They are pumping out new models like never before, which is a good thing for them ofcourse.
Two weeks ago they unveiled their brand new C9 Jumping Hour Mk II, and now the C900 Worldtimer, which was done in association with watchmaker Johannes Jahnke.
What is so special about this particular ‘GMT’ watch?
The ‘GMT’ feature can be complicated to use on most of the watches that has this feature, but Christopher Ward takes it to a whole new level of simplicity with their new C900 Worldtimer. This is one of the most easy to use ‘GMT’ watch…
The Christopher Ward Design Team, has convinced me and surely many others out there, with this very detailed, multilayer dial. The blue & white world map, uses a red dot on the map to indicate the location of the selected time zone.
If you are a global traveller then, you are surely used to the worlds airport codes, the watch, displays airport codes at 12 o’clock, and on the case back you can find the out which city the codes belongs to.
Watchmaker Johannes Jahnke, which is the man behind of the C900 Single Pusher Chronograph, has developed the Calibre JJ03, which is based on an ETA 2893 base movement with a complication that, has re-designed gearing system to enable both the ‘local’ hand and the GMT hand to rotate at the same speed. The two hands use the same 24-hour, makes the dial very easy to read.