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Christopher Ward Aviation watches half price clearance @ Christopher Ward from £175
Christopher Ward Aviation watches half price clearance @ Christopher Ward from £175

Christopher Ward Aviation watches half price clearance @ Christopher Ward from £175

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Yes your right the watches do start at £175 but the one in the photo is £547.50.

Chris Ward watches offer very good value for money when they're half price like these (never buy one full price though, as they have so many sales!). They're easily of comparable quality to the likes of Longines, Raymond Weil etc and a many rungs up from the trash that Armani/Micheal Kors/Hugo Boss churn out.

At £547.50 for the watch shown in the image, it's actually reasonable value given the movement used and the fact it's got a ceramic case, if it had a Tag Heuer badge on it the cost would be more like £3,000.

You will be hard pushed to find another make of watch at £550 with the Valjoux 7750 movement fitted. Excellent value for money at this price.

Edited by: "GCLA4" 23rd Feb

scroll down there's a lot more on the link.

I have a couple of ward watches. well made . look great and amazing customer service

GCLA4

You will be hard pushed to find another make of watch at £550 with the … You will be hard pushed to find another make of watch at £550 with the Valjoux 7750 movement fitted. Excellent value for money at this price.


Agreed, the Damasko I'm wearing today has that movement in it and costs £1500 or so. A more popular brand would normally want far more than that for the same product.

I'd appreciate some input from those of you that seem to have a bit of knowledge on the subject; I really like the C7 Bluebird and can pick it up for £450, is that a decent watch for the money?

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pippin000

I'd appreciate some input from those of you that seem to have a bit of … I'd appreciate some input from those of you that seem to have a bit of knowledge on the subject; I really like the C7 Bluebird and can pick it up for £450, is that a decent watch for the money?



It's a nice looking watch, it is quite expensive for a Quartz but my only advice would be to buy what you like, watches are not usually great investments either way so as long as you like it that's all that matters really !
Edited by: "MaddiesDaddy" 25th Feb
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