Christopher Ward C4 Peregrine

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Re: Christopher Ward C4 Peregrine

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N1ck4 wrote: Tue Jun 11, 2024 8:37 am £125 for a nearly new? That’s crazy. Wardhoard has an older version with a faulty alarm for £300.
Well? You are bumping up a thread from 2016. :o :o

Even so, if you look at the Resale and Pricing Information on the CWArchive - C4 Peregrine you'll see that £125 was crazy even back in 2016 and that Wardhoard's piece is not far off the mark today.

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Re: Christopher Ward C4 Peregrine

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N1ck4 wrote: Tue Jun 11, 2024 8:37 am £125 for a nearly new? That’s crazy. Wardhoard has an older version with a faulty alarm for £300.
From experience with a different brand, faulty alarm probably means new module/new movement. If you had the movement reference you could find a ballpark price in EBay for a DIY movement swap?
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Re: Christopher Ward C4 Peregrine

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^^^^ The Movement reference is, of course, available also in the CWArchive. :wink: :wink:

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Re: Christopher Ward C4 Peregrine

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Although ISA has been out out business for several years, replacement movements can still be found on the secondary market.
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