Last month we had a good look at the Christopher Ward C1 Moonglow and went in depth with our hands on review (which you can read here if you haven’t already). It is a little delayed but here’s our video taster of this lovely luminous watch: Yes, we know that tasters usually come first, but…
Versatile and bursting with romantic, the C1 Moonglow is a great, everyday watch, that can be easily dressed up or down.
Retro Renaissance – Witness the re-birth of a cult diver-favourite, the new @ChrisWardLondon C65 Super Compressor
When you are wearing the Christopher Ward C65 Trident Automatic, happiness is an automatic response and the default state.
So if you are someone who likes to shop online or at-least likes to find out more from the horses mouth, check out the new Christopher Ward website.
Solitary trees, if they grow at all, grow strong’. Exclusive Interview with Christopher Ward CEO Mike France on new watches and Covid-19.
Master of its Domain. In this Covid-19 pandemic laden world, the new Christopher Ward C60 Sapphire is the antidote to your blues.
Featuring a 42mm diameter, an external countdown bezel as well as an internal 24-hour ring and fourth GMT hand, the new C60 Elite GMT 1000 is a match made in heaven.
The new 2020 watch release Christopher Ward C65 GMT Worldtimer is hands down the most bang for your buck watch of recent times. Heck even if you ignore the price point advantage — £995 — the combination of GMT function and worldtimer on an only 42mm diameter watch that is surprisingly 150m water resistant is simply hard to beat.