CWC RAF Quartz Pilots Chronograph - Bugzy Malone - Operation Fortune
The British "Cabot Watch Company", or CWC, has been provinding watches for the Royal Marines SBS, Royal Navy Divers, RAF Pilots Watches and General Service G10 watches.
This particular model is an updated version of the M.O.D. spec which was issued to the Royal Air Force in smaller quantities, also foreign and Commonwealth, which were marked BAF in the 1990s and early 2000s.
The CWC RAF Quartz Pilots Chronograph has a stainless steel matte case with fixed bars and a Swiss Ronda 5030 quartz movement (battery life 54 months). It's not rated waterproof (it will withstand splash but not immersing in water).
The black dial has three subdials (hours, minutes, seconds) and a date window at the 4 o'clock position. Tritium painted hands and markers will glow in the dark. The crown is recessed in the case and the pushers are oval shaped.
The watch comes supplied with 20mm grey CWC issue military (Nato style) strap, but we can't see in the image from the movie if the watch is worn on that strap.
This is not the first CWC sighting in a film: in Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation, a CWC stopwatch can clearly be spotted in Tom Cruise's hands.