Christopher Ward Watches Mega Weekend Sale expensive

Christopher Ward Watches Mega Weekend Sale Sales & Auctions

There’s still some time left 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 store 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 model, Christopher Ward is proud to support a quality shopping experience and great savings during this holiday weekend.

Christopher Ward Watches Mega Weekend Sale Sales & Auctions

So, if you’ve been waiting for the right moment to pick up a Ball Watch 125 Anniversary Review Replica watch that has caught your eye, this might 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 learn more, be sure to visit Christopher Ward’s official site and enjoy the savings while this offer is still live.

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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.