Watch of the Year 2011 C50 Malvern COSC

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Watch of the Year 2011 C50 Malvern COSC

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> Swiss made
> COSC Certified
> 25 Jewel Chronometer Grade automatic movement
> Day/date calendar
> Galvanic guilloche dial
> Anti-reflective sapphire crystal
> Screw-in crown and back plate
> Italian leather strap with easy opening butterfly clasp
> Unique engraved serial number
> 316L surgical grade stainless steel
> Premium Louisiana alligator upgrade available Limited Edition of 200 pieces

> Diameter: 39mm
> Height: 10.8mm
> Weight: 78g
> Calibre:COSC - ETA 2836-2
> Vibrations: 28,800

Voted by the Christopher Ward Forum (CWF), an independent forum for CW enthusiasts, as the most significant new model introduction by Christopher Ward London(CWL).

Since its introduction in September of 2011 the C50 COSC has been heralded as one of the most stunning, most beautiful and most accurate mechanical watches built by CWL to date.

"..This watch takes CW to another level of quality as a specialist watch company."(downer)
"..classic design & CW's first COSC mechanical watch..."(village)
".. the C50 will probably raise the overall stature of CWL within the industry (Kip)
".. it takes the proven C5 platform and improves upon it with COSC certification. (trsullivan)
".. it places the company on the map of "serious manufacturers". (Mortis)
".. have been enjoying the 'visceral pleasure' " (Thylacine333 )
"..its colour actually subtly varies in shades depending on the ambient light. It is most amazing." (Stephane)
"..Stunningly beautiful ! ! (Mike Perillo)

The C50 Malvern COSC is a Limited Edition of 200 pieces and may be ordered directly from Christopher Ward London. ... -cosc.html ... -cosc.html

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