Christopher Ward adds fighting force to its armoury with new C60 Lympstone


Christopher Ward has incorporated more fighting power into its Military Collection with the new C60 Lympstone.

The new model joins the brand’s Ministry of Defence licensed Military Collection in honour of the Royal Marines.


The addition also marks the collection’s one year anniversary.

A modern dive and survival watch, named after the Royal Marines’ Commando Training Centre at Lympstone in Devon, Christopher Ward says the new C60 Lympstone embodies the energy, spirit and values of its recruits.

Designed for action and adventure lovers, the watch is forged from steel and carbon and has been built to withstand the toughest of conditions, on land or at sea.

It’s also water resistant to 600m, delivers unrivalled accuracy thanks to its certified-chronometer movement, and should you find yourself in unchartered territory, the inner-compass bezel will see you safely back to base.

Commenting on the release, Mike France, CEO & co-founder at Christopher Ward said: “The Royal Marines are one of the most respected fighting forces in the world. To create a watch for them is an incredible honour. We were so proud when they gave it the go-ahead”.

The new timepiece has been priced at £875.

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