NEW! Discover the ultra-accurate ETA Calibre G10.212i quartz C63 Valour $790.00 Pre-order for end April 2024

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The C63 Valour. The first watch in our MOD-approved Military Collection dedicated to all three of His Majesty’s Armed Forces. Powered by a thermo-compensated quartz movement that’s accurate to +/- 10 seconds per year. With stopwatch capability for timing on the go. And a reverse-panda dial inspired by the sports chronographs of the 1960s – with the hand of each sub dial colour-aligned to a particular Service. Plus, a 39mm Light-catcher™ case engraved with the insignia of the Army, Navy and RAF on the backplate. Available on two bracelets – the jewellery-like Consort™ and rugged Bader – or flexible Webbing strap.

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Ultimate quartz precision​

ETA’s Calibre G10.212i quartz movement delivers not just incredible accuracy (+/- 10 seconds per year), but also a full range of stopwatch options.

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A case you’ll love to wear​

The 39mm Light-catcher™ case isn’t just beautiful – check the way light bounces off its surfaces – but has also been designed to sit closer to your wrist.

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Precision under pressure
For those who risk it all in service of their country, accuracy can be a matter of life and death.

So when Christopher Ward set out to create a watch that paid tribute to the Army, Navy and Royal Air Force, we knew that precision timing was front and centre. We also knew that a standard three-hander watch wouldn’t be sufficient.

Step forward the C63 Valour: an exceptional retro-style sports chronograph powered by one of the most accurate quartz movements in the world, ETA’s Calibre G10.212i.

Inspired by the British Military’s quartz watches of the 1980s, the dial plays host to three subdials – controlled by pushers on the side of the case – which not only deliver a wealth of stopwatch options, but are dedicated to one of the Services through different coloured hands. And, in a first for a Military Collection, both the flat-polished numerals and logo have been applied for added depth.

Crafted in marine-grade stainless steel, the 39mm Light-catcher™ case is designed to sit snugly on almost every size of wrist. Turn the watch over, and you’ll find the insignia of the three Services deep-stamped into the case. Each heraldic badge features the ‘Queen’s crown’ – a mark of reverence to the late Queen Elizabeth II.

The C63 Valour is available on both the military-style Webbing strap, the sporty Bader bracelet or The Consort™ – our most jewellery-like bracelet. And thanks to our quick-release system, swapping between strap and bracelet is effortless. Finally, because this is a watch designed for adventure on land and at sea, water-resistance is to 150m.

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ETA Calibre G10.212i quartz​

Renowned for its accuracy, ETA’s Calibre G10.212i is a quartz chronograph movement that displays hours, minutes, seconds and date. Chronograph functionality is controlled by two pushers, while subdials display 1/10th of seconds, 60 seconds, and 30 minutes. It also has ‘add’ and ‘split’ functions. Accurate to +/- 10 seconds, the movement has a diameter of 29.80mm and is 5.12mm high.

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Dial of delights​

The reverse panda dial boasts three subdials – with the hand of each one coloured to a particular Service: red for the Army; dark blue for the Navy; light blue for the RAF.

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Paying our dues​

The caseback features the heraldic crest of the Army, Navy and RAF. We’ve used the versions with the ‘Queen’s crown’ as a mark of respect to Queen Elizabeth II.

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Your number’s up​

Inspired by the design of the British Military’s quartz watches of the 1980s, the large numerals are applied and polished, as is CW’s ‘twin flags’ logo.

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Technical​

  • SKUC63-39QCC3-S00K0-B1
  • Watch ModelC63
  • Size39mm
  • Dial ColourBlack
  • Case MaterialStainless steel
  • Case ColourSilver
  • Bezel ColourSilver
  • Height11.55mm
  • Lug-to-Lug45.8mm
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Features​

  • Swiss made
  • Quartz ETA G10.212 AD COSC, with Chronograph complication, power drive and preci-drive certification
  • Marine-grade stainless steel light-catcher case with polished and brushed surfaces.
  • Matte finish dial
  • 1/10th seconds, 60 seconds and 30 minute sub-dial counters
  • Deep etched case back with military branch emblems
  • Diamond polished applied numerals
  • Polished hour and minute hands
  • Super-LumiNova® Grade X1 BL C1
  • Brushed and polished five-link Consort bracelet with butterfly clasp
  • Eco-friendly luxury presentation case and owner's handbook
 
The C70 Royal Air Force Ad Astra
Features
22 jewel Swiss quartz movement
Royal Air Force roundel and insignia
Multi-function chronograph
Date window
Convex sapphire crystal with ant-reflective
coating
Water resistant to 10 atm
Adjustable quick-release butterfly clasp
Screw-in crown
Engraved caseback with unique serial number
Chronographic dials with split
minutes / seconds / 1/10 seconds
Tachymeter bezel and engraved backplate
Technical Data
Diameter: 42mm
Height: 10.7mm
Weight: 80g - 160g
Case: 316L Stainless steel
Calibre: ETA 251.272
Accuracy: +20 / -10 seconds per month

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https://www.christopherward.com/on/...ult/dw5df2591b/pdfs/Aviation/c70aa_manual.pdf
 
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