A Closer Look At The Christopher Ward Calibre SH21 mens watch under 500


A Closer Look At The Christopher Ward Calibre SH21 Watch Releases

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Back in 2014, Christopher Ward broke into the world of in-house movement manufacturing with the introduction of the Calibre SH21. As an unexpected move to witness from a young, independent brand, industry experts were curious, surprised, and in many ways, thrilled to see this kind of dedication from Christopher Ward. Since then, the British brand has released a handful of attractive watches that utilize the the SH21 – like the the Christopher Ward C1 Grand Malvern Power Reserve. Today, Ball Watches Rubber Strap Replica continues to push the limits of their very own in-house movement and now aim to find new ways to build upon the SH21 as a base movement to be used in newer and more feature-packed timepieces.

A Closer Look At The Christopher Ward Calibre SH21 Watch Releases

The story of the Calibre SH21 can be traced back to late 2009, when Christopher Ward’s master watchmaker, Johannes Jahnke, began the long process that would eventually end with the first in-house Christopher Ward movement. Another important step in the process was the merger with Synergies Horlogères, a partner crucial to the execution and development of the SH21. After four years of hard work, trials, failures, and successes, the Calibre SH21 was revealed to the watchmaking world in July of 2014.

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The Ball Watches Glasgow Replica C1 Grand Malvern Jumping Hour shares exactly the exact same restrained 40.5mm stainless steel case by the flagship C1 Grand Malvern Power Reserve, with a polished bezel and drag tops along with a brushed case band, giving it the appearance of a well-proportioned apparel watch. Like another Malvern watches, the Jumping Hour has a 30m water-resistance evaluation along with a twin-flag motif on the crown.Under the dial, the Christopher Ward C1 Jumping Hour stocks an identical beating heart to its predecessor, the C9 Harrison. The ETA 2824-2 foundation of the predecessor was replaced by a Sellita SW200-1, and it is a well-known substitute for the ETA and more popular given the fast declining supply of ETA moves to non-Swatch manufactures. On top of this robust, workhorse motion is the JJ01 module, developed in-house. The modular path makes sense over developing a new movement from the ground up given that among their brand’s goals is to keep prices affordable.The watch is given in three dial colours; blue, black, and white, with the latter having a domed opaline finish, using sunray finishes on the other two. There’s no seconds hand but the second hand is simple and clean and polished or blued (determined by dial shade). It’s identifiable as a Malvern using the dial the case and finishing the apparel watch aesthetic. The window for the jumping hour is at 12 o’clock and contains sloping edges that echo the design of their date windows on other Malvern lines. This is a neat bit and the attention to detail is appreciated.

The Christopher Ward Calibre SH21

The Christopher Ward Calibre SH21 was also a response to the waning supply of third party movements, particularly at the hands of the Swatch Group’s reduced distribution to competitors. Though this is due to have an effect all the way through 2020 (and beyond), Christopher Ward takes pride in seeing this as an issue early on and investing heavily in the research and development of a movement that would facilitate true independence. It was clearly a worth-while effort and now, Christopher Ward is now in a position to license its design out to other brands, and help create some new competition in the watch industry.

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Christopher Ward’s master watchmaker, Johannes Jahnke

Industry shake-ups aside, the Christopher Ward Calibre SH21 is quite special for the brand. Consisting of 164 parts, it features an in-series twin barrel system that allows for 120 hours of power reserve, which is something that often comes at a huge premium from other brands. It operates at 4Hz (28,800bph) but the movement’s crowning feature is of course, its timekeeping. All Christopher Ward Calibre SH21 movements are COSC certified, making them the perfect base movement for new and compelling in-house releases and innovations.

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Although the Calibre SH21 can be seen as a huge accomplishment, Ball Watches Replica Replica still has their sights set on the future. In-house movement production is a big move for any brand but it’s important to keep moving. Now, Christopher Ward is eager to take things to the next level with the Calibre SH21 at their side as a base movement in order to bring new, mechanically interesting, and value-driven timepieces to watch enthusiasts everywhere. As the the first commercially viable movement from a British watch brand in 50 years, this movement is sure to stand as a crucial point in the brand’s history and a catalyst that’ll spark new growth and competition in the watch industry. christopherward.com 

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Christopher Ward C60 Trident Day Date COSC Watch Review Wrist Time Reviews

Since the introduction of their earliest watches back in 2005, Ball Watch Klcc Replica has been making great strides to offer diversity, function, and quality in the products they produce. At the very core of their line-up is the Trident collection, a family of watches that has grown to include a seemingly never-ending selection of divers, GMTs, and chronograph watches. Quite frankly, it’s a bit nauseating to really try and keep up but at least, in my mind, the Trident will always be a dive watch and one that has really gone the distance for Christopher Ward. This summer, the brand introduced the Christopher Ward C60 Trident Day Date COSC, a limited edition diver that’s about as back-to-basics as you can get when considering some of the recent models in Christopher Ward’s catalog. But, with 2017 pretty much standing as the undisputed year of the dive watch, should you really care all that much?

Christopher Ward C60 Trident Day Date COSC Watch Review Wrist Time Reviews

Christopher Ward C60 Trident Day Date COSC Watch Review Wrist Time Reviews

Right now, most of you are probably casually making your way through this review without giving it much thought. Some of you might just be skipping through it, maybe glancing at the photos and not even reading this part. You might not even know how you got here – the internet is a weird place, I get it. But, a lot of you (I know you’re out there) can’t wait to tell us about how much you despise the new Christopher Ward logo and you might even have some of your best memes locked and loaded for the comments section. Well, fear not. We’ll get to that in a bit but for now, I have to say that overall, I’ve enjoyed my time with the Christopher Ward C60 Trident Day Date COSC and think there’s a whole lot of value to consider here.

Christopher Ward C60 Trident Day Date COSC Watch Review Wrist Time Reviews

On paper, the Ball Watches Uk Stockists Replica C60 Trident Day Date COSC might be the first watch from the brand that really piqued my interest. Previously, I had found it difficult to move past some of the brand’s aesthetic choices, but most of the watch’s design elements actually sat well with me. Not to mention, the watch is hefty, honestly well-constructed, and pulls off a cool balancing act of serving its wearer as a fun tool watch and a dressy diver. Much of this is due to the bracelet and case construction, which we’ll get into now.

