Nothing wrong with a Christopher Ward watch or an Omega, just as there is nothing wrong with a Citizen or a Timex Ironman. They will all do the same job. However, I wouldn't spend much money on a watch from an internet based company with no actual description about servicing the watch. Yes, they will let you return it for any reason in 60 days, they also guarantee the movement for 5 years. Given that the movements are ETAs they can probably pop a new movement in there. But what about other parts that can get damaged and need replacing, such as bezels, winding crowns, and other smaller items. My friend bought his wife an Eterna about 10-12 years ago, from a well known watch store in NYC. They were only being sold in the US by a few stores, and they had little to no distribution or service here in the States. His wife badly damaged the bezel (after about 5 years of ownership). When he brought the watch in and asked about service, not only were they no longer carrying the brand, but they told him he was out of luck with a new bezel. They said there is almost no parts availability here. Parts for Eternas may have improved with them being part of the Gevril Group...but I'm not sure. I wonder what parts availability is like several years from now for a Chris Ward watch where there is no mention of actual service facilities or parts availability on their website. I'd hate to think I dropped $1,000 for a disposable watch. Even if I decided to spend less money on a watch, I'd rather buy from a company that has been around for quite a while and which I know has actual service centers to support after sales needs. Just my 2 cents.
They will service your watch (details on the website) or take it to any good watch place and they will do it for you as well. CW have been around for years now and are doing very well. They're not going anywhere and their watches are excellent. I'm not saying they're as good as Omega or any other high-end Swiss brand, but they're very good and people shouldn't hesitate if that is the particular brand they're after.