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Re: What would be your dream Christopher Ward watch?

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cholmes wrote:Woman's automatic silver guilloche, blued hands, date, big enough to read, not so big it looks like a man's watch.

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Re: What would be your dream Christopher Ward watch?

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Russ-Shettle wrote:I've already got my dream watch from CW! :)

Wild stab that would be the c700? My target for 2012!
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Re: What would be your dream Christopher Ward watch?

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scooter wrote:
Leo David wrote:
scooter wrote:blue bezel, blue dial.

scooter
Sounds like an FLE divers
You mean like this

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Crikey

I hadn't realised that. :wink:

scooter
About time we saw this on the new bracelet. :)

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Re: What would be your dream Christopher Ward watch?

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Thank you so much downer.

That looks so juicy.

hubba-hubba (thanks Nathan) :wink:

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scooter wrote:Thank you so much downer.

That looks so juicy.

hubba-hubba (thanks Nathan) :wink:

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Spot on scooter. :grin:

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Re: What would be your dream Christopher Ward watch?

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Gold or silver C9 case ceramic white dial blue hands manual wind with 3 6 9 numbers only and BIG DATE between 12 and center and old logo and ridiculously decorated movement on alligator strap
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Re: What would be your dream Christopher Ward watch?

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Difficult one to answer as my tastes change from time to time so at the moment I would like to see the c8 pvd pilot as a chrono with a 7750 and nice cw rotor. Oh well, off to steinwho...

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Re: What would be your dream Christopher Ward watch?

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scooter wrote:
Leo David wrote:
scooter wrote:blue bezel, blue dial.

scooter
Sounds like an FLE divers
You mean like this

10.THE SCOOTER
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Crikey

I hadn't realised that. :wink:

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Well, what a coincidence; who would have believed it :lol:
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Re: What would be your dream Christopher Ward watch?

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Amor Vincit Omnia wrote:
cholmes wrote:Woman's automatic silver guilloche, blued hands, date, big enough to read, not so big it looks like a man's watch.

Hope springs eternal.
I really wish it for you, dear lady - admire your optimism! :thumbup:
Me too . CW needs to take the women's collection seriously and he can start by getting rid of the overpriced cheap quartz offerings.
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But ladies like cheap quartz offerings!

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Re: What would be your dream Christopher Ward watch?

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Something along the lines of the JLC Master Compressor Chronograph- sporty, yet oozing with class (almost dressy). And no bigger than 41mm wide.

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Re: What would be your dream Christopher Ward watch?

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This has been my ultimate dream watch for a long time. If CW could design something like this with manual wind.

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Look at the size of the jewels. Split ring balance. Does that look like an ETA logo down there at the bottom?

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Re: What would be your dream Christopher Ward watch?

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Anyone know what movement that might be?
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Re: What would be your dream Christopher Ward watch?

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Russ-Shettle wrote:Anyone know what movement that might be?
The Peseux 260 perchance :).... only made in small numbers.

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Re: What would be your dream Christopher Ward watch?

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Actually, Russ, that Be-Ba is heading towards spot-on. :thumbup:

I've got my minimalist head on today, so:
No day, no date, no chrono, no painted bezels, no whirligigs, no power reserves, no moons, no GMT...

Just a nice 3-hander (sub or centre seconds), MANUAL wind, slim case, simple hands and dial, max 38mm. And the best possible movement for the price-point. And a crystal case-back, because the movement will be beautiful and decorated.

I've just bought one like that, but if CW comes up with something similar, I'll buy that too! 8)
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