Christopher Ward W61 Trident Pro Watch Review Wrist Time Reviews

Christopher Ward W61, dial closeup

We’ve written before about the trend towards smaller watches, and today’s datum is the Christopher Ward W61 Trident Pro. Based on customer requests, CW took their C60 Trident (42mm) and made a version at 38mm.

Available in blue, black and orange, the W61 is really designed for both women and smaller-wristed men. Not that that’s good ad copy, so most brands call it “mid-sized.” 38mm wide, 45.2 lug to lug, 12.1mm thick, and 87g including the strap.

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Christopher Ward W61 Trident Pro Watch Review Wrist Time Reviews

Christopher Ward W61, side view

Brushed finish on the side, polished on top, signed crown with squared-off crown guards, aluminum bezel insert, beveled 4.0mm sapphire crystal with inner anti-reflective coating.

Christopher Ward W61 Trident Pro Watch Review Wrist Time Reviews

Christopher Ward W61, left angle

Depending on lighting and angle, the wave pattern on the dial can range from obvious to invisible. I like that. The red-tipped seconds hand has a very cool trident counterpoise. I’m less fond of the partially-skeletonized hour and minute hand, since they’re less legible that way, but overall it’s still easy to read the time – day or night.

Christopher Ward W61 Trident Pro Watch Review Wrist Time Reviews

Christopher Ward W61 lume

Quite good, easily legible.

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