Christopher Ward C65 Chronograph

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Christopher Ward C65 Chronograph

Post by koimaster » November 1st 2020, 8:49pm

Christopher Ward, the British watchmaker known for its accessibly priced professional dive watches, has today unveiled the latest update to its C65 dive watch collection, the C65 Chronograph. This particular addition looks to combine “bold colors” and “bolder ambition” in its vintage-inspired styling. The inspiration for this neo-vintage timepiece comes from the late 1960s: Christopher Ward CEO Mike France cites the model as “a celebration of color and the bold, optimistic spirit of the era” and goes on to call it “the sort of watch that David Bowie might wear on his way to a studio session in Soho.”

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Re: Christopher Ward C65 Chronograph

Post by TemerityB » November 3rd 2020, 9:51am

3Flushes wrote:
November 3rd 2020, 8:13am
People have to be morons to keep buying this brand before price is even a consideration- perhaps the most overrated jobber watch in the history of jobber watches.
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As, like, the Frankie Williams of watches. The Mulkey twins of timepieces. This works.
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Re: Christopher Ward C65 Chronograph

Post by MKTheVintageBloke » November 3rd 2020, 9:33pm

CW used to be a good deal. Used to.

Tissot, Certina and Hamilton can offer way better for the money.

Is it a nice watch? Yes. Does it do anything for me? No.
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