As some of you know, I somewhat of a fan of CW so ... bear with me. Earlier this week I received in the mail the new catalog. In it, there's the new C60 Trident Chronometre with the new CW logo that looks even more stunning (kinda sad I bought mine earlier) and a few of the new limited editions that are coming up.
I wanted to share it with you but, having no scanner at home, and being quite busy with the budget at work, I just decided to wait for the updates on the web site.
Now, here is the "pièce de résistance".
'The C900 Single Pusher Chronograph is beyond question Christopher Ward's
most complicated watch to date and will make an entirely new level of
sophistication accessible to more people' Chris WardI mean, WOW. Am I the only one who digs the fact that CW is trying to step up their game and become more recognized? I was astonished by the build quality of their watch. Last week at a meeting, the guy next to me had a Rolex Datejust (no offense to current owners) but I just wouldn't even have traded my C60 for it (given that you can't resell it).
'However, it's the magnificence of the movement that really moves me. I was completely transfixed when I first saw what Johannes had accomplished and I don't mind admitting that I almost cried with a combination of joy and pride. We may produce even more complicated watches in the future but the C900 will always be a very special watch for me.'The C900 SP 'owner's club' will not, however, be a crowded one. Due to the complexity of its movement, just 250 examples of the C900 SP, in this form, will be available worldwide, at £2450.
Too bad I don't have this spare money at the moment cause I would pull the trigger in a heartbeat!