BCM Releases… A Watch?

Nathan S
by Nathan S

I understand T-Shirts, hats, and small (and inexpensive) swag, but this one came out of left field. Bravo Company USA has announced the release of a watch, coined the “BCM Mk15 Tritium Watch”. Its truly “tacticool” using carbon fiber, tritium, and other fun materials.

As one might expect from Bravo Company, the watch is not inexpensive, clocking in (see what I did there?) at $595. For true BCM fanboys, its a veritable bargain to satisfy their daily tactical needs. I mean, how can it get more tactical than a tactical watch?*

*I am guilty of this one, as I picked up a Smith & Bradley 1st Edition Ambush because it had a front sight post built into the minute and hour hands. Its a Watch I have enjoyed.

Makes we wonder what non firearms component BCM will attach the brand to next. Shoes? Earrings?

Details from BCM:


  • Swiss Made Chronograph Movement
  • 13 Jewels / Gold Plated


  • Chronograph
  • Center Stop Second
  • 1/10 Seconds up to 30 Minutes
  • 30 Minute Counter
  • 10 Hour Counter
  • Add and Split Functions
  • Small Second
  • Date


  • Stainless Steel 316L PVD Brushed Black
  • Case size: 45mm x 52mm x 15mm
  • Anodized RED Screw in Crown


  • Stainless Steel 316L PVD Brushed Black
  • Bezel size: 45mm
  • Number and Markings are Laser Engraved
  • Unidirectional, Ratcheted

Case Back

  • Stainless Steel
  • Attachment: Screwed In
  • Laser Engraved: Gunfighter Edition, MK15 Mod 0, 000/2,500, Swiss Movement, 20ATM (660ft) Water Resistant, Stainless Steel, MB Microtech T25.


  • Real Carbon Fiber Dial with Enamel Coating

Bands (2)

  • 24mm Stainless Steel 316L PVD Brushed Black with Double-Locking Fold-Over Clasp
  • 24mm Rubber Divers Watch Band


  • Sapphire Scratch Resistant Crystal
  • 2 Layers of Anti Reflecting Coating Applied to the Inside of the Crystal


  • Including Steel Band: 232 grams
  • Including Rubber Divers Band: 128 grams

Water Resistant

  • 20ATM (200 meter / 656 feet)

Tritium Illumination

  • T25 Tritium Illumination
  • 15 Tritium Tubes for Incredible Illumination
  • Colors for Tritium is Green Except for the Number 12 which is Orange


  • Life: 4 Years
  • Model: 395

Watch Band Tool & Extra Pins

  • Red Anodized Multi Tool for Removal of Band and Links
  • Clear Bottle with Extra Watch Band Pins

Gun Case Watch Box

  • Injection Molded Glass Fiber Reinforced Case
  • Air Pressure Release Valve
  • Custom Die Cut Foam Insert
  • Rubber Non Slip Handle and Feet
  • Metal BCM® Engraved Plate on Lid of Watch Box

Limited Edition

  • Each Watch is Engraved Numbered as per the Limited Edition, 0/2500


  • 1 year from Date of Purchase
Nathan S
Nathan S

One of TFB's resident Jarheads, Nathan now works within the firearms industry. A consecutive Marine rifle and pistol expert, he enjoys local 3-gun, NFA, gunsmithing, MSR's, & high-speed gear. Nathan has traveled to over 30 countries working with US DoD & foreign MoDs.The above post is my opinion and does not reflect the views of any company or organization.

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  • Sam G Sam G on Nov 10, 2015

    When I was in the Army I had a Marathon general purpose tritium watch w/date. I think the DOD gets them for $60ish, but they are turned in and I believe they destroy them.
    Post service I bought this same watch from Topspecus for around $120 on sale.(Right now its $180)
    The band sucked then and now, so a quick trip to Brunton leather got me enough materials to make a band that isn't so bad. Used buffalo leather and removable soft deerskin.
    I looked at a lot of tritium watches and I love tritium, I have dozens of tritium tubes in all sorts of sizes and colors that I use here and there for projects. Most Tritium watched I looked at, had bezels the size of a pancake, or they were prohibitively expensive. Marathon watches are a very good bang for the buck. Certainly not as shiny as BCM's new watch, but both have their place.
    Some stuff BCM makes is nice, I'm sure this watch will be nice, but for me, I just needed a tritium watch that is rugged, and won't break my piggybank.

  • TomOakheart TomOakheart on Nov 11, 2015

    Do you OPERATE for a living? Then chances are you can't afford this watch.