Earlier this year, we told you about a brand new model for Christopher Ward, called The Twelve. Turns out we weren’t the only ones entranced by that dial design, as they’ve gone back to the well, and this time they’ve pulled up a brand new version of the Christopher Ward The Twelve, now in 36mm.
What’s great about this is that the new 36mm version is largely the same as the non-chronometer version that was introduced earlier this year (that one was 40mm). It still runs the same movement – a Sellita SW200-1 – and carries the same hardware specs, albeit being smaller and a bit lighter (56g instead of 65g).
There are four colors of the Christopher Ward The Twelve 36 available, with color-matched silicone straps as an option. If you pick one up on a strap, that will be $995, while opting for the integrated steel bracelet is $1,225. Check those out, and the rest of the variants, over at christopherward.com
Tech Specs from Christopher Ward
- Diameter: 36mm
- Height: 9.95mm
- Lug-to-lug: 40.8mm
- Weight: 56g
- Crystal: Sapphire
- Water Resistance: 100m
- Crown: Screw-down
- Back: Screw-down display caseback
- Movement: Sellita SW200-1
- Execution/Finish: Elaboré finish with twin flag pattern over ‘Colimaçoné’ finish on the rotor
- Type: Automatic
- Function: Hour, minute, central second
- Frequency: 4 Hz/ 28,000vph
- Power reserve: 38 hours
- Jewels: 26
- Tolerance: -20/+20 Seconds per day
- The Twelve(36) retails for
- £1,050/$1,225/€1,350 on a bracelet and
- £850/$995/€1,095 with rubber strap.
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