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C63 Sealander Collection

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Here we go.

Officially released videos;-








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Re: C63 Sealander Collection

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https://www.christopherward.com/sport-new

Nice looking watches, but not for me @ 39 & 40mm.
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Hmm, a white dial GMT on camel leather appeals to me. With a black/orange tide strap to swap to for holidays in warmer climates.

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I like the Elite, not fussed by the others. £1150 on a strap quickly cooled my interest
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This is one sexy beast of a watch IMHO.

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sproughton wrote: £1150 on a strap quickly cooled my interest
+1

I’d consider it for a 40% discount if they decide to offload it in a couple/few years.
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The white GMT really gets my interest, but it is just to close to my Anthropocene to justify
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They've also put a couple of videos on YouTube. For example:


Nice video but the watch doesn't seem to feature on any of the sports people for all I could see (shame as I would've happily modelled it on a sailing boat! :lol: ) and the final text was a bit weirdly implemented at the end - but cool video!

As for the watches, love them! Really fantastic! But...:
sproughton wrote: £1150 on a strap quickly cooled my interest
Yep, agreed with this too. After reading the rumors about these, I was worried they'd be four figures. Shame that happened (I know the others are cheaper... but it'd be the titanium I'd want).
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I think this collection is a real winner for CW and what a difference the name at 12 makes!!

Very nice looking watches, and IMO very competitively priced.

Lets hope this move will finally get rid of that name at 9 fiasco...

Regarding the elite pricing, where else can you get a watch with such a high spec in the market??
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Kansas City Milkman wrote:
Thu Apr 29, 2021 10:51 am
The white GMT really gets my interest, but it is just to close to my Anthropocene to justify

Which is pretty much where I start and I'm not about to offload my Anthropocene (sounds like you don' intend to either). So, in second place, the black GMT or the Elite? I need to get used to there not being a "conventional" crown sticking out even though that's the point.
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There's a new voucher code 100LOUPE21 for £100 off all watches over £500, brings the Sealander auto in at £495.
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I'm looking forward to reading reviews/seeing videos particularly to understand more about how that retractable crown works. Also just because I think these are actually great, and the more I look at them the more I want one!
It's interesting even they say that the date window creates a nice symmetry to their logo! :lol:
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Liking that GMT a lot! The sizing also suits.... :think:
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I think they all look fantastic - not sure whether this means the end of the C65 range as aside from a rotatable bezel, these seem preferable to me.
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Re: C63 Sealander Collection

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redmonaco wrote:
Thu Apr 29, 2021 11:03 am
I think this collection is a real winner for CW and what a difference the name at 12 makes!!

Very nice looking watches, and IMO very competitively priced.

Lets hope this move will finally get rid of that name at 9 fiasco...

Regarding the elite pricing, where else can you get a watch with such a high spec in the market??
The 9 o’clock logo never bothered me. In fact it’s a shame they didn’t stick with the twin flags at 12. I thought that looked great
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