Err; think so.
Err; think so.
Welcome aboard.kennethpf wrote: ↑Sun Feb 03, 2019 11:10 pmI agree that perhaps Bremont is more about a passenger's perspective and CW more about a pilot's perspective - with one emphasizing luxury and the other about speed/technology. Bremont is way overpriced and beyond my reach, but I have jumped in on the CW one - although not without hesitation. The hour hand looked weird and loud to me - but it makes sense after looking at Concorde's airspeed indicator - and the lime shot makes it better looking at night than day. I'm enamoured with Concorde's design/achievement, so even though it's scrap metal, it's also a bit of history ... about a lofty dream of an era that was actually realized....
Perfect summary of Concord’s legacy, if you ask me.
Whoever decides to buy it will be extremely pleased with their purchase. It is so different yet so unique too.
Welcome to the forum and thank you for your post.Watch Buyer wrote: ↑Wed Aug 07, 2019 1:53 pmI suspect that this watch unfortunately wasn't found in Chris's cupboard. The movement number on the COSC certificate is the same as the one I bought. It was delivered not working and despite an agreed repair being negotiated this wasn't carried out, so if it's serial No. 04 / 50 be very wary buying it, I eventually sent it back for a refund due to the lack of information regarding it's state of repair from Christopher Ward....more info available if anyone is interested.