Christopher Ward has launched a new, 36 mm version of The Twelve, the brand’s bestselling integrated sports watch.
As the name suggests, this sport-chic timekeeper features a 36mm diameter stainless steel case with dodecagonal bezel with brushed, sandblasted and highly polished surfaces.
The Twelve (36) boasts the same textured 3D dial as the original 40mm, but unlike its big brother, has no date window.
Four dial colour options are available: Alta White, Glacier Blue, Frosted Lichen and Nordic Blue.
Fitted with screw-down crown, sapphire crystal glass, and screw-down case-back with exhibition glass, this 36mm Christopher Ward watch is water-resistant up to 100 meters.
Each timepiece houses the venerable Sellita SW200-1 movement, which can be admired through the sapphire crystal case-back.
The Twelve (36) is available on a highly finished, single-link, integrated bracelet featuring a pleasing taper and a seamless, hidden, butterfly clasp.
The watches are also available on four matching lightweight rubber straps. With the help of quick-release system, the wearer can easily swap between the bracelet and rubber straps.
Model: Christopher Ward The Twelve (36)
Stainless steel case
Back: Screw-down display caseback
Water resistance: 100m
Nordic Blue/ Glacier Blue/ Alta White/ Frosted Lichen
Automatic Calibre Sellita SW200-1
Execution/Finish: Elaboré finish with twin flag pattern over ‘Colimaçoné’ finish on the rotor
Frequency: 4 Hz/ 28,000vph
Tolerance: -20/+20 Seconds per day
Power reserve: 38 hours
Hour, minute, central second
Suggested retail price
£1,050/ $1,225/ €1,350 on a bracelet
£850/ $995/ €1,095 with rubber strap