Globetrotters welcome! Fly high and track 24 time zones simultaneously with the new C65 GMT Worldtimer from Christopher Ward.
Christopher Ward is known for its high-quality timepieces that elegantly combine British born style and innovation with Swiss watchmaking skills. Well, the team at Christopher Ward have outdone themselves with their latest timepiece - the NEW C65 GMT Worldtimer.
With this latest release from Christopher Ward, watch enthusiasts can fly high and track 24 time zones simultaneously or see three time zones at a glance using its worldtimer marker.
If you’re someone who travels a lot, you’ll know how important it is to keep tabs on different time zones. While doing the maths in your head isn’t that difficult – jet lag permitting – staying synced with different time zones across the world isn’t the easiest of tasks. Well, now you can now be well informed by simply glancing at your wrist.
Its bi-directional worldtimer bezel is constructed from stainless steel and printed with 24 separate international cities – so by simply aligning your location with your current time you can automatically track other time zones around the world too. Powered by a Swiss-made Sellita SW330 movement, the watch also has a fourth GMT hand which can be set to track a different time zone read against a 24-hour ring at the edge of the dial.
What’s more, the NEW C65 GMT Worldtimer introduces three ‘firsts’ from Christopher Ward:
- It’s the brand’s first watch ever to combine GMT and worldtimer functionality;
- it’s the first time a worldtimer complication has been introduced to the C65 Trident collection;
- and it’s the first time it’s been introduced in an all new black and yellow colour scheme.
In keeping with the slim elegance of 60s-era dive watches – as celebrated by the C65 Trident Collection – the NEW C65 GMT Worldtimer introduces a tool watch that is as stylish as it is useful. This is thanks to the new black and yellow aesthetic with printed indexes, slim ‘light-catcher’ case and vintage inspired ‘glass box’ crystal – reminiscent of 60s dive watch design – all of which are underpinned by a screw-down crown, a new technical inclusion to maintain water-resistance during a dive.
Now let’s move on to the specifics technical specifications that make this watch tick:
- Diameter: 41mm (42mm bezel)
- Height: 12.05mm
- Weight: 71g
- Calibre: Sellita SW330
- Case: 316L stainless steel
- Water resistance: 15 ATM (150 metres)Vibrations: 28,800 per hour (4 Hz)
- Timing tolerance: -20/+20 seconds per day
- Dial colour: Black
- Lume: Super-LumiNova® Grade X1 GL C1
- Lug to lug: 47.1mm
- Strap width: 22mm
And now to look at some of its unique features:
- Swiss made
- 25 jewel self-winding mechanical movement
- 42 hour power reserve
- Dual-time GMT function
- Date calendar
- Central hacking seconds
- Anti-shock system
- Christopher Ward 'Colimacone' finish on rotor
- Brushed and polished marine-grade stainless steel case
- Bi-directional steel bezel with printed international cities and brushed steel/black diamond-like carbon (DLC) finishing
- "Glass box" sapphire crystal
- Screw-down crown stamped with twin-flag motif
- Matte finish dial with twin flags debossed at 12 o'clock
- Yellow and white printed 24-hour ring
- Super-LumiNova® Grade X1 GL C1-filled hands and indexes
- Top-brushed indexes with diamond polished facets
- Signature Trident counter-balance on seconds hand
- Black diamond-like carbon (DLC) "Trident" motif screw-down backplate
- Unique engraved serial number
Tim Vaux gave us his thoughts on the new release:
"There’s a reason why Christopher Ward is adored by many watch collectors around the world; this watch epitomises why. The C65 Trident range offers incredible value for money. The watches are well built, considered and so wearable. I know this because i'm currently wearing one as I write this (review soon!) The inclusion of a GMT complication and the use of a wordtimer bezel makes total sense here and the execution is modern, with just the right amount of colour present to balance out the dial. And for less than £1,000? How can we argue with that?"
Discover the NEW C65 GMT Worldtimer available from £995 from Friday 27th March 2020 here.
About Christopher Ward
Christopher specialises in mechanical and quartz watches that are designed in the UK and manufactured in the home of horology – Biel, Switzerland. They are a leading innovator in the British watch industry, having pioneered its own in-house Swiss movement, Calibre SH21, at a time when no other British watch brand had created a commercially viable in-house movement for 50 years. Like its customers, Christopher Ward truly appreciates what makes a stand-out timepiece.
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