Just last week, Christopher Ward announced a new version of their very accomplished C60 model. It’s always been a dive watch, and now they’re announcing the inspiration for it very clearly with the Christopher Ward C60 Atoll 300.
At it’s core, the Christopher Ward C60 Atoll 300 is quite similar to other C60 300’s we’ve seen come before. A 40mm case protecting a Sellita SW200-1 movement, 300m WR rating, and a cleanly legible dial. The first big and noticeable change is on the dial. For this, you’ve got a gradient dial in either white or blue (our favorite), that also shows off a color-matched date disc.
While there’s plenty of lume on the dial and hands, the bezel of the Christopher Ward C60 Atoll 300 is the cleanly sporty all-steel style, with raised numerals that are polished, setting off against the sandblasted finish of the rest of the bezel. If you want to pick one of these up, they’re going for $895 on a colorful (and tapered) strap, or $1,095 on the sublime steel bracelet. Check them out, and the remainder of the C60 collection, directly over at christopherward.com.
Tech Specs from Christopher Ward
- Diameter: 40.0 mm
- Height: 11.4 mm
- Lug to lug: 47.5 mm
- Weight: 95g
- Strap width: 20.00 mm
- Case Material: Steel
- Bezel: 120 clicks
- Crystal: Flat top sapphire
- ATM: 30 ATM
- Crown: Screw-down
- Model: Sellita SW200-1
- Execution/Finish: Élaboré finish with twin flag pattern engraved into the rotor
- Type: Automatic
- Function: Hour, minute, central second, date
- Diameter: 25.60 mm
- Height: 4.60 mm
- Frequency: 4 Hz / 28’800 vibration per hour
- Power reserve: 38 hours
- Jewels: 26
- Tolerance: + 20/-20 seconds per day