There really isn't much to write about on the front of watches, even less since we are still rolling away from Baselworld. As a result, since I don't want to give you another Hublot LE, I will write about this new Christopher Ward, the C8 P7350 Chronometer (which, ironically enough, is a limited edition of 75). The 44mm watch is based on one used in a P7 cockpit, which is mirrored in the name. The design is so similar, that C.W. chose to match the original fonts and colors of the indexes on the dial. The case is matte black coated in either PVD or DLC (not specified). The dial will glow with two different colors thanks to C5 and C1 lume, you can tell which is which in the above picture (and bottom picture). The caseback protects a piece of metal from a P7 plane, protected by a sapphire crystal and engraved with a silhouette. The movement is a hand-wound, small-seconds version of C.W.'s in-house CH21 movement. The watch has a power reserve of 120 hours and is COSC certified. christopherward.com
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