Christopher Ward has launched two new colours for the best-selling C65 Trident GMT watch.
Taking the bold ’60s look introduced by the C65 Trident Diver, the Trident GMT then infuses it with the rugged spirit of the initial GMT watches created for the transatlantic Pan Am pilots of that very same era.
The GMT also features the same brushed and polished 41mm case, 150m water resistance and deep-stamped Trident backplate, but adopts further technical and visual refinements.
Baton indexes at 12 and 6 have replaced the Arabic numerals of the earlier C65, while the removal of millisecond markers on its black dial supply a stripped back feel; a date window has also been added at 3 o’clock. And thanks to the Swiss-made Sellita SW330 – a GMT movement only 4.1mm high – the C65 Trident GMT measures in at a sleek 12.05mm.
Lug to lug: 47.1mm
Brushed and polished marine-grade (316L) stainless steel case
High Definition “Trident” motif screw-down backplate
Unique engraved serial number
Push-in crown stamped with twin flag motif
Unidirectional stainless steel 24hr bezel with blue and red-toned anodised aluminium insert
“Glass box” sapphire crystal
Water resistance: 15 ATM (150 metres)
Calibre: Sellita SW330
25 jewel self-winding elabore-grade mechanical movement
Vibrations: 28,800 per hour (4 Hz)
Timing tolerance: +20/-20 seconds per day
42 hour power reserve
Dual-time GMT function
Central hacking seconds
Matte finish dial
Twin flags debossed at 12 o’clock
White SuperLumiNova® indexes and hands with green emission
Signature Trident counter-balance on seconds hand
Marine-grade stainless steel bracelet with micro-adjustable ratchet clasp
Bracelet width: 22mm
Luxurious presentation case and owner’s handbook