C60 Trident Ombre COSC LE
Deep. Dark. Desirable
The C60 Trident Pro 600 diving watch is our most popular timepiece. And while this watch shares the same engineering excellence as the rest of the line, the C60 Trident Ombré COSC Limited Edition is crucially different in one specific way: the dial.
Each model boasts an ‘ombré’ (i.e. shaded) dial which has been hand-distressed to give it a unique ‘worn’ look – fading to black subtly around the edge. This means that no single watch is ever precisely the same.
Some design elements do chime with other C60 Tridents: witness the triangular hour hand, baton-shaped minute hand and unidirectional bezel, all deep-filled with Grade X1 GL C1 Super-LumiNova® for eligibility at depth.
Constructed from marine-grade stainless steel, the watch’s 42mm case utilises CW’s ‘light-catcher’ design with lugs that gently arc into a swathe line at the case’s central point, creating a slimming effect. And thanks to its COSC-certified chronometer movement, no matter how deep you go, its accuracy will never let you down.
Sellita SW200 movement
Sellita SW200 Automatic Chronometer
Designed for those who demand the highest standards of timekeeping, this Swiss-made automatic movement has been officially designated as a ‘chronometer’ by the Contrôle Officiel Suisse des Chronomètres.
This means it has a certified timing tolerance of just -4/+6 seconds per day in a variety of temperatures and positions, putting it in the top six percent of Swiss-made watches for accuracy.
The movement boasts a date wheel, a 4Hz frequency (equating to a smooth eight ticks per second) and a 38-hour power reserve. It also has an in-built anti-shock system to maintain accuracy when faced with any sudden jolts.
One of a kind
Rare. In every sense of the word. The C60 Trident Ombré COSC is limited to just 300 pieces, while its hand-distressed dial means no two are the same.
A bezel to rely on
Made of scratch-resistant ceramic and deep filled with lume for visibility, the Ombré’s bezel is the perfect partner on land or under the sea. And when you turn it, the click is reassuringly solid.
Light years ahead
The watch’s ‘light-catcher’ case is designed to look fantastic and feel super-slim on the wrist. And when the light catches its brushed and polished surfaces, you’ll know how it got its name.
Changing the strap of your watch is a dream thanks to Christopher Ward’s in-house quick-release system.
Lume. Like no other
When the lights go down, you still need to be able to tell the time. That’s why the indexes and hands are coated with Grade X1 GL C1 Super-LumiNova® for clarity in the lowest of light.
Use the bezel on a dive watch
This video explains how our Trident range’s unidirectional bezel should be used correctly during a dive. Don’t forget: it can also be used for other timing needs.
The materials that we use to make our watches are central to the quality, performance and appeal of our timepieces. It’s not something that’s often talked about in watchmaking, but without the right materials, you’ll never have the right watch.