Christopher Ward C60 Trident Day Date COSC Watch Review Wrist Time Reviews

Christopher Ward C60 Trident Day Date COSC Watch Review Wrist Time Reviews

Case

At 43mm wide, the Christopher Ward C60 Trident Day Date COSC’s 316L stainless steel case is pretty much at my limit in terms of size – unless we’re talking about something like a Panerai Luminor 1950 3 Days, which I’d totally wear given the chance. It’s both brushed and polished with an interesting flare to the lugs that curve down and make the case size manageable. While the bezel – with its zirconia ceramic insert – doesn’t exactly protrude beyond the case extremities, I found it a pleasure to operate and I’m actually grateful for this design choice. Each progressive and tactile “click!” is as delightful as the next one in its 120-click sequence, which is something I’ve been quite critical of in my watches lately.

Christopher Ward C60 Trident Day Date COSC Watch Review Wrist Time Reviews

Christopher Ward C60 Trident Day Date COSC Watch Review Wrist Time Reviews

There is still some time left to take advantage of Christopher Ward’s Mega Weekend sale. For a limited time, the British watch manufacturer is offering 15 percent off all purchases via their online shop once you use the code MEGA15 at checkout. As among the very first watch companies to fully embrace a direct-to-consumer E-commerce model, Christopher Ward is proud to support a quality shopping experience and great savings in this holiday weekend.So, if you have been waiting for the ideal moment to pick a Christopher Ward watch which has caught your attention, this might be the best time. Presently, the offer excludes pre-order and clearance items. To find out more, make certain to go to Christopher Ward’s official site and revel in the savings while this deal is still dwell. Sponsored Posts are a form of advertising which enables sponsors to discuss valuable information, messages, and offers to aBlogtoWatch readers in a way traditional screen advertising is often not best suited to. All of Sponsored Posts are subject to editorial guidelines with the intention that they provide readers useful information, promotions, or stories. The viewpoints and opinions expressed in Sponsored Posts are those of the advertiser and not necessarily those of aBlogtoWatch or its writers.British brand Christopher Ward recently established a limited-edition pilot chronograph. It’s not only any run-of-the-mill chronograph, however, but a hand-wound monopusher chronograph, also in authentic Christopher Ward fashion, they have managed to do it for a price point which will make you look twice, for the right reasons.

Water resistance is 600m and I’m finding this more and more comical after witnessing how crazy far some brands are taking this whole water resistance thing to. Nevertheless, it’s a comforting sign of durability in our watches, whether we like to admit it or not. At 104g, you really do feel it on your wrist but thankfully, the watch is balanced enough that I could wear it for long periods without feeling any strain. The caseback was also neat, with a deep trident engraving that would often leave an impression at the top of my wrist. Maybe I wear my watches too tight? Finally, Christopher Ward tops it off with a flat sapphire crystal that has at least a single application of AR-coating and a nice red accent at the 12 o’clock bezel pip. I wasn’t brave enough to seriously abuse the scratch resistance of both the bezel and the crystal, but I’m sure they’ll perform favorably under tough conditions.

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Dial

Here we go… All things considered, I actually found the dial of the Ball Watches Straps Replica C60 Trident Day Date COSC to be more legible than I initially anticipated. Brightly polished, thin baton hour markers on a white dial with semi-polished hands sounds like a recipe for disaster. But, I didn’t find myself having too much difficulty quickly reading the time. My favorite part of the dial has to be the guilloche wave pattern. This kind of flowery, flashy finishing isn’t usually something I care for in watches living under “tool” umbrella but I found the execution subtle enough that it was pleasing each time it managed to catch my eye. It also took me a while to warm up to the Christopher Ward handset overall – a spinning trident on my watch can feel a bit gimmicky. However, something about the red version of the seconds hand felt, kinda cool, and really pops with the help of the white dial.

Christopher Ward C60 Trident Day Date COSC Watch Review Wrist Time Reviews

Christopher Ward C60 Trident Day Date COSC Watch Review Wrist Time Reviews

Both the hour and minute hand feature Super-LumiNova SLN-T-C1 and delivered a satisfying glow in the dark. They also extend well into their own corresponding tracks, so you never really have to take a guess at what you’re looking at. The more critical I am of this, the more I realize that a ton of watch brands are just making their hands way too short. Over at 3 o’clock, we have a nicely integrated day/date window with a polished aperture. No complaints here (I’m not really a date window hater) and it was always fun to witness the day and date mechanism snap into place right at midnight. It’s actually pretty loud, but satisfying.

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There is still some time to take advantage of Christopher Ward’s Mega Weekend sale. For a limited time, the British watch brand is offering 15% off all purchases through their online shop when you use the code MEGA15 at checkout. As one of the very first watch companies to fully embrace a direct-to-consumer E-commerce version, Christopher Ward is proud to support a quality shopping experience and great savings in this holiday weekend.So, if you have been waiting for the ideal moment to pick up a Christopher Ward watch that has caught your attention, this could be the best time. The offer ends on Tuesday November 28th, 2017 at 9am GMT, so act fast. Presently, the offer excludes pre-order and clearance items. To find out more, be certain to visit Christopher Ward’s official site and enjoy the savings while this offer remains live. Sponsored Posts are a kind of advertising that enables sponsors to share useful information, messages, and provides to aBlogtoWatch readers in a way traditional display advertising is frequently not best suited to. All of Sponsored Posts are subject to editorial recommendations with the intent that they offer readers useful news, promotions, or stories. The viewpoints and opinions expressed in Sponsored Articles are those of the advertiser and not necessarily those of aBlogtoWatch or its writers.British brand Christopher Ward lately launched a limited-edition pilot chronograph. It’s not just any run-of-the-mill chronograph, however, but a hand-wound monopusher chronograph, also in true Christopher Ward fashion, they have managed to do it for a cost point which will make you look twice, for the right reasons.

Christopher Ward C1 Grand Malvern Power Reserve Watch Review Wrist Time Reviews

There is no denying that the Christopher Ward C1 Grand Malvern Power Reserve is a lot of watch for the money. At under $2,000, you get a pretty decent in-house made movement, elegant dial, skillfully designed case, and some welcome character. This is all part of a quickly evolving London-based Christopher Ward brand, which is rapidly shedding some of its former skin as a maker of less expensive lookalike pieces hanging on the popularity of other designs, and truly coming into their own.

