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Considering the variety of models under Christopher Ward’s Trident dive watch umbrella, it’s becoming increasingly rare to release something that is actually new. Yet the C60 Elite GMT 1000 delivers on this promise, offering the brand’s first true dive watch with GMT functionality – all whilst water-resistant to 1000m.
With the success of CW’s C65 Trident Collection, a series inspired by ‘60s-era dive watches, it was only a matter of time before more new horological capabilities would join the range. Herein lies the excitement of the C65 GMT Worldtimer: not only does it feature the debut of a worldtimer complication in the C65 collection, but it marks the first time worldtimer and GMT functionalities have appeared together in any Christopher Ward release.
A watch licensed by the UK Ministry of Defence to bear the Royal Navy’s Naval crown on its backplate, the C65 Dartmouth incorporates design flourishes from the Omega Seamaster 300 ‘Big Triangle’ – a watch commissioned during the 1960s by the MOD to comply with their 0552 diver’s watch specification.
A heavy-duty dive watch water-resistant to 1000m, its Grade 2 titanium case means the C60 Elite 1000 is also one of the lightest. An open series model that builds upon the highly sought after Trident Elite 1000 with day date functionality and an exhibition caseback – all at the very same price – the C60 Elite 1000 once again raises the bar for what a professional dive watch can offer at this level.