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ianblyth wrote:
DSHall wrote:Hmm so where's the Uk's ones :(
America first as they have the money. :lol:
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America first...... They fall for all that 'lifestyle' guff. ;)
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Ordered mine yesterday - can't wait!
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downer wrote:America first...... They fall for all that 'lifestyle' guff. ;)
If you haven't been to Southern California you don't know the half of it. :lol:

We are so 8)
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I went. I saw. I came home. :lol:
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Very cool reading. I enjoyed it very much.

I was surprised by how great the watches looked in their different poses. Much better than the stock photos.
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Sorry for the nitpick, but the caption for the Charlotte watch story is inaccurate.

It should be: "...first-ever Christopher Ward women's watch from the new range".
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My hard copy has arrived. Initial observations are;

C50 COSC now advertised with the Sellita SW220-1 movement although the C20 appears to retain the equivalent ETA

The new mono pusher, CW's most expensive watch ever, will have a Johannes Jahnke in house movement

Generous tribute to the Forum re 'Watch of the Year'

Not a single watch face in the catalogue bears the logo CHR.Ward (except the HRDC Limited Edition C11)

The C11 case is made in China- 'Swiss movement, Chinese case, English heart'!

Margial shift back from 'fashion' to 'serious' watch manufacture

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Pardon my ignorance, but what do you guys mean when you describe it as "lifestyle"
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bamagrad03 wrote:Pardon my ignorance, but what do you guys mean when you describe it as "lifestyle"
A coffee table style magazine selling an aspirational style of living rather than concentrating on just the watches as being desirable for what they are rather than what they say about you.
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Mine has arrived this morning. I shall peruse it at my leisure later.
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amagawd wrote:Ordered mine yesterday - can't wait!
Do you have to order it each time? My previous copies have been delivered automatically so I assumed this would be the case each issue? :-?
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Mine arrived this morning, just had a quick look and spotted a mistake on page 3. There is an advert for the C11 & C8 PVD models entitled "Black is the Colour" which claims they are 42mm models, we all know that the C8 is of course 44mm. :?
I agree it is a bit "lifestye", if I was sat in a waiting room would probably read it all but at home I just don't have much interest in Opera or bespoke tailoring. :-|
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JonRB wrote:
amagawd wrote:Ordered mine yesterday - can't wait!
Do you have to order it each time? My previous copies have been delivered automatically so I assumed this would be the case each issue? :-?
If you received them in the past you should get it this time.
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Kip wrote:
JonRB wrote:
amagawd wrote:Ordered mine yesterday - can't wait!
Do you have to order it each time? My previous copies have been delivered automatically so I assumed this would be the case each issue? :-?
If you received them in the past you should get it this time.
I haven't received yet... I wonder if I will receive.