Christopher Ward has introduced a new variation of its bestselling C60 Pro 300 deep-sea dive watch. Now dressed in bronze, the time-teller boasts a rustic yet elegant look while upholding its essential build qualities.
Similar to the C60 Atoll 300 that was launched last month, the bronze reference features an ombré effect lacquered dial in a rich chocolate brown. Attired in a 42mm bronze Light-catcher™ case that will patinate over time and wear, making each piece unique to its owner.
Powering the diver timepiece is the COSC-certified Sellita SW200 automatic caliber that boasts a running time of 38 hours, and 30ATM water resistance. As it is a diver watch, it’s also equipped with a countdown bezel to help its wearer keep track of submersion intervals, as well as 5N gold indices and hands filled with Super-LumiNova.
Currently available via Christopher Ward, the C60 Pro 300 Bronze has a starting price point of $1,275 USD. Spanning a brown leather strap, black rubber, and black and gray nylon strap options, the total price of the watch will vary slightly depending on the choice of straps.
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