Christopher Ward has been trying to reinvent what the British dress watch (for regular people) is over the last few years. The design language that the company has been experimenting with is clearly evident in the C1 Grand Malvern Power Reserve, including the style of the hands, hour markers, and overall theme which is clearly classic, but with a bit of a modern twist that the brand hopes will be increasingly associated with the Christopher Ward name.

The C1 Grand Malvern Power Reserve is actually the first product in the still new C1 watch family. As mentioned above, Christopher Ward has come far enough along to have a unique case, movement, and dial for this collection. Even the “C” shape of the power reserve indicator on the dial is meant to stand for “Christopher.”

Christopher Ward C1 Grand Malvern Power Reserve Watch Review Wrist Time Reviews

Christopher Ward C1 Grand Malvern Power Reserve Watch Review Wrist Time Reviews

Christopher Ward’s lead designer Adrian Buchmann (who is from Switzerland, of course) says that he is proudest of the C1’s case. It is indeed a good design that cleverly does a few things well. If anything, the slick case design prevents the watch from seeming dull when viewed from angles. There are a lot of watches out there with very boring cases. More and more, I judge even simple watches such as this, which are meant for formal to business casual wear, not only on their dial and movement, but also the visual interest of the case that they are housed in. Starting at about the $500 price point, a consumer should expect interesting case designs for their watches.

Christopher Ward C1 Grand Malvern Power Reserve Watch Review Wrist Time Reviews

Christopher Ward C1 Grand Malvern Power Reserve Watch Review Wrist Time Reviews

The Christopher Ward C1 Grand Malvern Power Reserve case is 40.5mm wide, but actually rather thick at 12.8mm (water resistant to 30 meters). The thickness is due to the inherent size of the caliber SH21 movement which is inside of it. What Buchmann did so well was to design the elegant steel case so that it actually looks thinner than it is – especially when worn on the wrist.

Christopher Ward C1 Grand Malvern Power Reserve Watch Review Wrist Time Reviews

Christopher Ward C1 Grand Malvern Power Reserve Watch Review Wrist Time Reviews

Look on the side of the case and you’ll see a long swooping line done in a brushed versus polished finish. The line extends through the length of the lugs, and creates a visual sense that the case is longer than it is, while at the same time distracting from the height. The case also flairs a bit at the middle, which means the back of the case is a bit narrower, which also leads to the sense that the case is thinner than it is. You also need to take into account the design and size of the lugs, as well as the steeply sloped polished bezel. Together you get a look which is familiar and satisfying, but upon close inspection is something which you can only get from Christopher Ward.

Christopher Ward C1 Grand Malvern Power Reserve Watch Review Wrist Time Reviews

Christopher Ward C1 Grand Malvern Power Reserve Watch Review Wrist Time Reviews

With widely spaced lugs and the thickness of the case, the 40.5mm size wears a bit on the larger size, making it good for a wide assortment of wrist sizes. You can see the movement through the rear of the case via the sapphire crystal window, which helps you realize that the movement really is taking up most of the case. The SH21 is a good looking mechanism for the money, and its tech specs are easily enough to wow most consumers at this price point.

Christopher Ward C1 Grand Malvern Power Reserve Watch Review Wrist Time Reviews

Christopher Ward C1 Grand Malvern Power Reserve Watch Review Wrist Time Reviews

Christopher Ward still insists on calling the SH21 the exact same thing no matter what complications it has. “SH21” is really a base movement which various modules are built on top of. For the C1 Grand Malvern Power Reserve (as the name implies) the main complication aside from the time is a power reserve indicator. According to Christopher Ward, the addition of the power reserve indicator required 28 additional elements to the base movement.

Christopher Ward C1 Grand Malvern Power Reserve Watch Review Wrist Time Reviews

Christopher Ward C1 Grand Malvern Power Reserve Watch Review Wrist Time Reviews

Christopher Ward C1 Grand Malvern Power Reserve Watch Review Wrist Time Reviews

Operating at 4Hz (28,800 bph), the automatic SH21 is most impressive for its 120 hours (five days) of power reserve. Back in 2014 I reviewed the Christopher Ward C9 Harrison watch which actually debuted the SH21 movement overall. At the time, I believe that I mentioned how a power reserve indicator would be a nice feature to add to the movement. Now a few years later I finally got it, and in a watch that the C9 Harrison eventually evolved into (the C1 Grand Malvern). It is important to further mention that the SH21 in the C1 Grand Malvern Power Reserve is a COSC certified Chronometer (with a label to indicate as such on the dial).

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Christopher Ward C3 Malvern Chronograph MK III & C5 Malvern Automatic MK III Watches Watch Releases

In line with an established commitment to accessible, high-quality timepieces, Christopher Ward is today releasing two new watches that build upon their Malvern designs. Coming to the collection for January 2017, the Christopher Ward C3 Malvern Chronograph MK III and C5 Malvern Automatic MK III watches retain the design aesthetic of Christopher Ward’s line of dress watches, as well as the brand’s recent visual updates which we’ve seen applied throughout their dress and sport models.

Following the recent release of the Ball Watch 120 Years Replica C1 Grand Malvern Power Reserve, the Malvern line of dress watches has attracted some attention. With a no-frills approach to generally appealing designs, both of these new models seem to offer more basic, budget options alongside that of the C1 Grand Malvern Power Reserve watch with its Chronometer-certified in-house movement and long power reserve. That is accomplished with a sourced mechanical movement in the Automatic model, and a quartz movement for the Chronograph model.

Christopher Ward C3 Malvern Chronograph MK III & C5 Malvern Automatic MK III Watches Watch Releases

Christopher Ward C3 Malvern Chronograph MK III & C5 Malvern Automatic MK III Watches Watch Releases

Both the Christopher Ward C3 Malvern Chronograph MK III and C5 Malvern Automatic MK III cases measure 39mm in diameter, provide 30m of water resistance, and are made of 316L stainless steel. The case features a mix of brushed and polished finishes on the C3 Malvern Chronograph, with full polishing on the C5 Automatic – complemented well by the sunray dial finishing for each. The Christopher Ward C5 Malvern Automatic MK III draws from the same visual lineage as the Grand Malvern Power Reserve with a simple dial with circular dish detailing, a beveled date window, and raised machine-slanted indexes.

