Christopher Ward C60 Kingfisher Auto Diver's Watch - Advanced Technology Behind Appealing Design

Sep 22, 2010
With its headquarters located in London, the watch brand Christopher Ward has built a solid reputation with its remarkable quartz and mechanical timepieces, offered at reasonable prices.

Now, the company is excited to announce its new C60 Kingfisher Auto diver’s watch, to be put up for sale in November.

It captures attention with impeccably finished surfaces, mostly brushed, as well as some polished accents, presented on a bezel and a crown.

The model is set in an impressive case, which features the dimensions of 42 mm x 13 mm. The highly qualified specialists within the manufacture have equipped the Christopher Ward watch with a solid screw-in case-back, engraved with a NDL dive scale. The case also exposes a screw-in crown, located at 3 o’clock.

This timekeeping companion sports a two-piece unidirectional bezel, which enables its wearer to keep track of the dive time. The bezel securely holds a 4.5 mm thick sapphire crystal.

Beneath this high-grade glass, the public can see an eye-catching dial, coated with a bright yellow metallic treatment. The display includes black and white hour-markers, doubled at 12 o’clock.

Taking care of hours, minutes and seconds are Superluminova-applied hands. Performed in the same color combination, they assure a perfect level of visibility, when light become darkness. Both the indices and hands produce a striking contrast with a yellow-painted personality of the dial. The date indication appears in an exhibition window, positioned at 3 o’clock.

The technical perfection of the C60 Kingfisher Auto diver’s watch is ensured by a robust ETA 2824-2 self-winding mechanical movement.

The model is water resistant to a depth of 300 meters. Keeping the new Christopher Ward watch secured to the wearer’s wrist is a silicon rubber strap, closed with a stainless steel butterfly clasp.

It will definitely appeal to diving enthusiasts who need extremely reliable equipment in their underwater explorations.

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