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Disclaimer: I reserve the right to change my mind until it’s no longer the case….

This is my current ‘go to’ watch when I can’t decide or just want something to pick up and wear. 56 hours of power reserve usually means it’s still ticking away. On a (quick release) bracelet which means it’ll go with most things I wear and no tools needed if I swap it out for a (quick release) strap.

On wrist today: Christopher Ward Sealander GMT

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The Sealander series is the best thing to come from CW in years. Love my three hand and GMT versions. 
 

My go-to is my Sinn 556A-RS though. 
 

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My go to as of late.  Since its quartz its always set correctly.  I think it was Two broke watch snobs that called their go to a "chicken sandwich watch."  Basically when they go to a restaurant and cant decide what to get, they order a chicken sandwich. haha. 

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biglove

The Sealander series is the best thing to come from CW in years. Love my three hand and GMT versions. 
 

My go-to is my Sinn 556A-RS though. 
 

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The Sinn just feels so well built!

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This is my current go to, mainly because it had a wobble a few days back and I want to be sure it’s ok:

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I’ve now ruined the overall aesthetic of your thread.

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Tomorrow CW drops a new watch, the Aquitaine, excited? I'm curious about it

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I have been eyeing a Christopher Ward for a while. I simply can't decide between the three below. I've heard nothing but good things about Christopher Ward watches. I don't necessarily have a go to. I simply choose a watch to wear for the week and then rotate, generally.

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chronotriggered

This is my current go to, mainly because it had a wobble a few days back and I want to be sure it’s ok:

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I’ve now ruined the overall aesthetic of your thread.

Not in the slightest…! Looks good - hope its ok!

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TheLeftyWatchNerd

Tomorrow CW drops a new watch, the Aquitaine, excited? I'm curious about it

I didnt know that! Thanks for the heads up!

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11SWM11

I have been eyeing a Christopher Ward for a while. I simply can't decide between the three below. I've heard nothing but good things about Christopher Ward watches. I don't necessarily have a go to. I simply choose a watch to wear for the week and then rotate, generally.

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Is there a possibilty of trying all three on?

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Chunghauphoto

Not in the slightest…! Looks good - hope its ok!

👍  I will pass on the best wishes.

Slight tongue-in-cheek by posting an 80 year old 28mm Cyma Watersport in a sea of modern divers though. If it isn’t ok there will be a meltdown post - the perils of vintage #751 or something… I think that’s where we have got to.

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chronotriggered

👍  I will pass on the best wishes.

Slight tongue-in-cheek by posting an 80 year old 28mm Cyma Watersport in a sea of modern divers though. If it isn’t ok there will be a meltdown post - the perils of vintage #751 or something… I think that’s where we have got to.

It harms no one!

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11SWM11

I have been eyeing a Christopher Ward for a while. I simply can't decide between the three below. I've heard nothing but good things about Christopher Ward watches. I don't necessarily have a go to. I simply choose a watch to wear for the week and then rotate, generally.

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The C63 GMT would be my pick of the three. The other two are larger, and rather thick. 

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I have seen this CW pop up here on WC rather often lately. Seems to fit my bill a lot. GMT with Polar dial in 39 mm. Must say I’m pretty close to pull the trigger.

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Chunghauphoto

Is there a possibilty of trying all three on?

I don't believe so. I don't know of a boutique in the U.S.. I might have to go with the good ol guess and hope for the best 😎

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Alright, it’s settled. I‘m getting one.