Christopher Ward C3 Malvern Chronograph MK III & C5 Malvern Automatic MK III Watches Watch Releases

Christopher Ward C3 Malvern Chronograph MK III & C5 Malvern Automatic MK III Watches Watch Releases

The Christopher Ward C3 Malvern Chronograph MK III takes a slightly more automotive spin when compared to the Automatic. We see the same circular dish detailing plus the integration of a simple two-register chronograph layout. The two sub-dials are located at 12 o’clock and 6 o’clock and provide a clear reference for both the chronograph’s dual 30-minute/12-hour counters and the running seconds, respectively. An aggressive set of piston-inspired pushers ties the racing theme together and brings a sporty touch to an otherwise dressy piece.

Christopher Ward C3 Malvern Chronograph MK III & C5 Malvern Automatic MK III Watches Watch Releases

Running inside of the Christopher Ward C5 Malvern Automatic MK III is a basic Sellita SW200-1 movement, which Christopher Ward has decorated with its bespoke Colimaçoné-finished rotor and recognizable twin-flag motif. It’s a fitting choice for a watch that aims to deliver value, style, and durability at a price point that’s friendly for buyers interested in getting a watch with a Swiss mechanical movement at a digestible price when compared to other watches containing the same base movement. The Sellita SW200-1 delivers 38 hours of power reserve and operates within a timing tolerance of about +10/-20 seconds per day. The Christopher Ward C3 Malvern Chronograph MK III, on the other hand, is powered by a Swiss-made Ronda 3520.D quartz movement which Christopher Ward has also used in several of their previous chronograph releases.

Christopher Ward C3 Malvern Chronograph MK III & C5 Malvern Automatic MK III Watches Watch Releases

Christopher Ward C3 Malvern Chronograph MK III & C5 Malvern Automatic MK III Watches Watch Releases

Both of these new models also offer a variety of visual appointments that stay true to the Malvern look. Each of them features double-domed antireflective sapphire crystals, brushed and polished blued or steel hands (depending on the dial color), along with either a display case back on the Christopher Ward C5 Malvern Automatic MK III or an engraved snap case back on the Christopher Ward C3 Malvern Chronograph MK III. To add even more variety to the dial options, Christopher Ward offers a choice of an oak leather quick-release strap with dress buckle, shell cordovan quick-release strap with Bader deployment, or a Milanese mesh bracelet to pair with either.

Christopher Ward C3 Malvern Chronograph MK III & C5 Malvern Automatic MK III Watches Watch Releases
There’s still some time to make the most of Christopher Ward’s Mega Weekend sale. For a limited time, the British watch manufacturer is offering 15% off all purchases through their online store once you use the code MEGA15 at checkout. As among the very first watch companies to fully embrace a direct-to-consumer E-commerce model, Ball Watch Engineer Hydrocarbon Replica is proud to support an excellent buying experience and great savings in this holiday weekend.So, if you’ve been waiting for the ideal moment to pick up a Christopher Ward watch which has caught your eye, this could be the best time. The offer ends on Tuesday November 28th, 2017 at 9am GMT, so act fast. Currently, the offer excludes pre-order and clearance items. To find out more, be sure to go to Christopher Ward’s official website and revel in the savings while this deal remains live. Sponsored Posts are a kind of advertising which allows patrons to discuss useful news, messages, and provides to aBlogtoWatch readers in a way conventional screen advertisements is frequently not best suited to. All Sponsored Posts are subject to editorial guidelines with the intent that they offer readers useful news, promotions, or stories. It’s not only any run-of-the-mill chronograph, however, but a hand-wound monopusher chronograph, and in authentic Christopher Ward fashion, they have managed to do it to get a price point which will make you look twice, for the correct reasons. Let’s Look at the Christopher Ward C9 Me 109 Single Pusher Chronograph.

While these two new models might be a bit minimalist for my personal taste, I really appreciate that Christopher Ward offers so many options for such a fair price-to-quality ratio. The blue, white, or black dial color variants, strap combinations, and movement options all provide attractive entry points into their dress collection, and it’s hard to say no at these prices. Both the chronograph and automatic models can easily double as dressy or casual pieces, and that versatility helps make the Malvern line easy to love. The Christopher Ward C3 Malvern Chronograph MK III is priced at £349.00 while the Christopher Ward C5 Malvern Automatic MK III is priced at £499.00christopherward.com

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Here we go… All things considered, I actually found the dial of the Christopher Ward C60 Trident Day Date COSC to be more legible than I originally anticipated. But, I didn’t find myself needing too much trouble quickly reading the moment. My favorite area of the dial must be the guilloche wave pattern. This kind of flowery, flashy finishing is not usually something that I take care of in watches residing under “instrument” umbrella but I found the implementation subtle enough that it was pleasing whenever it was able to catch my eye. It also took me a while to warm up to the Christopher Ward handset overall — a turning trident in my watch can feel a bit gimmicky. But something about the red variant of the seconds hand felt, kinda cool, and pops with the help of this white dial.Both the hour and minute hand attribute Super-LumiNova SLN-T-C1 and delivered a pleasing glow in the dark. They also stretch well into their own corresponding monitors, so you never really have to have a guess at what you’re taking a look at. The more significant I am of this, the more I realize that a whole lot of watch brands are only making their hands way too brief. More than 3 o’clock, we’ve got a well integrated day/date window with a polished aperture. No complaints here (I am not really a date hater) and it was always enjoyable to witness the date and day mechanics snap into position right at midnight. It’s really pretty loudly, but satisfying.

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Christopher Ward Launches #TridentSummer & Two New C60 Trident Dive Watches Watch Releases

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Summer is in full swing and Christopher Ward has just unveiled the two latest versions of their flagship dive watch, the C60 Trident Diver. The Christopher Ward C60 Trident Pro and C60 Trident Day Date are two COSC-certified dive watches that have also been released as limited editions. And, while the overall look and design might seem familiar, both models have been visually updated with subtle touches of color throughout the dial and bezel. Christopher Ward is also announcing the launch of their #TridentSummer campaign, which offers a chance to save 15% when purchasing any watch from the Trident collection.

Christopher Ward Launches #TridentSummer & Two New C60 Trident Dive Watches Watch Releases

The Ball Watches Any Good Replica C60 Trident Pro and C60 Trident Day Date -like other watches in the collection – aim to offer watch enthusiasts great value in the way of design, execution, and features. In many ways, these newest models mark an evolution within the Trident line-up and bring COSC-certified timekeeping at an affordable price. This is all thanks to the COSC-grade Sellita SW200 in the C60 Trident Pro and ETA 2836 in the C60 Trident Day Date. Both of these movements offer time-tested reliability, serviceability, and top-notch performance for the wearer. Pair it all with the classic Trident aesthetic with a monochromatic theme and you have some of the most versatile models ever released by Christopher Ward.

