The new CWArchive

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Re: The new CWArchive

Post by downer » Tue Aug 27, 2019 10:05 am

Molan wrote:Will the original simple spreadsheet be updated (maybe a spreadsheet is feeding the new database)?

I find that really useful for quick access and I keep a version saved on my phone so I can use it easily any time I want to check something :)
The original spreadsheet is not connected to the archive and is no longer maintained.
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Re: The new CWArchive

Post by Rooster » Sat Aug 31, 2019 11:49 pm

Belated congratulations to all involved, especially Kip for his persistence. Fabulous resource we can all benefit from.
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Re: The new CWArchive

Post by STodd » Sun Sep 01, 2019 9:29 am

Been away on holiday, and only going through missed threads now - great work by all involved, but special thanks to Kip for his perseverance - it can’t have been very easy at all...

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Re: The new CWArchive

Post by what-time-is-it » Wed Sep 25, 2019 1:23 pm

I'm sure it's in hand...but the Forum Archives link at https://www.christopherwardforum.com/ is still directing people to the old link archives/ and not to https://cwarchive.knack.com/cwarchive#home/
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Re: The new CWArchive

Post by Kip » Wed Sep 25, 2019 1:43 pm

Yes it is in hand. We require some changes to the core code on the forum to allow the domain to appear natively on the forum but also allow for it to be fully searchable through search engines. A bit more complex than initially thought so I have put in the hands of the CW tech staff. It should be completed soon.
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Re: The new CWArchive

Post by Gareth » Mon Nov 25, 2019 9:05 pm

Just wanted to say how helpful I've found the archive in researching some of the older watches.

It helped me purchase a first CW for my better half yesterday, and as I know very little about the woman's range the info on the archive was invaluable for me to make a decision to purchase.

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Re: The new CWArchive

Post by Devarika Woulf » Mon Nov 25, 2019 10:02 pm

Hey, Kip. I think there's a C5 missing from the Archive: The C5 Galvanic "Mk 1.5" transition model. It was right before the Malverns switched to 39mm. I noticed it some time ago and looking again I can't find it on there. It came in both quartz and automatic. Ferg used to own the black auto. and I still own the cream quartz. :)
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Re: The new CWArchive

Post by Kip » Tue Nov 26, 2019 12:13 am

It was not forgotten!

The C5 Mk 1.5 was never an official designation by CW. We actually came up with that here on the forum. If you look at the "Model notes" under the C5 MK I and C5 Mk II you will discover references and transitional information for the C5 1.5.

We probably should include some photos of these versions for historical purposes. I will work on it. :thumbup:
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