CW C5 Malvern 595 Review

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CW C5 Malvern 595 Review

Post by eggtronics » Mon Apr 23, 2018 11:05 pm

Christopher Ward have released their thinnest mechanical yet, fittingly named the 595 – part of their C5 Malvern collection. Not only is it £595, but it’s also 5.95mm thick – which is something pretty incredible when you inspect and wear it.

It’s almost the thinnest watch I’ve ever reviewed, just shy of the Epos Originale 3408 at 5.9mm (although that does cost £400 more) which uses the same movement. Is half a millimetre difference enough?

It’s also worth noting that this is the first time I’ve seen their new presentation case, which is an excellent upgrade. It creates a wonderful unboxing experience, plus upping the luxurious feel of the entire package. Watch the video review for the full unboxing process.

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Re: CW C5 Malvern 595 Review

Post by jkbarnes » Tue Apr 24, 2018 12:25 am

I really want this watch!
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Re: CW C5 Malvern 595 Review

Post by MrDagon007 » Tue Apr 24, 2018 5:54 am

I love mine (grey dial on milanaise).
It must be said that the Epos mentioned manages to add applied markers in an even thinner case.

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Re: CW C5 Malvern 595 Review

Post by eggtronics » Tue Apr 24, 2018 6:52 am

MrDagon007 wrote:I love mine (grey dial on milanaise).
It must be said that the Epos mentioned manages to add applied markers in an even thinner case.
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Re: CW C5 Malvern 595 Review

Post by MrDagon007 » Tue Apr 24, 2018 6:59 am

Tangentially, Ideally my grey dial variant would have white markers for better clarity at dusk.

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