January 20th 2015 – Christopher Ward launches 4 new Trident models!
Their most popular model, launched in 2009, has been completely revamped and is now available in a 4-tier system. All feature a completely reworked case and caseback, and the 3 highest models have a ceramic bezel. Some will be pleased to see that all the autos have the date window in the more traditional position at 3. Only the quartz version keeps the 4 o’clock date window. The 3 highest versions also boast a much needed lume upgrade – the hour markers now contain SuperLuminova SLN T C1 lume. The watches are available in 8 different colour combinations, and can be fitted with 6 different strap lengths.
Christopher Ward C60 Trident 300
The lowest and most affordable model, is a new quartz model, and is available in 38mm and 42mm sizes. Powered by a Ronda 515, it keeps the 300m water resistance of the previous C60.
It costs £299. Click here to view them on the CW site and to buy one.
Below: CW C60 Trident 300 Quartz 42mm
Below: CW C60 Trident 300 Quartz 38mm
Christopher Ward C60 Trident Pro 600
The next tier up is the standard auto version and is priced at £599. Yes it’s more than the standard C60 used to be, but you’re getting double the water resistance (600m rather than 300m), and a ceramic bezel. This is also available in 38mm and 42mm.
Click here to view it on the CW site and to buy one.
Below: CW C60 Trident Pro 42mm
Below: CW C60 Trident Pro 38mm
Christopher Ward C60 Trident GMT 600
We then come to level 3, which is the same as the Pro, but it’s a GMT. It’s an extra £200, meaning it’ll cost you £799. Housing the same ETA 2893-2 movement, it also has double the water resistance as its predecessor, and again rocks a ceramic bezel. This is also available in 38mm and 42mm variants.
Click here to view on the CW site and to buy one.
Below: CW C60 Trident GMT 42mm
Below: CW C60 Trident GMT 38mm
Christopher Ward C60 Trident COSC
Finally, we have the highest tier. It houses the well known SH21 movement, found in the C9 5 day auto. It’s obviously COSC certified, and has the fantastic 120 hour power reserve that comes along with it. It’s priced the same as the C9 too, starting at £1500. If this takes your fancy (I think it’ll prove to be pretty popular), you’ll have to move quick – as there’s only going to be a limited run of 250 for the time being. Due to the size of the movement, this is only available in 42mm.
Click here to have a look on the CW site and to buy one now.
Below: CW Trident 42mm COSC