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  2. Voting for the dial color: http://horology.world/forums/topic/227-cwa-c65-gmt-le-dial-color/
  3. Not sure where I vote - can I still vote? But I would have gone for the teal (green dial).
  4. The turquoise/blue dial is leading with a good margin so it appears that will be the color for this LE.
  5. Last week
  6. The smooth dial was the favorite by far with about 80% of the votes. The final design choice will be the dial color:
  7. The final design vote will be on the color of the dial. A few custom colors were considered and submitted to CW to make sure these would be possible. To keep it simple, there will be a choice of 2 colors to make sure we will have a clear winner. I think both will look awesome and are very unique to the C65 and probably most other CW watches. The slighter softer dial colors blend in nicely with the steel bezel and give a bit of a vintage vibe that goes well with the general C65 retro styling. Please submit your vote for the CWA LE watch in these two colors, which dial color would you buy? You can choose just one if that's the only one you would buy or choose both if it doesn't matter to you. Please share on your favorite forum, facebook or other social media to invite others on the LE group buy. We will need a minimum of 25 buyers but more will be better. The price for this custom bespoke C65 GMT on hybrid or leather strap will be £895 (£746 ex VAT) which is the same price as the regular C65 GMT. Bracelet will be an option for an additional £100. A low number LE usually is more expensive but Christopher Ward will absorb the cost difference themselves as gratitude for our support of the brand. This price converts to: €1037 (incl VAT) - US$ 960 - CA$ 1257 - AU$ 1400. For destinations outside the UK/EU, please add any import fees and duties that may be charged. Price conversions are done through Google at the time of this post so may change depending on the exchange rates. The first image for each color is the final design. The second image is a real life interpretation of the final dial and bezel combination with exception of the missing date window and lightly different hands. Turquoise Teal
  8. Now listed on eBay: https://www.ebay.com/itm/133236979154
  9. While we're waiting to hear back from CW about the 3rd color option, you can now vote on the smooth vs the scratched dial here:
  10. While we're waiting to hear back from CW to see if the third color besides blue and teal will be an option, let's vote on the dial surface. This is only a sample of the blue dial and will apply to the other 2 colors as well on which we'll vote in a little while. For the CWA LE watch in any of the three colors, which dial surface treatment would you buy? You can choose just one if that's the only one you would buy or choose both if it doesn't matter to you. Smooth dial Scratched dial
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  12. CHRISTOPHER WARD TAKES THE C60 TRIDENT UPMARKET WITH NEW CHRONO AND TITANIUM MODELS https://wornandwound.com/christopher-ward-takes-the-c60-trident-upmarket-with-new-chrono-and-titanium-models/
  13. The image was just an impression for what the color will look like on a real watch picture. This LE will have the cricket bat hands and trident seconds hand from the other C65's and a date window at 3 as shown in the other samples.
  14. Thanks! Even though I am leading this LE project, it really is up to everybody who is joining in to share in other places like forums and social media groups. I try not to promote it too much myself as this may upset some people.
  15. Frank, I love where your design is going! Looks fab! But I did like the scratched dial look and the date on it. I honestly think if you put this one to the CW Forum, you’d get 100 people interested in total, with the interest you’ve already got outside the Forum!
  16. I made this slightly lighter / less saturated blue than the Dartmouth blue. Something in between the teal and blue as in CW's proposal so more like a deep sea / dark turquoise blue as shown in the images below. I think that would look pretty amazing and makes it just a bit more special. https://www.color-hex.com/color/446f8a
  17. That was quick Frank! Hard to pick as all 5 colours look great - but I think the dark grey has the edge! ⌚️👌😍
  18. Wow Frank, those two look great! Perhaps try in each of the following three colours also: grey, black and brown.
  19. Still waiting for pricing details but wanted to share these designs and colors for the C65 GMT. The blue flat dial of the Dartmouth would be a safe color while the teal (blue/green) would be something unique and different. What are your thoughts on the scratched dial? Any other color suggestions? These are of course computer generated images and the actual dial will of course look quite nicer. I was actually looking for an ombre (shaded) solid dial but this is certainly interesting as well.
