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Christopher Ward Magazine - Spring 2014

Post by DBCooper on 2014-01-29, 14:00


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Re: Christopher Ward Magazine - Spring 2014

Post by eddiea on 2014-01-29, 20:22

Thanks for posting that link Sam...I have to say, got mixed feelings about CW, they do have some nice models and quality seems very good but most, are just bland.

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Post by Mortuus on 2014-01-30, 01:15

That's interesting, edds; I tend to look at them as being very 'clean,' without a lot of visual distractions. Still, I can't fault you for that opine. I own two CW Malvern II auto dress watches, of which there are something like a dozen versions in total. It's definitely not a model I'd want to hoard in multiples, truth to tell. I'm a fan of their automotive-inspired pieces, but their divers look pretty much like everyone else's divers, right down to the black dial/orange bezel "homage" piece that even Casio Edifice produced last year.

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