Description: C63 Sealander Automatic, Diameter: 39mm, Height: 11.25mm, Weight: 61g, Lug to lug: 45.80mm, Case: Stainless steel, Crystal: Sapphire, Dial color: Blue, Depth rating: 15 ATM, Movement: Sellita SW200-1 with Elaboré ‘Colimaçoné’ finish. Functions: Hour, minute, central seconds, date, Power reserve 38 hours, Vibrations: 4hz / 28,800 vibrations per hour, Timing tolerance: +20/-20 seconds per day, Self-winding 26 jewel mechanical movement, Anti-shock system, Twin-flag engraving over,‘Colimaçoné’ finish on the rotor, Super-LumiNova Grade® X1 BL C1 hands, indexes, Top-brushed indexes with diamond polished facets, Brushed and polished hands, Signature Trident counter-balance on seconds hand, Brushed and polished marine-grade stainless steel case, Circular brushed and polished fixed steel bezel, Anti-reflective sapphire crystal, Screwdown, display caseback, Embossed screw-down crown, 150m water resistance, Unique engraved serial number, Stainless polished steel bracelet
Condition: New with original box and papers.
Shipping: Free shipping on all orders. Two-day delivery anywhere in the United States for all purchases over two thousand dollars and ground delivery for all other orders.
Story: Christopher Ward is a brand about people, and their ambitions and ideas. Founded in a boat on the River Thames in 2004, by Chris Ward, Mike France and Peter Ellis, the concept was about making quality Swiss watches accessible to a large sector of the population. While Chris Ward had the watchmaking expertise, Mike France and Peter Ellis had the retail expertise that led to a seamless online sales process and a clever use of online media, working with blogs, video and forums. These techniques enable them to reduce the cost of marketing so that the prices of their watches reflect manufacturing costs and not the costs of advertising, testimonials and so forth. Johannes Jahnke is the watchmaker at Synergies Horlogères who designed the SH21 movement used in the C9 Harrison 5 Day Automatic. Just 31 (2014), he was discovered by Jörg Bader, founder of Synergies Horlogères, seven years ago. Bader’s company has now merged with Christopher Ward, giving the brand the capacity to build its own movements as it wishes. This doesn’t mean that they make all the components, but they tailor and assemble parts from a number of Swiss suppliers.
Every Watch Has a Story is in no way affiliated with Christopher Ward and does not claim to be. We simply love their products and make them available to our customers who enjoy surrounding themselves with the best of the best.