Upcoming Christopher Ward watches

Re: Upcoming Christopher Ward watches

Postby TheWatchReviewSite » August 5th 2012 2:46am

Guys,

Just for clarity, This is going to be CW's most expensive watch released yet, they still have many great swiss made watches at affordable prices.

But this just shows they are serious about moving up a step and competing at a different level. I think
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Re: Upcoming Christopher Ward watches

Postby eddiea » September 25th 2012 2:52am

Expensive for a CW....defeat the intended original thought of, affordability with quality.
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Re: Upcoming Christopher Ward watches

Postby AJC » September 25th 2012 4:15am

eddiea wrote:Expensive for a CW....defeat the intended original thought of, affordability with quality.

For what it is it's still inexpensive, however the brand is unproven at this price range.

I think it was the cw forum that pointed out that the movement is not decorated. The original drawings had a decorated movement. Kind of disappointing, even though at that price, i feel there are better options.
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Re: Upcoming Christopher Ward watches

Postby TheWatchReviewSite » October 5th 2012 4:35am

Gents,

Sorry for the delay

This is just a little peek at whats to come, we have a C900 in our hands and will be conducting a full on review over the next few days.

See our little snippette of what is to come for a hands on review.

http://www.thewatchreviewsite.co.uk/chr-ward-c900-monopusher-chronograph-sneak-peek/

We are excited by the Chr.Ward C900 as it's still to launch and we have managed to get hold of one to put through its paces.

P.S. its a lovely watch, great weight nice functions and works wonderfully....
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Re: Upcoming Christopher Ward watches

Postby Mortuus » October 5th 2012 2:17pm

Very nice snippet, TWRS. I like the watch a great deal, but the most enjoyable aspect of the article was the very obvious enthusiasm in the writing there; I could almost hear "Yippee!" between the lines... :D How cool it must be to wear a watch like that and know that it's a one-of-a-kind piece. Many thanks for this latest post.
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Re: Upcoming Christopher Ward watches

Postby TheWatchReviewSite » October 23rd 2012 12:26pm

It's here the C900 Harrison Single Pusher Chronograph in all it's glory

Guess what for those of you who don't yet know here at The Watch Review Site we had it for a few days for Hands on experience and wow did it impress.

Why not read my thoughts on the C900 at http://www.thewatchreviewsite.co.uk/christopher-ward-c900-monopusher-chronograph-hands-on-review/

Thanks for reading. Oh, and here is a little photo of it on my wrist as a taster.

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Re: Upcoming Christopher Ward watches

Postby Ocean » October 25th 2012 1:29pm

I'm liking it.
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