New Arrivals - How and When

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New Arrivals - How and When

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I have been looking through the "CWL of the day" thread to view which straps go with which watches, think this was a mistake as i now have a long list of would like to have watches from CW past releases. There have truly been some wonderful items.

This got me wondering how often CW release new lines. Is there a set time to this ie every 6 months, 12 months or are they released totally randomly.

Are announcements made on the forum prior to release dates, sneak peaks at all.

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Post by Amor Vincit Omnia »

I may be wrong here, but it does seem to me that the periods around May and September are common times for new releases. Of course things are a bit FUBAR this year.

Generally there are hints in the previous Loupe and teasers in the couple of weeks before launch.
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Re: New Arrivals - How and When

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Foxman50 wrote:I have been looking through the "CWL of the day" thread to view which straps go with which watches, think this was a mistake as i now have a long list of would like to have watches from CW past releases. There have truly been some wonderful items.

This got me wondering how often CW release new lines. Is there a set time to this ie every 6 months, 12 months or are they released totally randomly.

Are announcements made on the forum prior to release dates, sneak peaks at all.
This year is very unusual.

We were supp to get the C60 automatic chronograph in April.... But well COVID happened.

It's still on track for this year, but who knows.

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