strap