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Army Cadets Partner With CWC To Launch New Watch

The ACF watch, which retails for £250, is now available to pre-order with a £50 deposit. Delivery takes approximately 6 months from launch.

Army Cadets Partner With CWC To Launch New Watch

30 September 2021

  • National

We are delighted to partner with CWC to launch the ACF Special Edition Service Watch which retails for £250.

10% of the sale price on each watch is being donated to Army Cadet Charitable Trust (ACCT). This donation will be managed and ring-fenced by ACCT UK to provide financial assistance to underprivileged Cadets embarking on their Duke of Edinburgh Award syllabus. When you buy this very special watch, you will be directly helping a young Cadet make a positive change to their lives.

A £50 deposit secures the very special watch, with the remaining £200 payable once the watch has been received by CWC. For more information and to pre-order your watch today, click here.

The M.O.D. Official Licenced ACF GS watch will feature on the dial -

TO INSPIRE TO ACHIEVE and the ACF insignia at 6 and insignia engraved on the case back. The ACF GS watch has a Swiss-made 5-jewel movement for highly accurate timekeeping, acrylic non-shatter glass, SuperLuminova hands and markers, is water-resistant to 5ATM and has a stainless steel case and fixed strap bars to take the specially made ACF NATO strap.

"We at CWC were delighted when Col Pat Wellington MBE ACF approached us to collaborate and produce a watch. Col Pat is a lifelong CWC fan and felt that the ACF needed a CWC watch!

We are also very excited that 10% of the sale of the watches will go directly to the Army Cadet Charitable Trust to be ring-fenced for the Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme, helping disadvantaged Cadets achieve these qualifications and help make a positive difference to their lives."

Anyone wishing to pre-order a watch will be required to place a £50 deposit. For more information and to pre-order one of the CWC Army Cadet watches, click here.

About CWC

CWC supplies watches and NATO straps to British Forces. Now approaching 50 years, CWC are extremely proud of our history and heritage that extends back to the 1970s when the first CWC GS watches were issued to British Forces.

CWC has produced many military watches over the last 50 years for British service personnel in peace time and conflict. Our timepieces have been worn by all branches of HM Forces. and certain models are currently in service.