Since the presentation of their most punctual watches back in 2005, Christopher Ward has been making incredible steps to bring to the table variety, capacity, and quality in the items they produce. At the very center of their line-up is the Trident assortment, a group of watches that has developed to incorporate an apparently endless determination of jumpers, GMTs, and chronograph watches. Truth be told, it’s somewhat disgusting to genuinely attempt to keep up however in any event, in my psyche, the Trident will consistently be a plunge watch and one that has truly taken care of business for Christopher Ward. This mid year, the brand presented the Christopher Ward C60 Trident Day Date COSC, a restricted release jumper that is probably as simple as you can get while considering a portion of the new models in Christopher Ward’s list. However, with 2017 basically remaining as the undisputed year of the jump watch, should you truly mind all that much?

Right now, the majority of you are likely nonchalantly clearing your path through this survey without really thinking about it. Some of you may very well avoid through it, perhaps looking at the photographs and not in any event, perusing this part. You probably won’t know how you arrived – the web is an unusual spot, I get it. Yet, a ton of you (I know you’re out there) can hardly wait to enlighten us regarding the amount you disdain the new Christopher Ward logo and you may even have a portion of your best images bolted and stacked for the comments segment. All things considered, dread not. We’ll get to that in a spot yet for the time being, I need to state that by and large, I’ve made the most of my experience with the Christopher Ward C60 Trident Day Date COSC and believe there’s a ton of significant worth to consider here.

On paper, the Christopher Ward C60 Trident Day Date COSC may be the principal watch from the brand that truly provoked my curiosity. Beforehand, I had thought that it was hard to move past a portion of the brand’s tasteful decisions, yet the greater part of the watch’s plan components really agreed with me. Also, the watch is heavy, really very much built, and pulls off a cool difficult exercise of serving its wearer as a pleasant instrument watch and a dressy jumper. Quite a bit of this is because of the arm band and case development, which we’ll get into now.


At 43mm wide, the Christopher Ward C60 Trident Day Date COSC’s 316L treated steel case is essentially at my cutoff regarding size – except if we’re looking at something like a Panerai Luminor 1950 3 Days , which I’d thoroughly wear given the opportunity. It’s both brushed and cleaned with an intriguing flare to the carries that bend down and put forth the defense size sensible. While the bezel – with its zirconia fired supplement – doesn’t actually distend past the case limits, I discovered it a delight to work and I’m really appreciative for this plan decision. Every reformist and material “click!” is as great as the following one in its 120-click grouping, which is something I’ve been very reproachful of in my watches lately.

Water opposition is 600m and I’m discovering this increasingly more comical subsequent to seeing how insane far certain brands are taking the subject of water protection from. All things considered, it’s a comforting indication of toughness in our watches, if we like to let it be known. At 104g, you truly feel it on your wrist yet fortunately, the watch is adjusted enough that I could wear it for extensive stretches without feeling any strain. The caseback was additionally flawless, with a profound trident etching that would frequently have an effect at the highest point of my wrist. Perhaps I wear my watches excessively close? At long last, Christopher Ward finishes it off with a level sapphire gem that has in any event a solitary utilization of AR-covering and a pleasant red highlight at the 12 o’clock bezel pip. I wasn’t sufficiently bold to truly manhandle the scratch opposition of both the bezel and the gem, however I’m certain they’ll perform well under extreme conditions.


Here we go… All things considered, I really found the dial of the Christopher Ward C60 Trident Day Date COSC to be more intelligible than I at first envisioned. Brilliantly cleaned, slim mallet hour markers on a white dial with semi-cleaned hands seems like a catastrophe waiting to happen. Be that as it may, I didn’t wind up having an excess of trouble rapidly perusing the time. My main thing from the dial must be the guilloche wave design. This sort of extravagant, conspicuous completing isn’t normally something I care for in watches living under “instrument” umbrella yet I found the execution unpretentious enough that it was satisfying each time it figured out how to get my attention. It additionally took me some time to warm up to the Christopher Ward handset in general – a turning trident on my watch can feel somewhat gimmicky. Notwithstanding, something about the red rendition of the seconds hand felt, kinda cool, and truly flies with the assistance of the white dial.

Both the hour and moment hand include Super-LumiNova SLN-T-C1 and conveyed a delightful gleam in obscurity. They likewise broaden very much into their own relating tracks, so you never truly need to speculate at what you’re taking a gander at. The more basic I am of this, the more I understand that a huge load of watch brands are simply making their hands excessively short. Over at 3 o’clock, we have a pleasantly incorporated day/date window with a cleaned opening. No complaints here (I’m not actually a date window hater) and it was consistently amusing to observe the day and date instrument fit properly directly at 12 PM. It’s in reality lovely noisy, however satisfying.

Dial text is no frills, with “Chronometer 600m/2000ft” down at 6 o’clock and the more current Christopher Ward logo at 9 o’clock. Presently, this logo has been the subject of the absolute most warmed conversations I’ve ever seen since getting into watches. I can say that I additionally fall in a similar camp that discovers it, a bit of baffling. This isn’t really in light of the fact that I think that its lethargic or shoddy. I super preferred a portion of the more seasoned cycles of the logo and would’ve jumped at the chance to see Christopher Ward stay with something. This gets significantly additionally befuddling when you consider a portion of their more current watches that, don’t even truly have ‘Christopher Ward’ on the dial. I simply don’t get it. However, truly, it doesn’t destroy the watch for me to where I have an inclination that I need to seethe vomit on some web discussion, profound fry my console, and eat it. We as a whole realize that Christopher Ward has the ability to create top notch watches (you’d know, in the event that you dealt with one) and I essentially think these are simply developing agonies. It’s a youthful brand that I’ve been eager to follow and they’ll hit the nail on the head, eventually.


The wristband is a territory I thought I’d be baffled with yet I was immediately refuted in the wake of wearing the watch long haul. I’m not generally one for cleaned focus interfaces but rather on the Christopher Ward C60 Trident Day Date COSC, they just fit. Is anything but an excessively high clean, however a level of cleaning that fits perfectly with the case and other brushed components found all through the watch. Estimating wasn’t awfully troublesome however I would have wanted to see screw-set connections on a watch in this cost range.

It’s likewise 22mm, tightens to about 20mm, and has a decent three-crease fasten. Here, Christopher Ward likewise incorporates a plunge augmentation instrument, which is something you never truly will in general focus on until you at long last use it during day by day wear. Everything fits and there’s a decent reconciliation with the case. My solitary complaint – and this could be interesting to the press test I was furnished with – was a periodic squeaking sound coming from some place on the wristband as I’d move my wrist around. This isn’t actually a serious deal, however something I saw subsequent to wearing the watch for a while.


Powering the watch is an ETA 2836-2 tried and affirmed by COSC to perform inside the scope of – 4/+6 seconds out of each day in various positions and temperatures. They even remember the COSC desk work for the bundling, which is a decent touch. I can likewise like the extra cost that Christopher Ward brings about when sending these developments for testing and confirmation. It isn’t actually a drive-through cycle and thinking about the watch’s value, I think Christopher Ward is putting forth a valiant effort to convey something important here. Just 200 of these watches are being sold, so it’s obvious that the brand is sending developments over in little clumps for COSC certification.

There isn’t a lot to state about the ETA 2836-2 that hasn’t been said as of now. It’s trustworthy and the additional COSC accreditation settles on it a strong decision for the Trident, or any watch (I did it! I didn’t state “workhorse!”). Specs are plain as potatoes however I’ll simply say that it’s a beautiful normal ETA development with 25 gems and a 4Hz operational recurrence. Force hold is 38 hours. There’s no tenacity to the crown activity, hacking and hand-winding turn out great, and the example I was depended with ran at around +2 seconds of the day. Not awful. This is actually what I’d need in a jump watch.


Like a ton of more youthful brands, Christopher Ward has a long, daunting task available for them. With no old-world watchmaking history or brand provenance, each and every move they cause will to be met with extensive examination on account of extremely, basic aficionados. However, isn’t that the most ideal approach to become your brand?

Aside from the issues I called attention to, the Christopher Ward C60 Trident Day Date COSC was an extremely satisfying watch to wear. Without a doubt, I’d change a few things, however subsequent to perusing their list once more, I think this is the plunge watch worth hopping on in case you’re interested about getting into the brand. Possibly it’s the muscular case, hyper-responsive bezel activity, or the wristband’s bank vault assemble quality. Whatever it is, I met the watch with a grin each time I peered down at my wrist, regardless of whether I was analyzing it through a basic focal point. What’s more, as dressy as it could be, this thing would slaughter it on a NATO or one of the fancier elastic lashes Christopher Ward offers through their web store. The Christopher Ward C60 Trident Day Date COSC is restricted to 200 pieces and presently accessible at the cost of $1,100.

Necessary Data

>Brand: Christopher Ward

>Model: C60 Trident Day Date COSC

>Price: $1,100

>Size: 43mm wide

>Would analyst actually wear it: Yeah. This thing’s a mother lode with bread roll wheels.

>Friend we’d recommend it to first: Dive watch sweetheart that’s disappointed with today’s microbrand contributions and looking for an extraordinary worth piece with a fun design.

>Best normal for watch: COSC-guaranteed development, powerful case development, in addition to the look and feel of the watch’s zirconia clay bezel.

>Worst normal for watch: Logo text, noisiness coming from the wristband, and the polarizing handset.