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It was a red-letter day in July 2014 when we launched our in-house movement, Calibre SH21, to an unsuspecting assembly of industry journalists. Small, independent watch brands like us just aren’t supposed to take on the big boys (and beat them) at their own game. I guess we just hadn’t read the rule book – again.
An aviation watch whose every detail has been designed and engineered to fully enhance the provenance of the historical material inside, this 100-piece limited edition contains metal from the Royce Merlin engine fitted to Supermarine Spitfire X4276. Flown by revered RAF ace 'Al' Deere until its crash in December 1940, the C8 celebrates two iconic characters in RAF history as we reach its centenary.
Upon its release in 2014, the C9 5 Day Automatic was the first watch to carry our in-house movement, Calibre SH21. From case to dial to movement, the C1 skilfully updates its predecessor in every way – the result is a dress watch as aesthetically beautiful as it is technically pioneering.
Introducing a superior new premium dress watch aesthetic, the C1 Grand Malvern Power Reserve has at its heart a new automatic power reserve version of our in-house movement, Calibre SH21, making this a hugely significant timepiece for Christopher Ward. With timeless, understated English design supported by unimpeachable Swiss technical excellence, the all-new C1 Grand Malvern rewards a detailed examination.
Precise. Legible. Beautiful: the C8 Power Reserve Chronometer is a watch firmly rooted in the tradition of British aviation timepieces like the Smith’s Mk II A clock. But its looks are just part of the story: powered by a new complication of Calibre SH21, the watch can run for an incredible five days on just one charge.