Christopher Ward's newest watch represents a massive development in the brand. Not only will it replace the current C9 collection over time, but the style and design of the watch will also influence future designs of all Christopher Ward watches across their dress, aviation, dive and motorsport ranges. The watch also features a thinner version of their in-house Calibre SH21. The power reserve indicator is visible at 9 o'clock and is elegantly designed, arguably not interfering with reading the time at all. The case is 40.5mm wide and inspired by the cars of Aston Martin and the Malvern landscape. It will retail for £1,550 (~$1,950).
The newest offering from Christopher Ward is the C9 5-Day Small Seconds. The name gives a large amount of information about the watch, but if you would like to learn even more, just click "read more".
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