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  21. I didn't think I would ever sell this watch but recently got 2 other C60 Tridents and I just can't keep them all. This watch is in excellent condition with just a few signs of wear. There is a very small marks on the case side and few hairline scratches on the polished center links of the bracelet. A few light scratches on the case back and the clasp has the usual marks from a desk. All of them can only be seen up close and in bright light at just the right angle. The crystal and bezel are still pristine. Accuracy is very good and gets +3 spd on my timegrapher. It will run at about +5 spd while wearing the watch during the day and resting at night face up. The watch was originally purchased in October 2017 so still 3 years left on the 5-year warranty. Winding is smooth and the crown action is like it should be. Lume is even and typical for the C60 Trident. The bracelet is sized to a 7.5" wrist (pretty loose) with the sliding adjustment in the clasp all the way in. An extra link was taken out and is included in this sale. All boxes, owners manual with CoA and cleaning cloth as show in the pictures are included as well. Shipping and payment USPS Priority Mail shipping within the continental USA is included in this sale. I can accept Paypal Friends and Family from a bank account (no charge) or regular Paypal with Buyers Protection (please add 3%). Zelle Pay through many US banks can be done as well without any extra charges. I prefer to ship within the USA but can also ship to Canada (+$25) and most of North/West Europe (+$50). About me I am a watch enthusiast and enjoy trying out new watches. To keep the collection to a reasonable size, some of the watches have to find new owners who can enjoy them more than I do. Most of my watches get minimal wear and are often in excellent condition. My watches come from a smoke, pet and child-free home and usually spend time in a watch box on my desk. While I unfortunately can not accept regular returns, I guarantee the watch condition will be as described and I will be happy to accept returns if it is not. I can not accept returns if you just don't like the watch, too big/small and other personal reasons. Why would you buy from me if you don't know me? I have been buying and selling on eBay as a private seller since 1999 with 100% feedback. Please check me Seller feedback here: link . To provide proof that my username here and eBay account are the same, I included a note on my eBay profile: https://www.ebay.com/usr/frank.wulfers
  22. Sporting a PVD gold case and black detailing, the C65 Black Gold builds upon the foundation of our C65 Trident Diver with an additional warmth that complements its slim vintage aesthetic. Powered by a Swiss-made mechanical movement, this 200-piece limited edition channels the glamour and cool of the '60s - although its modern-day build quality proves today's era has some benefits too! Description The prominence of our C65 Trident Collection can be traced back to one watch: the C65 Trident Diver. The new C65 Black Gold is a celebration of the Diver; yet the introduction of its black and gold colour scheme emphasises its vintage cues even more impressively. The Black Gold's dial doesn't stray from what many enjoyed about the original: large Arabic numerals at 12 and 6 o'clock, along with rectangular indexes and hands, have been filled with Old Radium Super-LumiNova. Printed white second markers, combined with minute markers and numerals on its unidirectional aluminium bezel, add to the C65's tool watch feel. Yet the real success of the Black Gold lies in the combination of its black dial and bezel with a PVD gold case. The hue that adorns the C65's arcing 'light-catcher' case design accentuates the Old Radium detailing across its dial, while its famous deep-stamped Trident backplate is finished in black diamond-like carbon (DLC). Powered by a Swiss-made Sellita SW210 - a hand-wound movement similar to those used throughout the 1960s - this 200-piece limited edition wears its bold vintage influences proudly. Movement Behind the Black Gold's trident-stamped caseback - there were no display backs during the 60s - a Swiss-made Sellita SW210 hand-wound movement keeps excellent time. A slim movement at only 3.35mm high, the Sellita 210-1 shares many of the same components as its self-winding cousin, the Sellita SW200-1. A classic frequency of 28,800 vibrations per hour (that's eight ticks a second) delivers 42 hours of continuous, accurate timekeeping once fully wound. Significantly, it has been also decorated with Christopher Ward's distinctive Colimacone pattern. It's a feature that few will ever see, but remains indicative of the commitment to detail throughout this special watch. Technical Diameter: 41mm Height: 11.55mm Weight: 65g Calibre: Sellita SW210 Vibrations: 28,800 per hour (4 Hz) Timing tolerance: +15/-15 seconds per day Case: 316L Stainless Steel Water resistance: 15 ATM (150 metres) Dial colour: Black Lume: Old Radium Super-LumiNova Lug to Lug: 47.1mm Strap width: 22mm Strap colour: Black Features Swiss made 19 jewel hand-wound movement 42 hour power reserve Central hacking seconds Anti-shock system Christopher Ward 'Colimacone' finish on movement Gold-toned PVD-coated marine-grade stainless steel case Black DLC screw-down backplate with High Definition "Trident" motif Push-in crown stamped with twin flag motif Unidirectional aluminium bezel "Glass box" sapphire crystal Matte finish dial Twin flags debossed at 12 o'clock Old Radium Super-LumiNova indexes and hands Signature Trident counter-balance on seconds hand Unique engraved serial number Cordura and rubber hybrid waterproof strap with DLC (diamond-like carbon)-coated Christopher Ward buckle and quick-release pins for easy changing Eco-friendly luxury presentation case and owner's handbook
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