Monday, June 22, 2015

Christopher Ward New Malvern Limited Editions (Summer 2015)

In this summer season, British luxury watch brand Christopher Ward unveils a new series of limited edition options across the classic Malvern range, celebrating 10 years of the iconic model. The new collection of limited editions across the Malvern range is offered in two new and vibrant colour options of ‘Wimbledon’ green and purple, creating a truly distinctive and dynamic presence on the wrist.
C3 Malvern Chronograph MK II – Limited Edition
The launch is a celebration of two quintessential English classics; the Malvern Collection and the Wimbledon tennis tournament that marks the high point of the English summer.
Malvern Automatic MK II – Limited Edition
Each model and strap option is offered in a limited edition of just 100 pieces and the new additions comprise:

  • C3 Malvern Chronograph MK II – Limited Edition 100
  • C5 Malvern Automatic MK II – Limited Edition 100
  • C5 Malvern Quartz MK II – Limited Edition 100
  • C5 Malvern Slimline – Limited Edition 100

The original Malvern C3 and C5 Mark I models were the very first Christopher Ward watches offered to the market in 2005, marking a startling new presence in the industry that immediately incited powerful reviews of the new independent brand’s unprecedented blend of quality and value.
C5 Malvern Quartz MK II – Limited Edition
The characteristic lines of the Malvern Collection have since become an iconic expression of everything the brand stands for.
C5 Malvern Slimline – Limited Edition
Since its original launch the Malvern range has been expanded and refreshed with new options that retain that original spirit of design while adding a sharper contemporary edge – and that has been taken to a new level with these exciting new colour options.

C3 Malvern Chronograph Mk II – Limited Edition
Swiss made
100 piece limited edition
Ronda 5040 Quartz chronograph movement
1/10th second split timing function
Surgical grade stainless steel case (316 L)
Diameter: 39mm; Height: 10.2mm
Unique engraved serial number
Screw-in crown and back plate
Anti-reflective sapphire crystal
SuperLuminova hands and indexes
Galvanic sun-ray effect one-piece dial
Dial Colour: Green or Purple
Embossed alligator pattern Italian leather strap with CW motif clasp (including a green option for the green dial) or stainless steel bracelet option
Water Resistance: 5 ATM / 50 metres

C5 MALVERN AUTOMATIC MK II – LIMITED EDITION
Swiss made
100 piece limited edition
Sellita SW200-1, Self-winding automatic movement
38 hour power reserve, Vibrations: 28,800 vph
Surgical grade stainless steel case (316 L)
Diameter: 39mm; Height: 10.4mm
Unique engraved serial number
Transparent case back
Screw-in crown and back plate
Anti-reflective sapphire crystal
Galvanic sun-ray effect one-piece dial
Dial Colour: Purple or Green
Embossed alligator pattern Italian leather strap with CW motif clasp (including a green option for the green dial) or steel bracelet option
Water Resistance: 5atm/50 metres

C5 Malvern Quartz MK II – Limited Edition
Swiss made
Ronda 515 Quartz movement
Surgical grade stainless steel case (316 L)
Diameter: 39mm; Height: 9.7mm
Unique engraved serial number
Screw-in crown and back plate
Anti-reflective sapphire crystal
Galvanic finish one-piece dial
Dial Colour: Purple or Green
Water Resistance: 50 metres
Embossed alligator pattern Italian leather strap with CW motif clasp (including a green option for the green dial) or stainless steel bracelet option

C5 Malvern Slimline – Limited Edition
Swiss made
100 piece limited edition
ETA 2801-2 Hand-wound mechanical movement
42-hour power reserve; Vibrations: 28,800 vph
Surgical grade stainless steel case (316 L)
Diameter: 40mm; Height: 8.70mm
Unique engraved serial number
Transparent case back
Screw-in back plate
Anti-reflective sapphire crystal
Galvanic sun-ray effect one-piece dial
Dial Colour: Green or Purple
Water Resistance: 3 ATM / 30 metres
Embossed alligator pattern Italian leather with CW motif clasp (black or brown, plus green option for the green dial)

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