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Christopher Ward Twelve X (Ti)

Christopher Ward Develops Its First Twelve Powered By Caliber SH21

Celebrating the 10th anniversary of their iconic SH21 movement, Christopher Ward introduces a timepiece that pushes the boundaries of craftsmanship.

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$ 4,865

Christopher Ward, known for its groundbreaking mechanical movements, celebrates the 10th anniversary of their SH21 movement with the Christopher Ward Twelve X (Ti). This latest timepiece showcases the pinnacle of the brand’s craftsmanship, boasting a skeletonized design that exposes intricate components like never before.

The Twelve X (Ti) removes excess material to reveal the inner workings of the SH21 movement, creating a captivating visual experience. Each exposed part is perfectly finished, showcasing the meticulous attention to detail that defines Christopher Ward’s timepieces.

In addition to its stunning design, the Twelve X features a blend of Grade 2 and Grade 5 titanium construction, offering both durability and scratch resistance. Including Grade 5 titanium on the bezel and case back enhances its resilience against daily wear and tear, ensuring lasting beauty. Enhancements extend beyond aesthetics. The bracelet clasp now has on-the-fly micro-adjustability, providing unparalleled comfort and convenience for wearers.

Designed as an open-series watch, the Twelve X embodies Christopher Ward’s commitment to making high-end watchmaking accessible to all. With its blend of cutting-edge technology and traditional craftsmanship, the Twelve X sets a new standard for luxury timepieces. Priced at $4,865, the watch is available now to preorder with a deposit of $1,800 for November delivery.

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Christopher Ward Twelve X (Ti)

Christopher Ward Twelve X (Ti)

$ 4,865
  • Case Material: Grade 2 Titanium
  • Case Diameter: 41mm
  • Movement: Caliber SH21
  • Water Resistance: 100 meters