On May 1st, Christopher Ward presented their C60 Trident Elite 1000 Limited Edition just as the C60 Trident Pro 600, and the C60 Trident GMT 600 as a feature of their Trident 3 collection.

This assortment has been refreshed for the 10th commemoration of the Trident plunge watch arrangement. The Trident is a smash hit for the UK brand, and with these new models, Christopher Ward shows what they’re fit for doing. As indicated by Mike France, CEO and fellow benefactor of Christopher Ward. We got the hardest rendition of the three new models, the C60 Trident Elite 1000 restricted version and gave it a try.

C60 Trident Elite 1000 Limited Edition

A while back, Gerard did a survey of the Christopher Ward C65 Trident where he likewise gave you some foundation on the company. You can discover his audit here . Where his C65 was a pretty much a watch with some jump watch impacts, the C60 is the genuine article in the event that you might want to go into the water. Before I proceed with the audit, let me share a few realities given by Christopher Ward on this new C60 Trident Elite 1000 Limited Edition.

Apparently, Christopher Ward made a few updates to the entirety of the C60 Trident assortment. Among others, they redesigned the lumed leaves behind SuperLumiNova X1-GL-C1 for better perceivability in low-light conditions than previously. As indicated by Christopher Ward, this was done dependent on input from their clients. One of the beneficial things of selling straightforwardly is that you are likewise in contact with the client and get unfiltered input. Christopher Ward likewise concocted some new sizes for the C60, they have diminished from 43mm to 42mm, yet in addition offer 38mm and 40mm estimated models. In spite of the fact that I wouldn’t have issues with a 43mm watch myself, I can see a 40mm and 42mm as more flexible. Moreover, the bezel, case, crown and wristband and ties have gotten an update. I can’t comment on the past variant of the C60 as I never had or attempted one, so I don’t remember a comparison for this review.

Limited Edition

This best of the best C60 Trident Elite 1000 is restricted to 300 pieces just, around the world. I don’t need to go into the entire restricted release conversation here, however the reasons that brands have for making (more) restricted versions are moderately basic as I would see it. It is possible that they need to make a specific energy to offer and sell watches (and ensure individuals will be after them because of the time pressure), perhaps they aren’t ready to sell more than 300 (I can’t envision this for Christopher Ward, yet clearly for some different brands this is pertinent), or they simply need to offer something unique temporarily for their devoted fans. I accept by and large, the principal reason is pertinent. I learnt not to be truly blinded by this. I either like a watch or I don’t, the way that it is a restricted version doesn’t change that for me, and I likewise make an effort not to be defenseless for the time pressure when another restricted release is announced.

In any case, this is a restricted version of 300 pieces and the number is engraved on the titanium case back. As you can find in the image beneath, this 004/300 for instance. In the middle is this Trident logo in bas help just as the brand and model name. Other data on the watch (Swiss Made, Titanium case, water opposition and the reference number) is engraved as well.

Inside the Chistopher Ward C60 Trident 1000 Elite is a Sellita fueled development type SW200. You can’t see it because of the shut case back, yet clearly, Christopher Ward had an uncommon snailing (Colimaçoné) finish applied to the rotor. The development has 38 hours of force save and is as a rule a solid and dependable development. All significant development details can be found in the particulars outline toward the finish of this article. On the wrist, the watch kept exact time and I have no particulars to impart to you on this. It simply does what it ought to do, and that’s entirely fine at a watch in this cost range. You simply need a development to perform dependably. Christopher Ward had the development chronometer confirmed (by COSC) to ensure at any rate a presentation with a deviation no greater than – 4/+6 seconds of the day on average.

On The Wrist

I am quite used to wearing 42mm watches, yet there are a couple of titanium watches in my own assortment. Wearing titanium in every case needs some receiving from my side, as the material is light-weight and barely recognizable on the wrist concerning the weight. I don’t need to be or sound vainglorious, however since ongoing years I am additionally wearing some gold watches and I really got somewhat used to those loads and feel entirely comfortable with it. Titanium in some cases feels a piece ‘unnatural’ as far as I might be concerned, as the weight frequently doesn’t relate with the size or measurements of the watch. In any case, I can likewise see the favorable circumstances, obviously. The Christopher Ward C60 Trident 1000 Elite restricted release is made of evaluation 2 titanium, which is somewhat more obscure than the evaluation 5 titanium, for instance. I do like the shade of titanium, I concede. A common misconception is that titanium is additionally more impervious to scratches. This isn’t the situation, it very well may be more grounded than steel yet it unquestionably isn’t scratch proof.

