Christopher Ward Dune

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Re: Christopher Ward Dune

Post by Racer-X » February 21st 2023, 4:48pm

jason_recliner wrote:
February 21st 2023, 3:58pm
I really like these but not sure that $2k for a Sellita GMT really fits the previous CW value-for-money ethos.

Still on their website from their original concept, they claimed a markup of 3 times manufacturing price. Whether that still holds true...

"We had a simple three-part plan:
– Sell directly to customers only through our own website
– Apply a maximum three times mark-up on the manufacturing price
– Avoid the costly celebrity endorsements to which the Swiss brands seem addicted"
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Re: Christopher Ward Dune

Post by bbattle » February 21st 2023, 4:53pm

I like that Dune collection.

The problem with having a collection of watches is that when you see a new one that looks cool, you then realize you've got one back home that looks very similar and then it's a coin flip moment to decide what to do. Sell the old and get the new or just go home and dust off the collection.
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Re: Christopher Ward Dune

Post by Mark1 » February 21st 2023, 6:50pm

It's not a bad looking watch. I don't believe CW is controlled by it's founders anymore. In the beginning their prices were a fair bit lower than currently. The only CW I own is a Pilot C8 model purchased in 2009. With a 2824 this was right at $300. At that time, (favorable exchange rate) you could save a little by ordering from the UK site.
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