CWC Stopwatch - Tom Cruise - Mission Impossible - Fallout
Cruise, as Ethan Hunt, holds the CWC timepiece in his hand and the stopwatch gets a good close-up in the film, showing the details like the white dial, red button, red subdial and black and yellow hands.
This particular stopwatch is not available anymore, as CWC stopped producing stopwatches, and they also don't do custom orders for stopwatches anymore.
You can find lots of vintage CWC stopwatches on eBay.
CWC has been making stopwatches for military and commercial use since the 1970s, and every news room in Britain used CWC or similar mechanical stopwatches and probably many are still in use. Hundreds were supplied to the BBC and ITV. together with CWC mechanical chronographs for reporters.
British watchmaker CWC (Cabot Watch Company, a reference to 15th-century Italian navigator and explorer Giovanni Caboto) is known for providing watches to the British military.
This stopwatch is one of the few sightings of the CWC brand in a film.
The company released a GS Sonar watch (£350 / $460), inspired by the stopwatch used in Mission Impossible - Fallout, featuring a red crown and white dial with similar markings as the stopwatch. The watch is still mentioned on the website but currently (2023) not available.