I like the blue and orange shading plan of the Christopher Ward C60 Trident Elite 1000 watch (yet there’s a however later). Christopher Ward likewise ensured that these tones are utilized in the cordura and elastic crossover waterproof strap.  It feels comfortable on the wrist without a doubt, and you can really bring it into the water (plunging watches on cowhide ties don’t sound good to me). It utilizes a specific construction within that keeps the lash set up on your wrist, much under wet conditions. You will likewise locate a fast delivery framework for the lash, as can be seen underneath. You don’t need to utilize (Bergeon!) apparatuses to eliminate a lash yourself.

There’s a titanium pin clasp to securely bolt the lash. I’ve composed ordinarily effectively that I incline toward a pin clasp over a collapsing fasten. Essentially in light of the fact that a tie with a collapsing fasten will in general become too bulky.

Technical Features

Wearing this C60 Trident Elite 1000 made me rapidly understand that there’s a lot of detail in this watch. Furthermore, maybe considerably more significant for a ton of people, some intriguing specialized subtleties. To begin with the last mentioned: it is – as referenced – made of the erosion free titanium material, the watch has an earthenware uni-directional bezel, a programmed helium get away from valve, a thick 3.8mm sapphire gem, high-grade Super-LumiNova lume applied to the dial, hands and bezel, hacking seconds and a screw-down crown. A watch that should be water impervious to a 1000 meters, obviously, necessities to have a portion of these highlights, however it is very intriguing that Christopher Ward can offer it for €1565,- . I just purchased a Seamaster PloProf 1200M myself, and keeping in mind that I am not comparing them 1-on-1, the degree of water obstruction is almost the equivalent and a portion of the highlights can be unquestionably compared also. The distinction in sticker price is over €6500,- though.

Automatic helium valve included.

Visual Details

As for the visual subtleties, the brushed hands truly look decent on this watch, with their cleaned edges just as the blue cleaned dial. The spear logo on the seconds hand isn’t something I would especially support, however I don’t think that its upsetting by the same token. The date circle is in a dull tone, so it goes pleasantly with the dial (rather than a high differentiation white date plate and a blue dial). On 9 o’clock you will discover the Christopher Ward brand name, which adjusts the dial design pleasantly with the date gap at 3 o’clock. At 12 o’clock there’s the Christopher Ward logo, scarcely noticeable from certain angles.

Here’s the ‘but’ in regards to the shading plan of this C60 Trident Elite 1000 watch. Despite the fact that I love blue watches (it likewise took me some time that blue is digging in for the long haul), I don’t know the amount I will like the utilization of orange later on. Until further notice, I think it is pleasant and looks new, yet I don’t know whether it is really an exemplary shading combination that will last forever.  It probably won’t need to keep going forever, as you are purchasing the watch today since you like it, yet the inquiry I generally pose to myself prior to requesting or purchasing a watch is “How probably is it that I will (in any case) love this watch in a long time from now?”. To some that may be a senseless inquiry, however it is one of the inquiries that I need to respond in due order regarding myself each time I purchase a watch. I likewise need to impart to you here that occasionally the appropriate response is negative yet I actually get it, at that point it is for the most part a matter of price.


Christopher Ward has had the option to come up with a serious exceptional piece appropriate for proficient purposes, such as plunging 1000 meters. What’s more, at an intriguing cost tag. There are more watches out there that have 1000m on the dial (a Sinn U1 comes to mind, pretty much in a similar value range), however Christopher Ward adds the ceramic bezel and titanium case to the game, just as a chronometer confirmed movement.

I additionally will add that I like the completing of the case. As you can see underneath, the drags have a pleasant cleaned feature and there’s a recessed crown. The case back has been engraved and doesn’t show the specially completed rotor for instance, yet I am not especially an enthusiast of showing the Sellita SW200 development at any rate. It is a strong performing development, and a pleasantly brightened rotor is a decent element yet doesn’t make a lovely development that’s worth taking a gander at constantly. Simply make the most of its chronometer guaranteed accuracy.

Is there anything I don’t like? All things considered, clearly no major issues, however the watch is very thick with its 14.6mm so you should be somewhat ready for that. I momentarily contacted the subject of the blue and orange, where my anxiety is basically with the orange. There will likewise be a variant of this watch with a completely blue lash, so that as of now removes a touch of the orange.

This watch can play with the huge young men that are out there, without a doubt. In view of its specialized highlights, yet in addition on its appearance. Something I cheer is that Christopher Ward is utilizing their solid online system to really tune in to their clients and embrace (probably a portion of) their criticism. Praise for that, still a couple of brands out there realize how to appropriately function with online business and ‘data’.

The Christopher Ward C60 Trident Elite 1000 will be accessible beginning July 2019.  More data can be found by means of the authority Christoper Ward .