The "W10" - issued from 1976 to 1980 to all the branches of the British military.
The "G10" - issued from 1980 to 2006, and the first quartz watch to be issued to the British military.
So-called because they were issued as navigational equipment, this is the "G10" with a date window, first issued in 1980 and then sporadically in both lume and non-lume versions (for use in nuclear submarines).
Issued as an automatic in 1980 and 1981 (and maybe 1982...) and as a quartz from 1983 until 2000.
Designed to the spec of the SBS in 1987 with a day and a date window, and issued from 1988 until the present day.
An unusual dive watch - and not actually a CWC.
One of the 'Fab Four" chronographs issued in the 70s and early 80s , based on the handwound Valjoux 7733.
The watch which lost out to the Seiko Gen 1 for the next general issue chronograph.
Best known for being issued by the Bangladesh Air Force in the late 90s and early 00s.
One for the nerds - a wide variety of different mechanical stopwatches and pocket watches, and even aircraft timers.
Yes, CWC supplied clocks to the British armed forces too.