Christopher Ward has really been on a roll as of late. While I’ve been partial to their C63 Sealander GMT (reviewed here) and the C65 Sandhurst (reviewed here), today, we’re seeing a brand-new trio of watches hitting their C65 lineup, which speaks more to a military utilitarianism. With the Christopher Ward C65 Dune collection, you also get a bit of a vintage look as well.

The vintage looks for the Christopher Ward C65 Dune collection comes primarily from the thinner case with the boxed sapphire crystal that rises up from it. On the dial, you’ve got the C65 handset, and a set of applied indices that are, how should we say it. Very familiar. They’re iconic, and they’ll definitely look smart.

For this release, there are three watches that make up the collection. You’ve got the C65 Dune Automatic in a 38mm steel case and a Sellita SW200-1 movement, the C65 Dune Bronze with a Sellita SW200 COSC tucked into the bronze case, and the C65 Dune GMT LE that relies on the Sellita SW330-2 GMT movement.

The whole of the Christopher Ward C65 Dune collection is cohesive, and you can definitely see how they’re related. In terms of pricing, there is a variety, with pricing starting at:

  • C65 Dune Automatic: $850
  • C65 Dune Bronze: $1,065
  • C65 Dune GMT LE: $1,195

If you’re looking to pick any of these up (only the GMT is a limited-edition), head on over to and make your choices among the models and the dial colors available in the various models.

ByPatrick Kansa

A big data developer and leader with a penchant for gadgets, books, watches and beverages. You can find my work on WristWatchReview, Knapsack.News, and Slushpile. If you're on Twitter and/or Instagram, you'll find me there as @PatrickWatches.

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