In 2020, Britain’s Christopher Ward became the first watchmaker to revive the so-called Super Compressor case, a popular style dormant since the 1970s. For its C65 Super Compressor model, Christopher Ward “reverse engineered” the original design by Ervin Piquerrez to create the barrel-shaped case equipped with the built-in 300-micron-thick compression spring that gives the design its name.
Measuring 41 mm in stainless steel, the case has two screw-down crowns on the side — one for winding and setting the time, the other for setting dive times on the inner bezel, which rotates with 120 distinctive clicks. Inside the 150-meter water-resistant case, a Swiss-made Sellita SW200 automatic caliber beats at a brisk 28,800-vph frequency and amasses a power reserve of 38 hours.
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