Selling a Christopher Ward Trident Pro GMT in 38mm. It's black dial with black bezel and yellow GMT hand. I purchased this brand new from ChristopherWard a little over a year ago and have worn it sparingly. The watch is in absolute mint condition. There are no marks to be seen anywhere, except for the backside of the case lugs from strap changes. This was worn in a rotation and visited the office a few times a month. It functions flawlessly. Bezel turns crisply, lines up perfectly at 12:00, crown screws down securely and enters all three time settings with ease. I set the time 5:50pm on 1/31/18. As of this writing (17.5 hours have passed) and the watch is currently 0.75 seconds fast (according to my eyes and watchville app). It is mounted on a brand new Chris Ward Italian Oak Leather strap with signed buckle. It's quite nice, black, and slightly padded near the lugs. It comes in the Chris Ward box (new style) with instruction booklet and unused microfiber cloth. Instruction booklet is dated 1.28.17 so there is plenty of life left on the 60:60 guarantee.

About this model: old CHR WARD LONDON Logo. 38mm size with 20mm lugs. Automatic ETA 2893. Ceramic bezel. Wave dial. Water resistant to 600m. Screw down crown and deeply etched Trident caseback. More information is readily available on the internet. It's absolutely beautiful but I prefer the non-GMT version. So, as for trades, if you have a 38mm Chris Ward Trident Pro in Black (Vintage or Standard), let me know! Otherwise, I will only sell outright.

I'm firm at $600 shipped in the US. I will ship USPS Priority Mail and offer signature confirmation (at my cost) if you choose. I'm not the best photographer, but the photos below represent the condition of the watch.

Now the un-fun things. These terms are unfortunately necessary. I expect you to have some form of feedback. I have a lot of feedback available here if you search the feedback forum. I don't accept returns unless the watch is fake. I'm absolutely happy to answer questions, so please don't send me a message stating "I'll take it" and then ask 20 questions afterwards. I'm an enthusiast, not a business, and hope that this fact is respected. I respond timely and expect a buyer to do the same.