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Christopher Ward C70 3527 GT with Ferrari 250 GTO piece embed in caseback

Christopher Ward has created a 100 piece limited edition timepiece with the an original piece of exterior paneling from the seventh Ferrari 250 GTO, which rolled off the factory floor on May 22, 1962. The Ferrari 250 GTO is the quintessential Ferrari; only 39 were ever built. One sold last year for $52 million.

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Introducing Christopher Ward's New Manufacture Movement

English watchmaker, Christopher Ward, which is celebrating their 10th Anniversary this year, has developed their first in-house watch movement. The self-winding movement, dubbed “caliber SH21,” has been under development for the last 4 years. It is the result of Christopher Ward working with Swiss watchmaker, Johannes Jahnke, who previously worked with one of the brand’s key suppliers, Synergies Horologères. Together, Christopher Ward who has merged with Synergies Horologères, which includes watchmaker Johannes Jahnke, and a number of external suppliers, have designed this highly impressive caliber.

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Christopher Ward C50 Malvern COSC

Christopher Ward launches their first COSC certified chronometer, the C50 Malvern. Christopher Ward watches, for men and women, are designed in Britain, using Swiss movements and hand assembled in Switzerland.

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Christopher Ward C60 Kingfisher Auto Diver

Christopher Ward is a 5-year old London based watchmaker who creates affordable quartz and mechanical timepieces. They have a new swiss made diver watch that will be available for sale in November called the C60 Kingfisher Auto. It is an automatic dive watch powered by an ETA 2824-2 self-winding mechanical movement. The case is 42 mm x 13 mm in diameter and features thick 4.5 mm domed sapphire crystal. The caseback is solid and features a NDL dive scale engraved in it. The caseback and crown screw-in and help to maintain water-resistance down to 300 meters (1000 ft). There is a 2-piece unidirectional dive bezel to keep track of your dive time. The indices feature a Superuminova treatment for visibility at night or underwater. The dial features a bright yellow metallic finish. The strap is silicon rubber with a

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Christopher Ward C40 SpeedHawk Automatic Chronograph

London based Swiss watchmaker, Christopher Ward, has just unveiled a new automatic chronograph model, the C40 SpeedHawk Chronograph. The case design was adapted from their best selling C4 Peregrine collection. Christopher Ward's website says "the C40's crowning glory, the customised ETA Valjoux 7750 movement can be seen in all its glory through the crystal exhibition back."

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Christopher Ward Photo Gallery

Christopher Ward London, a young London based watch company, offers a variety of men's watches ranging from $250 to $600 USD. I have not had a chance to see any of these watches in person, but judging from the pictures, they appear to be a good value. Most models are offered in quartz, but they do offer a few in automatic.

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