CWL of the day

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Nice looking dress watch... May i know the diameter of the watch??
42mm, 10.4mm high. Trident Classic C65 -- http://www.christopherward.eu/watches/d ... 5-swk.html in black or white.
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rgb wrote:
MiniMpi wrote:C65 Trident Classic for my last day off. Lunch with friends.

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That is such a classy look. :thumbup:
Thank you ;)
It's one of my favourite watches.
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Paul Drawmer wrote:Image
A final photo?

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newbie09 wrote:
Konketsu wrote:Looks cool on a leather NATO!

Here's mine today:

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Christopher Ward C10 FLE by J.W.C., on Flickr
Nice looking dress watch... May i know the diameter of the watch??
This is the forum ltd Ed from 2013 based on the 42mm C10 case:
http://www.christopherwardforum.com/vie ... 60&t=15310
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rgb wrote:
Nice looking dress watch... May i know the diameter of the watch??
42mm, 10.4mm high. Trident Classic C65 -- http://www.christopherward.eu/watches/d ... 5-swk.html in black or white.
I think that newbie09 was referring to the c10 fle, rather than the c65.
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Bahnstormer_vRS wrote:Home time

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The Elite looks great on the rubber strap Guy.
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Bahnstormer_vRS wrote:
Paul Drawmer wrote:Image
A final photo?

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Very tempted.
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My C11 on a new engineer bracelet the bracelet is absolutely perfect for the watch

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omegaaddict wrote:My C11 on a new engineer bracelet the bracelet is absolutely perfect for the watch

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DadsGlasses wrote:Image
Congratulations buddy, fantastic watch.
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smegwina wrote:
rgb wrote:
Nice looking dress watch... May i know the diameter of the watch??
42mm, 10.4mm high. Trident Classic C65 -- http://www.christopherward.eu/watches/d ... 5-swk.html in black or white.
I think that newbie09 was referring to the c10 fle, rather than the c65.
I'm trying to find out how big in diameter for this particular watch and if any1 could provide me the link to this piece i will be really grateful. Cheers
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newbie09 wrote:
smegwina wrote:
rgb wrote: 42mm, 10.4mm high. Trident Classic C65 -- http://www.christopherward.eu/watches/d ... 5-swk.html in black or white.
I think that newbie09 was referring to the c10 fle, rather than the c65.
I'm trying to find out how big in diameter for this particular watch and if any1 could provide me the link to this piece i will be really grateful. Cheers
The watch was the 2013 Forum Limited edition.

It is based on the c10 case so is 42mm with 20mm lugs.

The evolution and design process can be seen here.

http://www.christopherwardforum.com/vie ... hp?t=22549

A very understated watch that works with many straps and occasions and a couple of bad pictures of mine!

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