Through distribution centers in North America and Europe, Asia and Australia, MWC ships to customers worldwide.
If it’s good enough for the military, then it’s definitely good enough for them.
This is at least the feeling shared by the many customers of the Zurich company. military watch company or MWC, one of the leading manufacturers of high performance military watches.
Founded in 1974 by Swiss watchmaker and entrepreneur Wolfgang Obrigheimer, MWC is one of the world’s leading suppliers of rugged military-grade watches, not only for individual buyers and the military of several countries, but also for police forces, counter-terrorism units, airlines. , mining companies, transportation and salvage companies, and a wide variety of government agencies and departments. Currently, the company manufactures a wide range of models, many of which are produced under private label agreements and designed to specific customer requirements.
Since its founding nearly half a century ago, the company has expanded from its base in Zürich, Switzerland, to satellite offices, sales facilities and outlets in various countries across Asia. , Australia, North America and the wider European continent.
“MWC is clearly a good buy,” said J. Andersen, researcher and amateur watch collector. He apparently bought a piece that MWC confirmed was a limited edition. “I recently purchased an MKIII and it comes from an MWC distributor in Italy. The main benefit is the proven movements which are normally Ronda Swiss quartz or automatic, Sellita or Seiko NH35A.
With its proud history of watch manufacturing, MWC boasts of exemplary watches in terms of durability and reliability. The MWC brand values utility and function, and its products are renowned for being formidable, embodying exceptional quality and precision against heavy and intensive use. The company boasts of earning the trust of military and police forces, government offices and departments, aviation and maritime industries, and mining and shipping companies around the world. They have been contracted to supply military spec watches to special field groups and units that are subjected to extreme working conditions.
Despite this reputation, however, MWC watches are by no means considered utilitarian by many. “I’ve owned three, a G10 100m field watch with GTLS, a diver’s watch and a current model chronograph,” said outdoor enthusiast Gabby Simmelbauer. “I love how they look and will continue to wear them when traveling or casually for as long as I can.”
More information about Military Watch Company and its products can be found on its website at https://mwcwatches.com.