Just in: Christopher Ward Bel Canto

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Just in: Christopher Ward Bel Canto

Post by iwasbanned » May 27th 2024, 5:35pm

Very impressed with this watch. It's an absolute beauty. Definitely worth the wait, which was about 15 months. It's extremely will finished and surprisingly light due to the titanium. The gong isn't as loud as I was expecting but enough for it to catch my attention when it goes off. Love the purple which makes the skeletonized movement pop.

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Re: Just in: Christopher Ward Bel Canto

Post by iwasbanned » May 28th 2024, 8:53am

jason_recliner wrote:
May 28th 2024, 12:05am
Very ambitious project. What happens when you need to service it?
I suppose I'll send it to Christopher Ward. I haven't heard anything about this being a difficult movement to service. Honestly though, this watch will probably be gone by the time it needs servicing, I'll make it some other sucker's problem.
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Re: Just in: Christopher Ward Bel Canto

Post by smellody » May 28th 2024, 8:56am

iwasbanned wrote:
May 28th 2024, 8:53am
jason_recliner wrote:
May 28th 2024, 12:05am
Very ambitious project. What happens when you need to service it?
I suppose I'll send it to Christopher Ward. I haven't heard anything about this being a difficult movement to service. Honestly though, this watch will probably be gone by the time it needs servicing, I'll make it some other sucker's problem.
GLWS Birthday Guy!
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Re: Just in: Christopher Ward Bel Canto

Post by iwasbanned » May 28th 2024, 9:50am

smellody wrote:
May 28th 2024, 8:56am
iwasbanned wrote:
May 28th 2024, 8:53am
jason_recliner wrote:
May 28th 2024, 12:05am
Very ambitious project. What happens when you need to service it?
I suppose I'll send it to Christopher Ward. I haven't heard anything about this being a difficult movement to service. Honestly though, this watch will probably be gone by the time it needs servicing, I'll make it some other sucker's problem.
GLWS Birthday Guy!
Gracias Señor, this was a gift to myself. I have 2 more gifts coming :).
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