SIG Sauer Academy

DSEI – Mileata Watches

Waterproof rated to 500m, Mileata watches offer a sapphire crystal combined with a Miyota 9015 movement and BGW9 Lume dial. The watch itself is PVD coated and 42mm wide by 15mm high and 51mm long.


Mileata Military Watches are offered in M1 (Black) and M2 (OD shown).


4 Responses to “DSEI – Mileata Watches”

  1. Riceball says:

    I have a question for everyone here, anybody who served/is serving actually been issued a watch, esp. these simpler “military/GI” watches? Every time I see one of these types of watches being advertised in a catalog as military issue I always wonder, just who are getting issued these watches, because, when I joined the Corps (granted as a Reservist) I was never issued a watch. I didn’t get one before, during, or anytime after boot camp and certainly didn’t get one once I joined my unit, of course, being a Reservist I might not have qualified for one and they only handed them out to active duty folk.

    • Sommerbiwak says:

      I only know of pilots and other aircrew being issued watches.

      • Jon C. says:

        Back in the day, USMC officers used to get an issued watch, Val-Pac, and foot locker.

        Although they may not be issued widely, watches like the Marathon TSAR are procured by the military. Where they go from there, I dunno.

  2. Jeff S says:

    Irish watch with Japanese movement… Interesting. I think it’s the same movement used in some Maratac watches.