A slim ‘dodecagonal’ case. An extraordinary integrated bracelet. And a textured 3D dial that’s impossible to ignore. Available as a steel automatic or a titanium chronometer.

The story of The Twelve

Six years in the making. Endless experimentation. A pause until our team knew they could achieve their ambitions. Enjoy the story of our first integrated watch in 16 years.

The ‘Picasso’ of watchmaking

Why the man behind Patek Philippe’s Nautilus and the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak is horology’s greatest designer.

‘We thought differently’

Where did the idea for The Twelve come from? What difficulties did CW’s team face? And when did they realise they’d made something extraordinary?


Twelve-sided, marine-grade steel case.
Elegant integrated bracelet – with butterfly clasp.
Multi-faceted dial with applied logo.
Available in four colours.

From £850 $995 €1,095 C$1,350 S$1,395 CHF950 HK$8,100 A$1,395 ₩1,274,000 NT$29,695
Basalt grey Discover
Glacier blue Discover
Arctic white Discover
Nordic blue Discover


Crafted from ultra-light, ultra-tough Grade 2 titanium. COSC-certified movement.
Two unique dial colours.

From £1,225 $1,450 €1,595 C$1,975 S$1,995 CHF1,350 HK$11,675 A$2,050 ₩1,837,500 NT$42,875
Astral blue Discover
Nebula purple Discover

What the press say about
The Twelve

Frequently asked questions
on The Twelve

Can I remove the bracelet links myself?
Yes. The bracelet is made up of 12 single-screw links that can easily be removed with a 1.4mm screwdriver. Or, if you choose the resize option when purchasing your watch, we can adjust the bracelet for you.

Does the integrated bracelet feature quick-release?
Yes, both The Twelve’s bracelet and rubber strap have the quick-release system.

Can The Twelve be engraved?
Yes, you can add this at checkout. The engraving will be on the outer part of the case back – to the side of the serial number.

What type of clasp/buckle is featured on the rubber strap?
The rubber strap features a standard buckle and tang.

When will The Twelve next be available to purchase?
Due to the extraordinary demand for The Twelve, some versions may not be available immediately, but you’ll always be able to pre-order your watch. The availability dates for all models are on the product page and are regularly updated.

Can I view The Twelve range in-store?
Yes! But only at our showroom in Maidenhead, Berkshire (west of London). Click here to book your appointment.

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