The C63 Sealander is Christopher Ward’s take on a watch made to seamlessly conform to any situation. That goes for a dinner with friends, a casual grocery store run, ventures for the exploring-inclined and everything in between. Simply put, the C63 Sealander is a go-anywhere, do-anything tool watch. Within the lifespan of the Sealander line, we’ve seen several different models that include a GMT and a cleverly designed recessed crown model equipped with a push-button mechanism. Today, Christopher Ward expands the Sealander range, making it that much more dynamic with the release of the C63 Sealander 36mm.
The first iteration of the C63 Sealander came in a modernly proportioned case measuring 39mm wide, 45.8mm lug to lug, and 11.25mm thick. The new C63 Sealander comes in a smaller, more compact package measuring 36mm wide and 42.87mm lug to lug. It also slims down a tad coming in at 10.75mm in thickness. The stainless steel case sports a nice blend of brushed and polished finishing that highlights the different case features in various lighting.