Christopher Ward C11 MSL MK1 Automatic Watch - Functional and Legible

Oct 21, 2011
Christopher Ward has launched its new C11 MSL MK1 Automatic watch, which offers the public impeccable functionality and excellent readability.

The model employs a 42mm 316L stainless steel case. It demonstrates brushed surfaces. The top of the new Christopher Ward watch is protected by a glare-proofed sapphire crystal. At 3 oclock, the case features a non-screw-down winding crown. The water-resistance of the model is assured down to 100 meters.

Housed in the case is a black or blue dial. It is completed with Superluminova-inlaid hands and indices. The display of the new Christopher Ward C11 MSL MK1 Automatic watch indicates central hours, minutes and seconds.

Additionally, it provides a date indication at 4 oclock. All the functions are driven by an ETA 2824-2 or Sellita SW200 (2824 clone) movement. The model can be also powered by a quartz movement.

The new Christopher Ward watch is mounted on a dark-toned strap. It joins to a stainless steel buckle, revealing mixed brushed and polished surfaces, two decorative screws and deep-etched engraving.

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