Christopher Ward champions something old and something new

Christopher Ward champions something old and something new

Postby koimaster » May 7th 2018, 4:56pm

The new C65 Trident Diver from Christopher Ward demonstrates capabilities and technologies allowed by modern day horology while infusing design cues from the 1960s.

The new timepiece slots in-between Christopher Ward’s Dive and Dress collections, providing a versatile watch with vintage appeal.


http://www.watchpro.com/christopher-war ... timepiece/
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Re: Christopher Ward champions something old and something n

Postby conjurer » May 7th 2018, 6:58pm

“Christopher Ward didn’t exist in 1965, but this is the watch we would have built back then if we did,” said Mike France, CEO and co-founder of Christopher Ward.

Goddamn it, I'm fresh outta Cabriole table legs over here.
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Re: Christopher Ward champions something old and something n

Postby TemerityB » May 7th 2018, 9:49pm

Know why that article shows the back of the watch?

Because that C65 has one helvetica dial!


























































I can't stop.
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Re: Christopher Ward champions something old and something n

Postby conjurer » May 7th 2018, 10:25pm

TemerityB wrote:
































I can't stop.


Yeah, T; I used the Mongo being the new Elon Muskatel gag at least four or five times, and never got anything. Let me do the Johnny Carson thing and explain why the joke's funny, as if the audience is a bunch of dumbshits, and not me:

Elon Musk is the president and CEO of Tesla and a whole lot of IT companies;

Mongo is a fucking drunkard convict, and probably drinks Muskatel wines to get jaked;

Mongo also tried to convince people that he was some sort of IT wiz;

So, for the punchline, instead of being Elon Musk, Mongo was Elon Muskatel.

Crickets.

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Re: Christopher Ward champions something old and something n

Postby foghorn » May 8th 2018, 4:07am

conjurer wrote:


































Yeah, T; I used the Mongo being the new Elon Muskatel gag at least four or five times, and never got anything. Let me do the Johnny Carson thing and explain why the joke's funny, as if the audience is a bunch of dumbshits, and not me:

Elon Musk is the president and CEO of Tesla and a whole lot of IT companies;

Mongo is a fucking drunkard convict, and probably drinks Muskatel wines to get jaked;

Mongo also tried to convince people that he was some sort of IT wiz;

So, for the punchline, instead of being Elon Musk, Mongo was Elon Muskatel.

Crickets.

Life ain't fair.






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