New CW Releases - Jan 2020 - C60 Elite 1000

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Re: New CW Releases - Jan 2020 - C60 Elite 1000

Post by nwnjw01 » Fri Feb 14, 2020 6:24 pm

Yes I am......
Last years Elite came without an exhibition back and with an awful, (at least it is for me), Hybrid strap, too stiff, too difficult to adjust to my size, (even with swopping buckles).

And now according to a recently received email from CW for “only”, £295 I can buy a Titanium bracelet for my last years Elite..

Still a nice watch but ....

Yes I am all round a bit miffed!

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Re: New CW Releases - Jan 2020 - C60 Elite 1000

Post by Darksol » Fri Feb 14, 2020 6:25 pm

IanKelly63 wrote:
Fri Feb 14, 2020 6:13 pm
Is there anyone else here, who bought the C60 Trident Elite 1000 LE last year, feeling a bit cheated?
I do feel a bit cheated.

But the only thing I would have loved to have is the exhibition case back.

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Re: New CW Releases - Jan 2020 - C60 Elite 1000

Post by Kansas City Milkman » Fri Feb 14, 2020 9:14 pm

IanKelly63 wrote:
Fri Feb 14, 2020 6:13 pm
Is there anyone else here, who bought the C60 Trident Elite 1000 LE last year, feeling a bit cheated?
Why would you feel cheated? The models evolve and change/improve all of the time and that’s true of all products. I expect better iterations of watches I have in due course, but I bought now because I liked what was on offer.

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Re: New CW Releases - Jan 2020 - C60 Elite 1000

Post by Tomo1971 » Sat Feb 15, 2020 8:26 pm

The next iteration will probably be thinner than the 15.4mm that this is - not as its an issue, it still seems to wear smaller than the Mk2 C60 I have but an improvement on the thickness would be awesome!

I guess its just like buying the latest and greatest Samsung phone, as soon as you have it, there is another on the horizon that does x,y & z better!

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Re: New CW Releases - Jan 2020 - C60 Elite 1000

Post by IanKelly63 » Sat Feb 15, 2020 9:25 pm

I appreciate that products evolve and that's a good thing.

In my mind, at least, something that's a 'Limited Edition' suggests that there won't be another watch like it; a unique colourway or a special material used in the construction of the item or just a particular design feature.

I'm struggling to understand what makes last year's Elite 1000 a limited edition, aside from the fact that it's numbered.

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Re: New CW Releases - Jan 2020 - C60 Elite 1000

Post by paw3001 » Sat Feb 15, 2020 10:26 pm

nwnjw01 wrote:Yes I am......
Last years Elite came without an exhibition back and with an awful, (at least it is for me), Hybrid strap, too stiff, too difficult to adjust to my size, (even with swopping buckles).

And now according to a recently received email from CW for “only”, £295 I can buy a Titanium bracelet for my last years Elite..

Still a nice watch but ....

Yes I am all round a bit miffed!
I understand how you are feeling but £295 for a titanium bracelet is blooming cheap as chips!

Very reasonable compared to the cost from the big boys.


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Re: New CW Releases - Jan 2020 - C60 Elite 1000

Post by Commisar » Sat Feb 15, 2020 10:34 pm

IanKelly63 wrote:I appreciate that products evolve and that's a good thing.

In my mind, at least, something that's a 'Limited Edition' suggests that there won't be another watch like it; a unique colourway or a special material used in the construction of the item or just a particular design feature.

I'm struggling to understand what makes last year's Elite 1000 a limited edition, aside from the fact that it's numbered.

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Re: New CW Releases - Jan 2020 - C60 Elite 1000

Post by Viognier » Sun Feb 16, 2020 5:18 pm

richtel wrote:
Wed Jan 29, 2020 6:15 pm
I’m wondering if at 15mm thick and so about 2mm thicker than the equivalent Trident it might be a bit too chunky for me.
My Planet Ocean GMT, with exhibition back and 600M/2000ft WR, is 17.25mm thick. That makes this C60 Elite 1000 a slimline!
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Re: New CW Releases - Jan 2020 - C60 Elite 1000

Post by IanKelly63 » Sun Feb 16, 2020 5:37 pm

Viognier wrote:
richtel wrote:
Wed Jan 29, 2020 6:15 pm
I’m wondering if at 15mm thick and so about 2mm thicker than the equivalent Trident it might be a bit too chunky for me.
My Planet Ocean GMT, with exhibition back and 600M/2000ft WR, is 17.25mm thick. That makes this C60 Elite 1000 a slimline!
15mm sounds a lot, but it really doesn't wear like that on your wrist.

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