Combining vintage beauty with modern mechanics, the\u00a0C65 Trident Bronze SH21 Limited Edition from Christopher Ward simply emanates with quality. It comes to us on the heels of the brand's wildly successful C65 Trident, which was similarly inspired by historic diver's watches. This time around, Christopher Ward has added bronze detailing, along with gold-plating on the baton-shaped hands. Furthermore, the hands have been filled with Old Radium Super-Luminova, as have the raised indexes and enlarged numerals at 12 o'clock. Extremely limited in supply, the watch is an exquisite sight to behold, representing a symphony of detail, material and colour.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nAt the bottom of the C65's eye-catching\u00a0blue dial is a small second subdial with\u00a0circular azzur\u00e9 detailing. Like so many terrific diver's watches before it, this one also includes a push-down crown,\u00a0sapphire crystal protection, a unidirectional aluminium bezel, and water resistance to 150m. Mixing brushed and polished surfaces to brilliant effect, the 41mm bronze case will oxidise when put into contact with moisture, thereby developing a distinct patina over time.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nUnder the skin is hand-wound Calibre SH21, with 27 jewels, small second complication, date wheel, and 120-hour power reserve. To ensure the utmost in accuracy, the movement was certified by the Contr\u00f4le Officiel Suisse des Chronom\u00e8tres, something that only 6% of Swiss-made movements are able to accomplish. Available on either a Vintage Oak Leather, Canvas Webbing or Rubber strap, and limited to a mere 150 pieces, Christopher Ward's latest retails for $2110 USD.\r\nCheck it out\r\nHave you subscribed to Man of Many? You can also follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.