The commemorative element is really a 0.8mm thick aluminum plate that has been made from the remnants of the piston of the Hurricane fighter plane C9 P2725 that went down while saving the country. It is attached to the rear of each view, but you can’t actually touch it – it is covered by a sapphire crystal, the type used by museums to protect valuable exhibits. The C9 P2725 was flown by RAF pilot Flight Lieutenant Ray Holmes who was a part of a squadron that intercepted a massed raid on central London by German Dornier bombers during the Battle of Britain, on September 15, 1940. Holmes’ Hurricane was wrecked from the procedure, and afterwards he gradually bailed out, the airplane nosed down, burying itself deep into the floor beneath Buckingham Palace Road.Ward says he had been approached by TMB Art Metal, a company that excavates historic crash websites (it’s possible to acquire cuff links made out of this rudder of the Concorde), to provide him some of the aluminum out of the wreckage of the Hurricane, which they salvaged. “I knew immediately we would find the right moment to incorporate the historical metal into a wristwatch. The RAF’s centenary in 2018 is that moment, and we are very happy and privileged to indicate this momentous year in this unique way.” The steel on the case back was salvaged in the piston of the Hurricane’s Rolls Royce Merlin engine. Ward completed the alloy for use in the watches. It had been treated, hand-brushed and laser-engraved using a map of central London, with a red dot identifying the crash site, and inscribed with the date and location of the Battle of Britain. The dial of the watch is inspired by the Hurricane’s dashboard instrument panel, using a matte black background contrasted by alternating white and old radium (a shade of Super-LumiNova) numerals at a classic inspired sans-serif font. The hands and logo will also be in older radium, giving the watch a true vintage look.

Christopher Ward Launches #TridentSummer & Two New C60 Trident Dive Watches Watch Releases

Christopher Ward Launches #TridentSummer & Two New C60 Trident Dive Watches Watch Releases

Both of the watches feature brushed, marine-grade 316L stainless steel cases that measure in at a comfortable 43mm in diameter. Water resistance is 600m and though the cases are more contemporary in size, the 51.5mm lug-to-lug distance makes these watches appropriate for a range of wrist sizes. There are also a few unique red color touches that compliment the the dial’s white guilloche wave pattern. The first can be found at the 12 o’clock position on the durable unidirectional zirconia (ZrO2) ceramic bezel. The second can be seen on the seconds hand, which is completely finished in red along with its signature Ball Watch 1604b Replica Trident counter-balance.

Christopher Ward Launches #TridentSummer & Two New C60 Trident Dive Watches Watch Releases

Christopher Ward Launches #TridentSummer & Two New C60 Trident Dive Watches Watch Releases

These new aesthetic choices set the models apart from the rest and offer customers a chance to own a unique piece of Trident history. Looking at the dial, we find a high-contrast and complimentary design focus that matches perfectly with the brushed case and glossy bezel. There is also the inclusion of the classic Trident handset, which features Super-LumiNova that has also been applied generously on the indexes. To maintain its clean look, dial text has been kept to a minimum, with the standard Christopher Ward logo text at 9 o’clock and the chronometer designation and depth rating just above 6 o’clock. The Christopher Ward C60 Trident Pro and C60 Trident Day Date divers also come with the choice of either a stainless steel bracelet, leather strap, NATO strap, or a high quality rubber strap.

Christopher Ward Launches #TridentSummer & Two New C60 Trident Dive Watches Watch Releases

Christopher Ward Launches #TridentSummer & Two New C60 Trident Dive Watches Watch Releases

As mentioned previously, you can save 15% on any Trident watch purchase by using the code “TRIDENT15” at checkout. This offer is valid for just one more day and also includes both the Christopher Ward C60 Trident Pro and C60 Trident Day Date divers, which are now available for pre-order. The Watches By Ball Replica C60 Trident Day Date is limited to 200 pieces in each dial color and the C60 Trident Pro is limited to just 100 pieces and prices range between $985 and $1,100. In addition to the discount offer, the campaign also offers you a chance to win £500 worth of Christopher Ward vouchers. To enter, simply post your best Christopher Ward Trident photo on Instagram and use the hashtag #TridentSummer. It’s that simple and the competition closes on August 31st, 2017. christopherward.com

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Christopher Ward Watches Partners With Morgan Motor Company Watch Releases

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Premium British watch brand Christopher Ward have announced a new partnership with iconic British motor car manufacturer, Morgan Motor Company.

Christopher Ward will take inspiration from the legendary British car maker’s craftsmanship and engineering by creating an initial timepiece collection which will be available exclusively to Morgan car owners.

Christopher Ward Watches Partners With Morgan Motor Company Watch Releases

This collaboration is reflective of the historic link between the automotive and watch industries. The form and performance of beautiful classic cars has long been an influence on the wider watch industry. Christopher Ward itself is no stranger to this influence and history, having already released several successful limited edition watches inspired by classic cars.

Parallels already exist between the brands, who both cite their pride in their British heritage and design as an essential facet of their identity and success. The penchant for elegant, classic designs, innovation, and cutting-edge engineering that Ball Watches In Sydney Replica and Morgan Motors share is central to the philosophy that unites the two brands.

Christopher Ward Watches Partners With Morgan Motor Company Watch Releases

It is with these distinctive values in mind that the first timepiece in the collaborative collection, the Ball Watch Tritium Replacement Replica Bespoke 3 Wheeler Chronometer, has been designed. The watch, which will be available from May 2016, will be exclusively available to current and former owners of a Morgan motorcar.

The Christopher Ward Bespoke 3 Wheeler Chronometer pays tribute to the legendary 3-wheeler Morgan motorcar by coupling the design DNA of the 3-wheeler with advanced horology. The profile of the chronometer is streamlined and classic. The watch is housed in Christopher Ward’s C1 case, and powered by their Swiss-made in-house movement, COSC-certified Calibre SH21.

Christopher Ward Watches Partners With Morgan Motor Company Watch Releases

In an added touch to make the timepiece yet more unique, Morgan owners will also be able to have the chassis number of their automobile engraved into their watch. The Ball Watches Hong Kong Replica Bespoke 3-Wheeler Chronometer will be priced from £2,500.

