2012/04/02 - Christopher Ward the C60 Trident GMT Automatic - Nato

In 1954, in collaboration with Pan Am Airways, Rolex developed the first dual-time watch, the GMT Master, which had the incredibly useful function for the airline's personnel of being able to tell the time in two separate time zones simultaneously.

Since then many luxury watch brands have designed their own versions of this watch and now we have given the iconic design a Christopher Ward make-over using the stunning ETA 2893-2 automatic movement as the power source. And because the Trident has a uni-directional bezel it is possible to know the time in three time-zones simultaneously. Eat your heart out, Rolex!

Technical specifications

  • Swiss made 
  • 21 Jewel automatic movement 
  • 42 hr power reserve 
  • GMT function 
  • Marine grade stainless steel case 
  • Uni-directional bezel 
  • 3 Timezones (2 Instantaneous) 
  • Screw-in crown and back plate 
  • 30 atm (1000 feet) water resistant case 
  • 4.0mm Anti-reflective sapphire crystal 
  • Adjustable NATO strap 
  • Super-Luminova indices, bezel marker and hands 
  • Unique engraved individual serial number 
  • Beautiful presentation case and owner's handbook 
  • Diameter: 42mm 
  • Height: 13mm 
  • Weight: 129g 
  • Calibre: ETA 2893-2 
  • Strap: Nylon 
  • Vibrations: 28,800 per hour