The twelve 36 ti 4

Introducing The Twelve in lightweight titanium by Christopher Ward

Successful steel range loses weight.

Christopher Ward is building on the successful launch last year of its steel-on-steel luxury sports watch collection, The Twelve, with a slew of fresh models in titanium.

The Twelve (Ti) models come in either 36mm or 40mm sizes with textured dials in colours described as Cosmic Purple, Nardus Green, and Lagoon Blue.

40mm versions of the three-handers come with a date display while the 36mm models are without.

They all come on titanium single-link bracelets that can swapped without tools for a broad range of rubber straps.

The twelve mineral blue
The twelve ti aurora green
The twelve 36 frosted lavender
The twelve 36 ti nardus green
The twelve 36 ti cosmic purple
The twelve 36 ti lagoon blue

Both sizes have exhibition case backs exposing COSC-certified Sellita automatic movements with Christopher Ward rotors.

Three versions of The Twelve 36 (Ti) are on sale today for £1,595 on a bracelet or £1,225 on the rubber strap.

40mm models in titanium cost £1,595 on the bracelet or £1,225 on a strap.

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  1. I own a Ukranian war watch from two years ago. It keeps time beautifully and looks great with its finishing touches. Problem is, I am not currently in the market for a new watch. But, it’s nice to know I can get a quality Swiss watch for under $2,000 dollars. Rolex, Omega etc. take heed!

  2. I think the 12 ti in purple is beautiful and at only 9mm thick it’s perfect.

    But I can’t get behind these micro brands as they have no inherent value behind their units aside from manufacturing cost. There’s no reason this watch deserves to be £1600. That’s an insane markup from a brand no one cares about. It’s only at that price point because that’s what they TELL you it’s worth, not because it actually is.

    Still, it’s a pretty watch, lol

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