Further collaborative timepieces will be announced in 2017, while the wider partnership will extend into further ventures, also set for announcement next year.

Christopher Ward Watches Partners With Morgan Motor Company Watch Releases

Mike France, Ball Watches Fireman Storm Chaser Pro Replica co-founder, says:

“The form and performance of beautiful classic cars has always influenced the wider watch industry, but especially so for Christopher Ward.

“Morgan Motors is an exceptional and characteristically British brand. Our shared brand values, of craftsmanship and engineering, mean that we are perfectly matched as partners. The first watch we have revealed in the partnership will be available exclusively to the 50,000-plus Morgan car owners, allowing them to become a member of a very special club between the two brands. We will also look to create watches for the wider fan base of Morgan in the future and we look forward to revealing further details of this exciting partnership in the coming months.”

Christopher Ward Watches Partners With Morgan Motor Company Watch Releases

Steve Morris, Morgan Motor Company Managing Director, says:

Here we go… All things considered, I actually found that the dial of the Ball Watch 45mm Replica C60 Trident Day Date COSC to be more legible than I originally anticipated. But, I did not find myself having too much trouble quickly reading the time. My favourite part of the dial must be the guilloche wave pattern. This type of flowery, flashy finishing isn’t usually something I care for in watches residing under “tool” umbrella however I discovered the execution subtle enough that it was pleasing each time it was able to catch my attention. It also took me some time to warm up to the Christopher Ward handset overall — a turning trident in my opinion can feel a bit gimmicky. But something about the red variant of the seconds hand sensed, rather cool, and pops with the help of this white dial.Both the hour and minute hand attribute Super-LumiNova SLN-T-C1 and delivered a satisfying glow in the dark. They also extend well into their own corresponding monitors, so you never actually must take a guess at what you are taking a look at. The more critical I am of this, the more I recognize that a whole lot of watch manufacturers are only making their hands far too short. Over at 3 o’clock, we’ve got a well incorporated day/date window with a polished aperture. No complaints here (I am not actually a date hater) and it was always enjoyable to witness the date and day mechanics snap into position right at midnight. It’s really pretty loudly, but satisfying.

“With a shared passion for motorsport at the heart of both brands, our collaboration with Christopher Ward is the perfect fit for Morgan. The synergies between our companies are evident, and I look forward to introducing a range of Morgan and Christopher Ward watches to our customers.” christopherward.co.uk

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Christopher Ward C60 Trident 316L Limited Edition Watch mens watch under 500


Christopher Ward C60 Trident 316L Limited Edition Watch Watch Releases

There was a period in the mid-2000s when it seemed like any sport watch worth its salt was predictably clad in bright shades of yellow and orange. And while that vibrant couleur du jour back then seems to have largely been more recently replaced by various shades of blue, it’s nice to see Ball Watches Ladies Replica making orange the new black again with the C60 Trident 316 – the latter reference number being a nod to its marine-grade 316L stainless steel construction. This cheerful, limited-edition diver adds a dash of Vitamin C to the British brand’s growing Trident collection, just in time for summer.

Christopher Ward C60 Trident 316L Limited Edition Watch Watch Releases

Christopher Ward C60 Trident 316L Limited Edition Watch Watch Releases

The advent of the orange-dialed diver dates back to the late sixties when Swiss watchmaker DOXA was the first to deploy the hue in its Sub 300, purportedly claiming it to have tested as the most legible at depths. Later research would prove otherwise, but the reputation stuck – orange remained equated to capability and aquatic adventure, and is thus still a fun and fitting color addition to the Trident collection. And while perhaps lacking in legacy or cachet of a Seamaster, Submariner, or (perhaps more recently) Aquis, the Christopher Ward Trident divers are still very much on their way – similarly characterized by a series of modestly proportioned, and classically inspired sports watches intended for adventurous and everyday wear alike. Now, despite its most recent, minimalist-inspired revision which moved the brand’s wordmark to 9:00, if Christopher Ward can stick with a singular logo and brand aesthetic, the Trident should prove to be a great entry-level sport watch for many years to come.

While most of the name is really self-explanatory, a number of you might be overrun by the “Me 109.” This pertains to the Messerschmitt Bf 109 — a WW2-era Luftwaffe fighter plane that the watch is said to be inspired by. More specifically, it refers to a Junghans clock taken in the cockpit of one airplane. Two tangential points I want to make here: yet, it’s rare that a brand openly admits and credits another because its muse; and 2, is it only me or do British watchmaking manufacturers have an obsession with aviation-themed limited edition timepieces?Anyway back to the topic at hand. The Ball Watch Trainmaster 60 Seconds Ii Replica C9 Me 109 Monopusher Chronograph is powered with the calibre JJ02. Based on a Unitas 6497, which can be then heavily (and I mean very heavily) modified to incorporate all the monopusher chronograph bits. The former was instrumental in creating the in-house calibre SH21 and the modules on various Christopher Ward watches and is now portion of Sellita, furthering its motion development efforts.The calibre JJ02 was first utilized at the Christopher Ward C9 Single Pusher Chronograph, a dressier version than what we see here today. In my view, the Me 109 iteration looks much cooler and is much better suited to the large proportions of this watch. The JJ02 gives a 40h power reserve and defeats at 18,800bph. Unlike the dressier sibling, with a somewhat boring movement end, the bridges on the C9 Me 109 motion are ended with a black PVD coating and also have chamfering — giving it a very nice, edgy monochromatic look that I love.
Christopher Ward C60 Trident 316L Limited Edition Watch Watch Releases

Sharing much of its feature set with the Trident Pro 600, the Christopher Ward C60 Trident 316L is water resistant to 600 meters and exhibits the usual hallmarks of a modern dive watch, like a sapphire crystal, screw-down crown, and 316L stainless steel case that looks great on a variety of available straps and bracelets. Inside the new Christopher Ward C60 Trident 316L beats a Sellita 200-1 – a commonly used ETA 2824 clone that demonstrates excellent reliability in a wide variety of contexts.

Unlike what we’ve seen come standard on other options in the Trident collection, though, is how the Christopher Ward C60 Trident 316L is fitted with a unidirectional rotating steel bezel that’s fully brushed, as opposed to being fitted with a ceramic insert. That steel bezel is what the 316L in the name is likely referring to, as there would not be much other reason to emphasize the most common grade of steel used in wristwatches. It lends the watch a nicely consistent two-tone aesthetic contrasting the steel case and bezel, and the dial’s applied luminous indices.

