Monday, February 1, 2016

Christopher Ward C60 Trident Titanium Pro 600 Variations

Alongside the launch of the C60 Trident Chronograph Pro 600 the Trident Collection is further enhanced by the launch of two new models in titanium, the first use of this extraordinary metal in the Trident range. Combining the lightness and strength of titanium with the precision engineering of the C60 Trident Pro 600 (43mm) has resulted in two new dive options offered in two arresting colour options, injecting a darker edge into the Trident Collection.

C60 Trident Titanium Pro 600 Variation #1
The darker hue on the two-tone brushed grey titanium case results from a diamond-like-carbon (DLC) finish and is complemented by the matt ceramic insert of the bezel, matt grey titanium indexes and hands - which are filled with blue emission SuperLuminova™ - and the warm grey printing of the minute track and brand logo.
The new C60 Trident Titanium Pro 600 Variation #1 is offered with options of a titanium bracelet (£995), a rubber touch leather strap with titanium buckle (£750), and a high-density rubber strap with titanium buckle (£750).

Technical details
Model: C60 Trident Titanium Pro 600 Variation #1, Swiss Made

Movement
Calibre: ETA 2824-2 / Sellita SW200-1
Self-winding mechanical movement
38-hour power reserve
Anti-shock system
Vibrations: 28.800 per hour

Functions
Date calendar
Central hacking seconds

Case
Titanium grade 2 case
Diameter: 43mm | Height: 13.30mm
Case weight: 75 g
 Uni-directional ceramic bezel
Water resistant to 600m/ 2000ft
Screw-in deep-stamped 3D back plate
Screw-in crown
Unique engraved serial number
3.44mm anti-reflective sapphire crystal   

Dial
Matt black one piece dial
SuperLuminova blue emission indicies, bezel markers and hands
Signature Trident counter-balance

Strap
Rubber touch leather strap with black or red stitching and titanium buckle; titanium bracelet; high density rubber strap with titanium buckle
Strap width: 22mm

Packaging
Presentation case and owner's handbook

Retail Price
Titanium Bracelet: £995 / Rubber Strap: £750 / Leather Strap: £750

C60 Trident Titanium Pro 600 Variation #2
The brooding black 43mm case of Trident Titanium #2 is relieved by the sharp white lume of the indexes, hands and numerals of the mattblack ceramic bezel. The option of the PVD black titanium bracelet offers the most full-one expression of the model’s tongue-in-cheek ‘Black ops’ appeal, but this bold new arrival is a deep diving thoroughbred.
Variation #2 enjoys a precision-engineered fluidity of line that would benefit any water bound covert operation. The new C60 Trident Titanium Pro 600 Variation #2is offered with options of a PVD titanium bracelet (£1,025), a high density rubber strap with titanium buckle (£775), and a rubber touch leather strap with black titanium buckle (£775).

Technical details
Model: C60 Trident Titanium Pro 600 Variation #2, Swiss Made

Movement
Calibre: ETA 2824-2 / Sellita SW200-1
Vibrations: 28.800 per hour
Self-winding mechanical movement
38-hour power reserve
Anti-shock system

Functions
Date calendar
Central hacking seconds

Case
Titanium grade 2 case
Diameter: 43mm | Height: 13.30mm
Case weight: 75 g
Uni-directional ceramic bezel
Screw-in deep-stamped 3D back plate
Screw-in crown
Unique engraved serial number
3.44mm anti-reflective sapphire crystal

Dial
Matt black one piece dial
SuperLuminova blue emission indices, bezel markers and hands
Signature Trident counter-balance

Strap
Rubber touch leather strap with black or red stitching and titanium buckle: PVD black titanium bracelet; high density rubber strap with black titanium buckle
Strap width: 22mm

Packaging
Presentation case and owner's handbook

Retail Price
PVD Black Titanium Bracelet: £1,025 / Rubber Strap: £775 / Leather Strap: £775

The new C60 Trident Titanium Pro 600 Variations (#1 and #2) are available on Pre-order for delivery in mid-March, exclusively from Christopher ward website

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