Christopher Ward C60 Anthropocene GMT Watch

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Christopher Ward gives the C60 an adventure-ready overhaul inside and out, with the Anthropocene GMT. Boosting the movement’s power, this tool watch runs on the Sellita SW330-2, a shock-devouring Swiss automatic with a 56-hour power reserve. If you look closely at the dial, you can faintly see this movement at work. This is because the Anthropocene is equipped with a frosted sapphire dial, varnished to create an arctic aesthetic.

A collaboration with adventurer and conservationist, Tom Hicks, the orange GMT hand doesn’t just add visual pop in front of the arctic dial. It also provides topnotch legibility when monitoring your second time zone on the ceramic bezel. Top that off with the stylish CW Trident hands and a whopping 600 meters of water resistance.

  • Price: $1,290
  • Case Diameter: 42mm
  • Movement: Sellita SW330-2 Self-Winding Mechanical
  • Crystal: Sapphire
  • Water Resistance: 600 Meters

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