Christopher Ward C60 Trident 316L Limited Edition Watch Watch Releases

The new Christopher Ward C60 Trident 316L Limited Edition will be produced in a limited run of only 316 (see what they did there?) pieces, with a starting price of £730 (around $835 USD) for NATO and rubber strap options. This price moves up to £750 (around $850 USD) for the rubber touch leather strap,  and £795 (roughly $910 USD) for the stainless steel bracelet, each of which will be available to purchase exclusively online. christopherward.co.uk

Christopher Ward C9 Me 109 Single Pusher Chronograph Watch men’s watch under 50


Christopher Ward C9 Me 109 Single Pusher Chronograph Watch Watch Releases

British brand History Of Ball Watches Replica recently launched a limited-edition pilot chronograph. It’s not just any run-of-the-mill chronograph, however, but a hand-wound monopusher chronograph, and in true Christopher Ward fashion, they have managed to do it for a price point that’ll make you look twice, for the right reasons. Let’s take a look at the Christopher Ward C9 Me 109 Single Pusher Chronograph.

Christopher Ward C9 Me 109 Single Pusher Chronograph Watch Watch Releases

While most of the name is pretty self-explanatory, some of you may be stumped by the “Me 109.” This refers to the Messerschmitt Bf 109 – a WW2-era Luftwaffe fighter plane which the watch is said to be inspired by. More specifically, it refers to a Junghans clock taken from the cockpit of one such plane. Two tangential points I’d like to make here: one, it’s rare that a brand openly recognizes and credits another as its muse; and two, is it just me or do British watchmaking brands have an obsession with aviation-themed limited edition timepieces?

Christopher Ward C9 Me 109 Single Pusher Chronograph Watch Watch Releases

Christopher Ward C9 Me 109 Single Pusher Chronograph Watch Watch Releases

Anyway, back to the subject at hand. The Christopher Ward C9 Me 109 Monopusher Chronograph is powered by the calibre JJ02. Based on a Unitas 6497, which is then heavily (and I mean quite heavily) modified to incorporate all the monopusher chronograph bits. This is the brainchild of Johannes Jahnke and Jean Fillon. The former was instrumental in developing the in-house calibre SH21 and the modules on various Christopher Ward watches and is now a part of Sellita, furthering its movement development efforts.

Christopher Ward C9 Me 109 Single Pusher Chronograph Watch Watch Releases

The calibre JJ02 was first used in the Ball Watches Price Replica C9 Single Pusher Chronograph, a dressier version than what we see here today. In my opinion, the Me 109 iteration looks much cooler and is better suited to the large proportions of the watch. The JJ02 provides a 40h power reserve and beats at 18,800bph. Unlike the dressier sibling, which has a rather boring movement finish, the bridges on the C9 Me 109 movement are finished with a black PVD coating and have chamfering – giving it a very nice, edgy monochromatic look that I really like.

Since the debut of their earliest watches back in 2005, Ball Watches 2017 Replica has been making great strides to supply diversity, function, and quality in the products they create. In the heart of their line-up is the Trident collection, a family of watches which has grown to include a seemingly never-ending selection of sailors, GMTs, and chronograph watches. Quite honestly, it is a bit nauseating to actually try and maintain but at least, in my mind, the Trident will probably always be a dive watch and one which has gone the distance for Christopher Ward. This summer, the brand introduced the Christopher Ward C60 Trident Day Date COSC, a limited edition diver that’s about as back-to-basics as you can get when thinking about some of the current versions in Christopher Ward’s catalog. But, with 2017 pretty much reputation as the year of the dive watch, should you really care everything much?Right today, the majority of you are likely making your way through this review without giving it much thought. Some of you might just be skipping through it, possibly glancing at the photos and not reading this part. You might not even know how you got here — the world wide web is a weird place, I get it. However, a lot of you (I know you are out there) can not wait to tell us about how much you despise the newest Christopher Ward emblem and you may even have some of your best memes locked and loaded for the comments section. Well, fear not. We’ll get to this in a bit but for the time being, I must say that overall, I’ve loved my time with the Christopher Ward C60 Trident Day Date COSC and believe there is a great deal of value to think about here.

Christopher Ward C9 Me 109 Single Pusher Chronograph Watch Watch Releases

Christopher Ward C9 Me 109 Single Pusher Chronograph Watch Watch Releases

At 43mm by 15.7mm, this is not a small watch – but when it comes to chronographs, there is a tradeoff between affordability and movement sizes. It would be cost prohibitive to develop a new one from scratch and existing options (7750, ETA 2894-2, or the Eterna 39A with module) are all of similar thickness. See why I like this watch better as a pilot watch than a dress watch now?

Christopher Ward C9 Me 109 Single Pusher Chronograph Watch Watch Releases

The case is DLC steel with a sandblasted finish and has a large, ergonomic fluted crown. Naturally, there is sapphire crystal on both sides, with AR coating. The lack of a bezel leads me to believe this watch will wear larger than its 43mm size. The dial is a pretty familiar bi-compax layout with the running seconds counter at 9:00 and 30-min chrono counter at 3:00. Props to Christopher Ward for not including a date display on the watch.

Christopher Ward C9 Me 109 Single Pusher Chronograph Watch Watch Releases

The brand says that the design of the hands was based on the Junghans clock mentioned earlier, and while it isn’t the most elegant, it affords plenty of legibility and fits in with the tool watch theme. The minute ring, hour markers, and hands have Super-LumiNova that is colored to look like patinated lume in daylight – it suits the watch well, but you’re not likely to confuse this for a vintage timepiece from afar for sure.

Christopher Ward C9 Me 109 Single Pusher Chronograph Watch Watch Releases

The Christopher Ward C9 Me 109 Single Pusher Chronograph is an interesting alternative in a market flooded with 7750 and ETA 2894-2 powered watches. That’s no knock against either of those movements, but quite frankly, they don’t offer the same caseback view that this does. The thickness of the watch may deter some people, but for those who can pull it off, at a price of $3,370, and a limited run of 100 watches only, it appears to be a very good value proposition. christopherward.com

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Christopher Ward C1 Morgan Chronometer Watches Watch Releases

The watch world is full of collaborations between watch brands and car manufacturers, sometimes to an eye-rolling degree. I have to say, however, that the partnership of Christoper Ward and Morgan Motor Company seems apt and actually quaint. That is mostly because the two companies are English, but also because they share similar philosophies and approaches to doing business – a stubborn focus on classic designs, a genuine pursuit of innovation, and the guts to shake things up a little. If you know each company, you will know that I’m not exaggerating. As a result of this partnership (announced here), Christoper Ward and the Morgan Motor Company now present us with the new C1 Morgan Chronometer watch collection.

