Today on the Worn & Wound podcast, Blake Buettner talks to Christopher Ward’s co-founder Mike France. Christopher Ward just released their new C65 Super Compressor dive watch, and in this conversation Mike takes us through the process of bringing this watch to market – the first genuine super compressor to be made in decades. Blake and Mike cover a ton of ground here, including the tech behind super compressors, the debate over whether or not to include a display case back, and the reasoning behind the C65 Super Compressor’s cushion case design (another first for Christopher Ward). But it’s not all dive watch talk – Blake and Mike also discuss the development of Christopher Ward’s SH21 movement, the importance of being connected to the enthusiast community, and a whole lot more.
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