Christopher Ward C60 Trident COSC

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russ_b28
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Re: Christopher Ward C60 Trident COSC

Post by russ_b28 » Sat Feb 23, 2013 12:50 pm

I'm very impressed with several of the CW models and this is one of them. Personally I would go for the non COSC version if I were to buy one new. I'm not enough of an accuracy fanatic to justify the extra cost.
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Re: Christopher Ward C60 Trident COSC

Post by 3flushes » Sat Feb 23, 2013 12:59 pm

I really like CW, IMO one of the best values on the market. This watch is a great example. Chronometre grade 2824 COSC certified, true diver, 300m water resistance, 42mm case with a nice dial aperture, not all bezel, beefy bracelet with divers' extension for $1000! Sign me up.
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Re: Christopher Ward C60 Trident COSC

Post by eddiea » Sat Feb 23, 2013 1:08 pm

3flushes wrote:I really like CW, IMO one of the best values on the market. This watch is a great example. Chronometre grade 2824 COSC certified, true diver, 300m water resistance, 42mm case with a nice dial aperture, not all bezel, beefy bracelet with divers' extension for $1000! Sign me up.
IMO , they used to be a better value...prices had go up significantly, still a nicely made watch.
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Re: Christopher Ward C60 Trident COSC

Post by 3flushes » Tue Feb 26, 2013 12:46 pm

eddiea wrote:IMO , they used to be a better value...prices had go up significantly, still a nicely made watch.

Nothing's coming down I guess; I was really speaking price relative to other brands- for what you're getting, I think it's a pretty good deal in the current market.
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