CW Diver - the price

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CW Diver - the price

Post by Hans » Tue Jul 03, 2007 7:03 pm

The Kingfisher diver will almost certainly cost:

£135.00 with rubber or leather strap
£155.00 with stainless steel bracelet (sand blast finish)

When the diver with automatic movement will become available it will cost approx. £195, that is with the rhodium version of the ETA 2824-2.

These prices are incl. VAT, (17.5% less for non-ec countries)

For the lazy people, using todays exchange-rates of my bank:

£135.00 = $272 / €200
£155.00 = $312 / €230
£195.00 = $393 / €289

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Re: CW Diver - the price

Post by President » Tue Jul 03, 2007 9:09 pm

£195 with SS/Plate bracelet?

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Re: CW Diver - the price

Post by John » Tue Jul 03, 2007 9:16 pm

[quote="Hans"]The Kingfisher diver will almost certainly cost:

£135.00 with rubber or leather strap
£155.00 with stainless steel bracelet (sand blast finish)

When the diver with automatic movement will become available it will cost approx. £195, that is with the rhodium version of the ETA 2824-2.

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I thought the diver would be titanium?
Is it made of titanium or SS?

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Re: CW Diver - the price

Post by joerattz » Tue Jul 03, 2007 9:39 pm

[quote="John"]I thought the diver would be titanium?
Is it made of titanium or SS?[/quote]

I am pretty sure it is SS. Early on, CW was considering Ti, but changed. It may have been because of user requests from this forum. I really don't know the reason for the change. But I know many of us on the forum here stated we preferred SS and it was changed to SS. I don't know if that was why though.

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Re: CW Diver - the price

Post by John » Tue Jul 03, 2007 9:56 pm

The choice for SS is nice.
On the pictures of the divers it looks more like titanium.
Brushed SS looks more bright i think.

Take a look and see what i mean:

http://www.christopherwardforum.com/vie ... ?f=7&t=375

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