Questions - Chat with Co Founders - London GTG / CW Event - 31st August 2019

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Re: Questions - Chat with Co Founders - London GTG / CW Event - 31st August 2019

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That’s a lot of time and effort you’ve put in there Guy - very well done :clap:
It was very interesting to read some of the responses.
Thank you very much :thumbup:
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Fantastic follow up Guy! Much appreciated for those of us on other continents
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There was serious time and effort went into this before the GTG, especially on the day of it and now afterwards.
Extremely Well Done Guy !!! :clap:
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Re: Questions - Chat with Co Founders - London GTG / CW Event - 31st August 2019

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My thanks as well! Really appreciate all of your efforts, Guy.
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Re: Questions - Chat with Co Founders - London GTG / CW Event - 31st August 2019

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Bahnstormer_vRS wrote: Mon Sep 02, 2019 12:43 am
Jcalder68 wrote: Thu Aug 22, 2019 4:56 pm My question:
Are there any plans to fit an automatic, COSC certified, in-house movement to the smaller sized CW watches, ie models at 38mm?
I understand the SH21 is simply too big, but, to me, one of the stand-out positives of the CW lineup is the sub-40mm case size models, as well as the fact that CW can design and make their own in-house movements. It’s just a shame the two concepts don’t go together, yet.

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Yes and no!

To have an in-house movement, in the guise of the SH21, is a notable achievement that required significant investment. No other in-house movements are planned.

In the meantime an Automatic, COSC certified i.e. Chronometer movement, has been fitted in each of the new Military watches available in 38mm and 41mm.

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Thanks, Guy. Much appreciated.
The Military range has certainly caught my eye, both in their online images and in the latest edition of Lupe. The Army version is on my radar and a few (un)subtle hints have been dropped in relation to Christmas...

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Re: Questions - Chat with Co Founders - London GTG / CW Event - 31st August 2019

Post by albionphoto »

Thank you, Guy. A great effort which is much appreciated.

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