Christopher Ward C63 Sealander GMT


Manufacturer: Christopher Ward | Price: from £850 GBP

Christopher Ward C63 Sealander GMT

  • Dimensions: Case – 39.2mm, Thickness – 11.9mm, Lug to Lug – 45.1mm, Lug Width – 20mm
  • Total Weight: 139g (bracelet sized up for my 6¾″ wrist)
  • Movement: Sellita SW330-2 GMT Elaboré, Colimaçoné Finishing, 28,800vph, Custom Rotor, 25 Jewels, Hackable, Self Winding, 56hr Power Reserve
  • Case: Brushed & Polished 316L Stainless Steel, Anti-Shock System
  • Bezel: Fixed, Brushed & Polished 316L Stainless Steel, Black Lacquer Filled 24 Hour Arabics
  • Dial: Polished Lacquer, Applied Gunmetal Indexes (Diamond Polished Facets), Colour Matched Date @6
  • Hands: Gunmetal Diamond Cut Trident Hands, Trident Counter-Balance on Seconds Hand, Orange GMT Hand
  • Lume: Swiss Super-LumiNova® Grade X1 BL C1
  • Bracelet: Brushed & Polished 316L Stainless Steel, Quick Release, Solid Links, Signed Milled Clasp, On-the-fly Micro Adjustment
  • Crystal: Flat Sapphire, Chamfered Edge, Inner Anti-Reflective Coatings
  • Water Resistance: 150m / 15 ATM / 500ft
  • Caseback: Screw Down Exhibition Display, Sapphire Crystal, Unique Serial Number
  • Crown: 6.3mm, Embossed Screw Down, Signed
  • Where to Buy: Christopher Ward
  • Strap Options: Brushed & Polished 316L Stainless Steel, Leather, Rubber, Tide Ocean Material®
  • Colour Options: Black, Blue, Green, White
  • Warranty: 60 Months, 60 Day Returns
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"The luxurious-but-practical ‘sports-explorer’ has long been a staple of elite watchmaking. And while Christopher Ward boasts an iconic dive collection (C60 Trident) and a vintage-style retro-dive range (the C65's), it’s held back on joining the sports-explorer market. Until now. Enter the three-model C63 Sealander range; a set of go-anywhere, do-everything watches that can’t be beaten on quality or value. Sealanders are made for a world in flux. A world where home and office mingle, where jeans and trainers are the acceptable uniform of business; and where provenance trumps ostentation every time. A Sealander is the natural choice for the digital worker. If you make your living behind a laptop, consider yourself a citizen of the world and care deeply about the environment, you need a watch that reflects your values – and of course your style! The Sealander range provide just that."
Mike France, CEO, Christopher Ward
Mike France
CEO, Christopher Ward

Christopher Ward C63 Sealander GMT Video Review

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One Comment

  1. Beefy McDookies


    I thoroughly enjoyed your YouTube video review on the C63 GMT with the twin flags.

    I fully agree with your perspective on the Tudor you mentioned, as it is boring indeed, and failed to hold my attention as well. In-house movements sometimes are overblown.

    You are part of the reason I ordered this very watch to add to my collection, and my very first CW!

    Also enjoyed that you are a no bones about it type of guy, no fluff and it’s all about the watch your presenting and your thoughts and impressions.

    I have a Longines 190th anniversary and I’m a burly dude with 9″ wrists, so 40mm isn’t really the best size, but I love it, and so the 39.2mm C63 GMT will be just as sweet.

    And lastly out of experience Zelos does not do that bracelet extension justice, so when I get my CW I’ll finally have one that works properly.

    Have a great 2023!

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