Not too long ago, we announced that Christopher Ward had totally overhauled their Trident C60 line. A line that has been a staple of their collection; their go to diver. What they released was pretty exciting too, at least on paper. Multiple new versions, many colors, quartz, mechanical, etc… All but the quartz now boasting 600m water resistance and ceramic bezels, two features that make them contend with much higher priced options. And, just because they can, they capped the collection off with a limited edition 5-day automatic version, using their in-house SH21 movement.
Naturally, we had to review one, and this gave us the opportunity to look at a different version from the original 42mm we reviewed some time ago. So, we went with the Trident C60 GMT 600 – 38mm with burgundy bezel. With a smaller case size and dual time movement, this provides a very different experience from the last one we saw. Coming in at $1,100, the new C60 GMT is priced higher than the previous version, which reflects cost increases of movements and manufacturing, but also the additional features.