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I wish to announce that my rose gold, 'gator strapped and butterfly clasped C3 arrived today and I have fallen in love with an inanimate object.
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Yoda wrote:I wish to announce that my rose gold, 'gator strapped and butterfly clasped C3 arrived today and I have fallen in love with an inanimate object.
Is this one of the new Swiss Made ones? Photos?
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joerattz wrote:
Yoda wrote:I wish to announce that my rose gold, 'gator strapped and butterfly clasped C3 arrived today and I have fallen in love with an inanimate object.
Is this one of the new Swiss Made ones? Photos?
Yes it is.

Photos to follow when I have done some.
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Well done on the 'My (sad) epic tale' thread, Hans.

It really concerns me when one, single thread on a wide-ranging forum starts to eat away at people's faith. When CW can't talk, the mods have to maintain a balance.
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MorrisOx wrote:Well done on the 'My (sad) epic tale' thread, Hans.

It really concerns me when one, single thread on a wide-ranging forum starts to eat away at people's faith. When CW can't talk, the mods have to maintain a balance.
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Hans wrote:Dear reader,

Welcome to the Christopher Ward forum. A forum for CW-owners and people who are interested in the watches made by Christopher Ward. I started this forum as an enthusiastic owner of the Malvern Automatic watch, I don't have any formal ties with the Christopher Ward Ltd company.

Feel free to ask questions and post pictures.

You can find the Christopher Ward watches at:

Christopher Ward

If you use the above link to acquire a CW-watch you will be supporting this forum automatically, your support will be appreciated!

Kind regards,

Hans

Hans,

I just wanted to use my 100th post to thank you for all your hard work in making this wonderful forum possible. And whilst I'm at it, thanks to everyone else for all your contributions.

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bp1 wrote:
Hans wrote:Dear reader,

Welcome to the Christopher Ward forum. A forum for CW-owners and people who are interested in the watches made by Christopher Ward. I started this forum as an enthusiastic owner of the Malvern Automatic watch, I don't have any formal ties with the Christopher Ward Ltd company.

Feel free to ask questions and post pictures.

You can find the Christopher Ward watches at:

Christopher Ward

If you use the above link to acquire a CW-watch you will be supporting this forum automatically, your support will be appreciated!

Kind regards,

Hans

Hans,

I just wanted to use my 100th post to thank you for all your hard work in making this wonderful forum possible. And whilst I'm at it, thanks to everyone else for all your contributions.

:2thumbs:

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Hi, Hans.
Ferst of all, sorry for my english...it is not good.

I need a help. I've made an order of CW-watchas at fabruary, 24 (sunday). My order was confermed by e-mail from CUSTOMER SERVICES. The status of order in the My Account section of your website is "complete" (but I recieve e-mail, that my order was not complete). Money was take off from my credit card. But it was much more than total payment in order. Do you explane me why? I don't have any information about my order and about payment. I've send e-mail to CUSTOMER SERVICES, but no answer...

Thank you for any information.

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Tatiana wrote:Hi, Hans.
Ferst of all, sorry for my english...it is not good.

I need a help. I've made an order of CW-watchas at fabruary, 24 (sunday). My order was confermed by e-mail from CUSTOMER SERVICES. The status of order in the My Account section of your website is "complete" (but I recieve e-mail, that my order was not complete). Money was take off from my credit card. But it was much more than total payment in order. Do you explane me why? I don't have any information about my order and about payment. I've send e-mail to CUSTOMER SERVICES, but no answer...

Thank you for any information.

Best Regards,

Tatiana Gordina
This forum is independent of the CW watch company and web site. Hans has nothing to do with your orders. You need to follow-up with customer service at CW (which it sounds like you have already done). If they don't respond to your email soon, I would give them a call. Additionally, you could try emailing Wera (wera at christopherward.co.uk). She seems to be the hero of many a customer.
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Thanks for your answer.
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Hey, Just got my C5 in the post today. Im impressed. Everything about this watch is spot on. The back is just eye candy, theres something almost theraputic, to look at the movement working. Still cant get over the price. Usually I buy 2nd hand. Not today though! regards joe
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HI CAN ANY ONE TELL ME HOW THE STRAPS ARE ATTACHED TO THE LUGS
ON THE C600 ARE THEY SCREWS OR PINS THANKS
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MUSHROOM wrote:HI CAN ANY ONE TELL ME HOW THE STRAPS ARE ATTACHED TO THE LUGS
ON THE C600 ARE THEY SCREWS OR PINS THANKS
regular spring bars.
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Well then, that is a useful bump from a pointless member of the forum! I have never read this thread before and wonder why the pages don't number in the hundreds, seeing as it is one of the first threads started?
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is this how I post, 2 years and I still don't know how to post
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