Christopher Ward C60 Trident Pro 600 Automatic New Model in Stainless Steel case, Blue Ceramic Bezel and Blue Guilloche Wave Pattern Dial

British premium watch brand Christopher Ward updates its bestselling dive collection with a new version of the C60 Trident Pro 600 with an all-blue ceramic bezel and guilloche wave-pattern dial.

Water-resistant up to 600m/2000ft, the marine-grade stainless steel watch case features embossed screw-in crown, unidirectional zirconia ceramic bezel, 3.4mm anti-reflective sapphire crystal front glass and screwed down caseback engraved with brand name and model details.

The new C60 Trident Pro 600 Blue is powered by the Sellita SW200-1, a self-winding mechanical movement with a 38-hour power reserve.  This new piece will be priced between £640 – £725 and will be available on a marine-grade stainless steel bracelet or a rubber, soft touch leather or Nylon NATO strap.

Technical details
Model: C60 Trident Pro 600 Blue
Origin: Swiss made

Movement
Sellita SW200-1 Self-winding mechanical movement
38-hour power reserve
Date calendar
Central hacking seconds
Anti-shock system
Vibrations: 28,800 per hour
Timing tolerance: +/- 20 seconds per day

Case
Marine-grade, stainless steel case
Embossed screw-in crown
Unidirectional zirconia ceramic bezel
3.4mm anti-reflective sapphire crystal
Screw-down deep-stamped 3D backplate
Unique engraved serial number
Diameter: 43mm
Height: 13.3mm
Case weight: 104g/ Timepiece weight with 21cm bracelet: 203g
Lug to Lug width: 51.5mm
Water resistance: 60 ATM (600 metres)

Dial
Guilloche wave pattern dial
Dial colour: Blue
Super-Luminova indexes and hands
Signature Trident counter-balance on seconds hand
Lume: SuperLuminova SLN-T-C1

Packaging
Luxury presentation case and owner’s handbook

Strap
Strap width: 22mm
Rubber, soft touch leather & nylon straps
Stainless steel bracelet

Retail price
£640 for rubber, soft touch leather & nylon straps / £725 for stainless steel bracelet

 

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.