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Introducing: Christopher Ward C60 #tide

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Many brands have been embracing recycled ocean plastic, which, for many of them, is being provided by #tide Ocean Material. We’ve seen Christopher Ward utilize it in their straps, and now they’ve come up with a very specific watch to feature this committment – the Christopher Ward C60 #tide.

Now, to look at the Christopher Ward C60 #tide, it looks an awful lot like the Christopher Ward C60 Blue and the Chistoper Ward C60 Sapphire before it. And, well, there’s a good reason for it – this is very much the C60 that we’ve had all along (they can’t pivot quite a quickly to wholesale changeups like these folks can). Still, even with that, there are some differences here on the watch.

For starters, the Christopher Ward C60 #tide has a brand new dial. It’s still got the wave pattern to it, but it’s been adjusted a bit, giving it more of a stained glass feel to it (at least, that’s what I felt it was). They’ve also put a new caseback on the watch, featuring the hashtag symbol that is #tide’s identifier. And finally, you’ve got the option to pair one of the #tide straps in there.

Sure, it would have been cool to see the material integrated more, but bigger brands move more slowly, so we have what we have here. If you’ve liked the Christopher Ward C60 before this, you’re going to like this one just as much. For this one, pricing starts at $1,095 and there is also a bracelet option available as well. Our recommendation if you pick one up is to get the bracelet, and pick up the extra straps if you’re so inclined. christopherward.com

Tech Specs from Christopher Ward

  • Calibre – Sellita SW200 COSC
  • Case – Stainless steel
  • Diameter – 42mm
  • Height – 14.10mm
  • Water resistance – 60ATM (600 meters)
  • Vibrations – 28,800 per hour (4Hz)
  • Timing tolerance – -4/+6 seconds per day
  • Lug to lug – 49.32mm
  • Strap width – 22mm
  • Features
    • Swiss made
    • Self-winding 26 jewel mechanical chronometer
    • 38-hour power reserve
    • Date calendar
    • Central hacking seconds
    • Anti-shock system
    • Christopher Ward ‘Colimaçoné’ finish on the rotor
    • Brushed and polished Light-catcherä stainless steel case
    • Unidirectional zirconia (ZrO2) ceramic bezel
    • Anti-reflective sapphire crystal
    • Screw-down deep-stamped 3D backplate with #tide ocean material ring insert
    • Unique engraved serial number
    • Sapphire crystal dial twin-flag matte motif at 12 o’clock
    • Wave pattern on dial printed in Super-LumiNova® Grade X1 BL C1
    • Top-brushed indexes with diamond polished facets
    • Signature Trident counter-balance on seconds hand
    • Super-LumiNova® Grade X1 BL C1-filled hands and indexes
    • Eco-friendly luxury presentation case and owner’s handbook

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