continues with new variations of the C1 with the "Amethyst." Using the same case as the standard C1 (which I think is about 45mm wide), the Amethyst is in 18k white gold quite nicely decorated with 219 baguette-cut amethyst stones. These purple stones are placed all over the case and dial. It frankly looks sorta cool, and contains 13.8 carats of stones. I can't help but think that Concord was influenced by watches like the MB&F JwrlyMachine. Concord says that they will make just one model, but I have a feeling if enough people order the watch - they will make another.
The C1 one case - which never really a favorite of mine - is showing its age. Concord lacks solid direction right now, but when they get a better leader I envision new things from them. This C1 Amethyst uses the same ETA Valgranges automatic chronograph movement that is COSC chronometer certified.
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