Christopher Ward promotes titanium dive watch into its core collection


Christopher Ward has added the C60 Elite 1000 to its core collection. The titanium dive watch was the fastest-selling watch of all time from the British watchmaker when it was released as a 300 piece limited edition last year.

There are also a few improvements to the limited edition watch. Its movement has been upgraded to a Sellita SW220 COSC with a day date instead of just a date, and the movement is now visible through a clear caseback.


It is sold with the option of a titanium bracelet for the first time (£1,470), or there is the option of a rubber and fabric strap in black or navy (£1,250); matching the two color options for the dial.

“For anybody who missed out on the C60 Trident Elite 1000’s 300-piece run, you’re in luck. The new C60 Elite 1000 features the same Grade 2 titanium case and chronometer-certified movement, but introduces day date functionality, an exhibition caseback and a new black and red colour scheme into the equation – and all in an open series,” the company says.

The 42mm dive watch is chronometer tested and rated water resistant to 1000 metres.

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  1. Nice watch, although pricey for a ‘Ward. Shame the founder who’s name happens to be printed on the dial has quietly left the company, Perhaps worthy of a story Rob?


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