While I’ve tended towards the designs coming out of the C63 lineup from Christopher Ward, there’s no denying the appeal of their The Twelve lineup. If you thought their 40mm versions were just a touch too large for your preferences, you’ll be happy to see that there’s now a more compact option. Meet the Christopher Ward The Twelve 36 (Ti).

When you take a look at it, the Christopher Ward The Twelve 36 (Ti) looks quite familiar to the larger versions that preceded it. It has the same textured dial (in three shades) that the 40mm titanium version has, but the date display is omitted. To better fit the proportions of the watch, the indices on the dial have also been slimmed down.

The Christopher Ward The Twelve 36 (Ti) also brings along another first for the series – the first COSC-graded movement. Here, it’s a Sellita SW300-1 COSC keeping you on time throughout your day. Want to get one of these smaller, lighter designs? They’ll be ready for you for £1,595 (on a bracelet) or £1,225 (on a strap) (approx $2,029 / $1,560) over at christopherward.com

Tech Specs

  • Diameter: 36 mm
  • Height: 8.95mm
  • Lug to lug: 40.8 mm
  • Weight: 34g
  • Crystal: Flat sapphire
  • ATM: 10 ATM
  • Crown: Screw-down
  • Movement: Sellita SW 300-1 COSC
  • Type: Automatic
  • Function: Hour, minute, central second
  • Frequency: 4 Hz / 28’800
  • Power reserve: 56 hours
  • Jewels: 25
  • Tolerance: -4/+6 seconds per day

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Last Update: January 22, 2024