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  1. The world’s most accurate chronograph movement, the ETA 251.264, meets an Aston Martin inspired design at a world-beating price. This special buy limited edition, created especially for our July Sale, is £300 below the price it would normally be as we want to (gear!) shift the last of our 251.264 movements. But hurry, with only 350 pieces you’ll need to be as fast as a DB4 Zagato to secure one! Power. Precision. Rarity If ever a watch was defined by its movement, then the C65 AM GT Limited Edition is it. The COSC-certified ETA 251.264 calibre represents the apex of quartz timekeeping technology, with a tolerance of just -10/+10 seconds per year (0.027 seconds a day). Used only in our elite racing chronographs before, when we realised stocks of the movement were low – and we wouldn’t be able to get more – we set out to create a watch that fulfilled its potential. And at a truly accessible price. That watch is the new C65 AM GT Limited Edition. This is a timepiece steeped in automotive history. Instead of the traditional ‘12-hour’ design, its dial has a speedo aesthetic influenced by the dashboard of the Aston Martin DB4 Zagato. Thanks to the power of the ETA 251.264, there’s a wealth of timing options. From the centre-stop seconds function to the 60-minute and 12-hour counters – plus the 1/10 seconds register – everything is covered. There’s also a tachymeter bezel to calculate the speed of passing vehicles when you’re trackside. Though with only 350 in existence – and now with an exclusive 40 percent off its planned price – you’ll have to quick off the grid to get yours. ETA 251.264 Quartz Chronograph One of the most accurate quartz chronographs on the market, this COSC-certified ETA 251.264 boasts a tolerance of just -10/+10 seconds per year (0.027 seconds a day). And its thermo-compensated structure means extreme heat won’t affect its accuracy either. As a chronograph it has few equals, and offers a wide range of timing functions. Aside from telling the time, it has both 60-minute and 12-hour subdials, plus a 1/10 seconds register. There’s also a centre-stop seconds function and a date wheel. Technical Case Model: C65 Size: 41mm Dial Colour: Black Case Material: Stainless steel Case Colour: Steel Bezel Colour: Steel Height: 12.20mm Lug-to-Lug: 47.12mm Case Weight: 75g Weight inc Bracelet: 100g Water Resistance: 15 ATM (150m) Movement: ETA 251.264 Power Reserve: 72 months No. of Jewels: 27 Complication Type: Chronograph Vibrations: 28,800 p/hr (4Hz) Timing Tolerance: +/-10 sec p/year Lume: SLN GL C1 Strap Size: 22mm Strap Material: Rubber Strap Colour: Black red Features Limited edition of 350 pieces Swiss made 27 jewel quartz chronograph chronometer 72-month power reserve Hour, minute, small second, date, centre stop second (1/1 sec), 60 minute counter, 12 hours counter, tenths second counter 316L stainless steel case Aluminium bezel with 5 minute markers Deep-stamped screw-down backplate Screw-down crown Unique engraved serial number Tri-compax dial layout Anti-reflective flat sapphire crystal Super-LumiNova® Grade X1 GL C1-filled hands and indexes Cordura® and rubber hybrid waterproof strap with 'Christopher Ward' engraved buckle and quick-release pins for easy changing Eco-friendly luxury presentation case and owner's handbook
  2. The world’s most accurate chronograph movement, the ETA 251.264, meets an Aston Martin inspired design at a world-beating price. This special buy limited edition, created especially for our July Sale, is £300 below the price it would normally be as we want to (gear!) shift the last of our 251.264 movements. But hurry, with only 350 pieces you’ll need to be as fast as a DB4 Zagato to secure one! Power. Precision. Rarity If ever a watch was defined by its movement, then the C65 AM GT Limited Edition is it. The COSC-certified ETA 251.264 calibre represents the apex of quartz timekeeping technology, with a tolerance of just -10/+10 seconds per year (0.027 seconds a day). Used only in our elite racing chronographs before, when we realised stocks of the movement were low – and we wouldn’t be able to get more – we set out to create a watch that fulfilled its potential. And at a truly accessible price. That watch is the new C65 AM GT Limited Edition. This is a timepiece steeped in automotive history. Instead of the traditional ‘12-hour’ design, its dial has a speedo aesthetic influenced by the dashboard of the Aston Martin DB4 Zagato. Thanks to the power of the ETA 251.264, there’s a wealth of timing options. From the centre-stop seconds function to the 60-minute and 12-hour counters – plus the 1/10 seconds register – everything is covered. There’s also a tachymeter bezel to calculate the speed of passing vehicles when you’re trackside. Though with only 350 in existence – and now with an exclusive 40 percent off its planned price – you’ll have to quick off the grid to get yours. ETA 251.264 Quartz Chronograph One of the most accurate quartz chronographs on the market, this COSC-certified ETA 251.264 boasts a tolerance of just -10/+10 seconds per year (0.027 seconds a day). And its thermo-compensated structure means extreme heat won’t affect its accuracy either. As a chronograph it has few equals, and offers a wide range of timing functions. Aside from telling the time, it has both 60-minute and 12-hour subdials, plus a 1/10 seconds register. There’s also a centre-stop seconds function and a date wheel. Technical Case Model: C65 Size: 41mm Dial Colour: Black Case Material: Stainless steel Case Colour: Steel Bezel Colour: Steel Height: 12.20mm Lug-to-Lug: 47.12mm Case Weight: 75g Weight inc Bracelet: 100g Water Resistance: 15 ATM (150m) Movement: ETA 251.264 Power Reserve: 72 months No. of Jewels: 27 Complication Type: Chronograph Vibrations: 28,800 p/hr (4Hz) Timing Tolerance: +/-10 sec p/year Lume: SLN GL C1 Strap Size: 22mm Strap Material: Rubber Strap Colour: Black red Features Limited edition of 350 pieces Swiss made 27 jewel quartz chronograph chronometer 72-month power reserve Hour, minute, small second, date, centre stop second (1/1 sec), 60 minute counter, 12 hours counter, tenths second counter 316L stainless steel case Aluminium bezel with 5 minute markers Deep-stamped screw-down backplate Screw-down crown Unique engraved serial number Tri-compax dial layout Anti-reflective flat sapphire crystal Super-LumiNova® Grade X1 GL C1-filled hands and indexes Cordura® and rubber hybrid waterproof strap with 'Christopher Ward' engraved buckle and quick-release pins for easy changing Eco-friendly luxury presentation case and owner's handbook View full record
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  7. Following the launch of the C65 Trident Classic Mk II, we were left with 175 C65 Mk I cases at Christopher Ward HQ. Rather than store them away, we decided to use them as a starting point for a beautiful timepiece. That watch is the C65 Mk I Special Limited Edition, complete with stunning blue, white and orange colour scheme, and soon-to-be-discontinued ‘Chr. Ward’ logo. But remember, there’s only 175 to go round. Description The C65 has always been one of our most handsome dress watches, and this version is no exception. The matt-blue dial contrasts perfectly with the white indexes, but it’s the orange second hand (complete with Trident logo on the counterbalance) that makes it really stand out. The brushed-steel 43mm case provides a subtle frame for the dial, while the Trident logo, embossed on the back, confirms its diving-watch DNA. This will be the last new watch with the ‘Chr.Ward’ logo, so it’ll also provide a nostalgic reminder of Christopher Ward’s journey so far. Movement Swiss movement manufacturer Sellita started as an outsourced manufacturer of ETA’s 2824-2 movement. Changes in the industry, and the expiry of IP rights associated with the 2824, led to Sellita developing its own virtually identical version, the SW200-1. The only real difference is the addition of a 26th jewel which sits just below the ratchet wheel and reduces friction associated with automatic winding. Technical Diameter: 43mm Height: 10.4mm Calibre: Sellita SW200-1/ ETA 2824 (stock dependant) Strap: Leather Water Resistance: 15 ATM (150 metres) Vibrations: 28,800 per hour Lug to Lug: 51.5mm Features Limited edition of 175 pieces Swiss Made Self-winding automatic movement 38 hour power reserve 43mm marine-grade 316L brushed stainless steel case SuperLuminova indexes and hands 4mm anti-reflective sapphire crystal High Definition “Trident” motif back-plate Unique engraved serial number Embossed Alligator Pattern Italian leather strap Beautiful presentation case and owner’s manual Release date: 7 June 2016
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