Christopher Ward web-site update

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Christopher Ward web-site update

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From reliable sources I heard that this weekend the CW-website (http://www.christopherward.co.uk) will be updated with new information!
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And do you happen to know wich information will be put on there?
Info on some new watches or something?
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Weekend come and gone

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I don't think there's been an update yet.
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Post by Hans »

The website has been updated, and not only the website but also the prices! :) 'Our' C5SWT has been upgraded from 99 pounds to 157 pounds (133.633 for non EEC)
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Post by Kid_A »

Great update! But the price frustrates me little bit. Now I have to choose between the Malvern Automatic and the Stowa Antea timepiece, becouse of the price that seems to be almost similar in both cases (of course, including all fees and so on) :cry:
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Hans wrote: 'Our' C5SWT has been upgraded from 99 pounds to 157 pounds (133.633 for non EEC)
Somehow I didn't feel bad when I saw this. :twisted: I like the additions. Should be something there for everyone.

Hopefully, we'll get a look at MYND's new watch soon.

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Post by MYND »

I hope so too! I haven't heard anything yet...
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Post by joerattz »

Hans wrote:'Our' C5SWT has been upgraded from 99 pounds to 157 pounds (133.633 for non EEC)
Cool, my limited edition, serial numbered Malvern is appreciating already!!! :P
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I've always felt an increase was on the cards and I'm glad the demand supports the rise. Great watch and still a bargain IMHO... glad I bought mine when I did... :D
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DavidM1 wrote:I've always felt an increase was on the cards and I'm glad the demand supports the rise. Great watch and still a bargain IMHO... glad I bought mine when I did... :D
Me too :P
We own the pre-increase Malverns :lol: