Inside, Christopher Ward is utilizing a COSC licensed Sellita SW-200, which sits beneath a deep stamped caseback, additionally rendered in carbon. The motion matches inside the confines of the dial, which permits peer-through holes between the hour markers that create a bridge over to the rehaut.
The shade of purple discovered on the seconds hand (which, by the way in which, not options the trident at its counter) is matched to the maroon discovered on the berets worn by the Parachute Troopers, and extends to the strap, which is manufactured from #tide ocean materials.
In whole, this watch affords a formidable quantity of bang for the buck, contemplating the carbon case and dial, distinctive crown system, and COSC licensed motion – the $1,130 pre-order worth feels greater than cheap. Shipments ought to start later this month. Christopher Ward.