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Old 6 November 2020, 01:24 AM   #1
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Christopher Ward C65 Dartmouth - Best Omega SM300 'Big Triangle' Inspired Watch?

Many months ago I was on the hunt for a watch that was styled similarly to the vintage Omega Seamaster 300 watches from the 'Big Triangle' design era. I considered a WatchCo build, a Borealis Estoril, an MKII Project 300, and ended up with the Helson Sharkmaster 300. That was a fun watch, but I sold it shortly to fund other watches to review. While I temporarily scratched that itch, I still very much admire that design. When I came across the Christopher Ward Dartmouth, I was very excited and even more so because it is offered in blue. So I requested to review this piece, and they were kind enough to oblige. But let me not do this watch too much of a disservice by only associating it with the SM300, because this watch is just an all-round excellent watch for the money.

Don't forget to check out the full review here - https://www.beansandbezels.com/revie...ward-dartmouth

Video review - https://youtu.be/R6wKueNrXxA







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