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".
About a year ago, CW introduced the SH21. Now they have expanded the C9 5 Day line up with the new C9 5 Day Small-Second. This new watch features a hand-wound movement with a 5-day power reserve. Protecting the movement is a 40mm hand-finished steel case that is 12.2 mm thick. Above the dial is an anti-reflective sapphire crystal. An AR-coated sapphire crystal is also used on the back of the watch. The dial is white with black roman numeral markers and a classic, railway minute scale. The old-school dial is rounded off with blued steel hands and a small-seconds dial at 6. The movement can offer a 120 hour power reserve thanks to two series-connected barrels. While the company is based in England, the SH21 movement is 100% Swiss made and has 27 jewels, a rate of 4Hz (28,800BPH), and can be viewed through an exhibition caseback. With a 5-day movement, I would have liked to see a power reserve indicator of some sort, but can understand the decision making behind it.
Available directly through their website for $1,785 USD, the Christopher Ward C9 5 Day Small-Second is available with either a blue, black, or brown leather strap and is backed by Christopher Ward's five-year warranty. With a classic appeal and a seriously impressive value proposition, the Christopher Ward C9 5 Day Small-Second Chronometer is another fantastic watch from this company.
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