Christopher Ward C1 Morgan Chronometer Watches Watch Releases

Our regular readers are no doubt familiar with Christoper Ward by now. They are a brand based in England that has made significant progress in the past couple of years. In 2014, the company merged with Swiss-based Synergies Horlogères and announced their first in-house movement called the Calibre SH21. Up until then, Christoper Ward had mostly been regarded as a boutique brand, but the merger and the announcement of their own movement meant that they must now be regarded as a serious player in the world of watchmaking.

Christopher Ward C1 Morgan Chronometer Watches Watch Releases

Morgan Motor Company, on the other hand, is most famous for its classic-looking cars. The company was established sometime around 1910, and its most famous car is arguably the 3 Wheeler which, as its name suggests, is an open-top car with two front wheels and a single rear wheel. It was Morgan’s first ever car, and the company still makes 3 Wheelers to this day.

Christopher Ward C1 Morgan Chronometer Watches Watch Releases

It is, therefore, somewhat fitting that the three watches in the new Ball Watches Any Good Replica C1 Morgan collection include the Christopher Ward C1 Morgan 3 Wheeler Chronometer. This comes in a DLC-coated case, and the dial has a matching matte black finish, with “Old Radium” lume for an evocative vintage look and vibe.

Each of these new the Christopher Ward C1 Morgan Chronometer watches uses a 40.5mm-wide C1 Grand Malvern case (water-resistant to 30m), and they are powered by versions of Christopher Ward’s in-house Calibre SH21 movement. They are hand-wound, offer 120 hours of power reserve, and have also been certified by COSC to run within official chronometer specifications. Each watch offers a view of the movement through a sapphire crystal display case back with different bridge designs and finishes for each.

Christopher Ward C1 Morgan Chronometer Watches Watch Releases

For the Christopher Ward C1 Morgan 3 Wheeler Chronometer, the movement has been given a sand-blasted black PVD finish to match the DLC-coated case. It also has a unique bridge design that pays tribute to the V-twin layout of the 3 Wheeler’s engine. The Christopher Ward C1 Morgan 3 Wheeler Chronometer watch will come with a Tiber leather strap in camel, brown, or black.

Christopher Ward C1 Morgan Chronometer Watches Watch Releases

The second watch in the collection is the Christopher Ward C1 Morgan Classic Chronometer. It is a three-hander with a date complication that pays homage to Morgan’s Classic range. It comes in a stainless steel case and features a domed opaline dial with polished pencil-thin nickel indices. The hands are made of steel and have been given a multi-faceted polish and blued, meaning they will contrast brightly against the opaline dial for improved legibility.

Christopher Ward C1 Morgan Chronometer Watches Watch Releases

Here, the SH21 movement has also been given a unique bridge design inspired by the steering wheels found in the Morgan Classic. The watch will come with a smooth Piccari leather strap available in camel, brown, or black.

Christopher Ward C1 Morgan Chronometer Watches Watch Releases

The third and final watch in the collection is the Ball Watch Klcc Replica C1 Morgan Aero 8 Chronometer which is inspired by the Morgan Aero 8 – the company’s most advanced car. Its case is in steel, with the top-facing surfaces polished and the sides brushed. The dial is more intricate here, featuring a wide minute track in black and the center in white. At 9 o’clock is a large power reserve indicator with a black outer rim and a white center. And at 6 o’clock you have the running seconds sub-dial, again with a black outer track and a white center.

Christopher Ward C1 Morgan Chronometer Watches Watch Releases

Like the other two watches, the SH21 movement features a unique skeletonized bridge with brightly polished chamfers. The Christopher Ward C1 Morgan Aero 8 Chronometer watch will come with a perforated Piccari leather strap in camel, brown, or black.

The dawn of the orange-dialed diver dates back to the late night when Swiss watchmaker DOXA was the first to set up the colour in its Sub 300, purportedly claiming it to have analyzed since the most legible at dusk. Later research would prove differently, but the reputation stuck — orange stayed equated to aquatic and capability experience, and is still a fun and fitting color addition to the Trident collection. And while lacking legacy or cachet of a Seamaster, Submariner, or (perhaps more lately) Aquis, the Ball Watches Store Locator Replica Trident divers continue to be very much on their way — similarly characterized by a series of modestly proportioned, and classically motivated sports watches intended for daring and everyday wear alike. Now, despite the latest, minimalist-inspired revision that moved the new wordmark to 9:00, if Christopher Ward can stick using a singular logo and brand aesthetic, the Trident should end up being a great entry-level sport watch for several years to come.Sharing a lot of its feature set together with the Trident Pro 600, the Christopher Ward C60 Trident 316L is water resistant to 600 meters and displays the usual hallmarks of a modern dive watch, like a sapphire crystal, screw-down crown, along with 316L stainless steel case which looks great on a variety of available straps and bracelets. Inside the newest Christopher Ward C60 Trident 316L beats a Sellita 200-1 — a generally used ETA 2824 clone which shows outstanding reliability in a wide array of contexts.

Christopher Ward C1 Morgan Chronometer Watches Watch Releases

All three watches will be exclusive to present and former Morgan owners and will be available to order starting May 2017 from Morgan dealerships around the world and the Christopher Ward website. What’s also really cool is that all the Christopher Ward C1 Morgan watches will be engraved with the owner’s past or present Morgan car chassis number on the back plate.

Christopher Ward C1 Morgan Chronometer Watches Watch Releases

For owners of Morgan cars, there really is no better timepiece than one of these new C1 Morgan Chronometer watches. As far as watch and car collaborations go, this is one of the most sincere and thoughtful ones that I have seen. The design goes well beyond just sticking a badge on the dial (though it has that) and even extends to the movement where we see unique bridge designs, which is really cool. It is just too bad that I don’t own a Morgan car. The Christopher Ward C1 Morgan 3 Wheeler Chronometer and Christopher Ward C1 Morgan Classic Chronometer watches are both priced at $2,575 USD, while the Christopher Ward C1 Morgan Aero 8 Chronometer watch is priced at $3,195. christopherward.co.uk