Malvern Automatic

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[quote="Bob Demers"][/quote]

Ah yes, the ultra rare limited edition black hand model. 8)
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..those hand were made special for me by elves in Sherwood Forrest. :wink:
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Post by Hans »

nice one Guus! :wink:
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Hans wrote:nice one Guus! :wink:
Thanks, just cropped a bit and slightly adjusted curves... :wink:
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Great avatar Guus! Here's an outdoor shot...

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This is something different:
presenting my watch and our bird, who happened to be in my room.

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just the watch:

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:P :lol:







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C5 is Great looking watch. Simplicity and perfection.
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KevRC4130 wrote:
Bob Demers wrote:
Ah yes, the ultra rare limited edition black hand model. 8)
So, what's the score with the hands on this model? Are they black or are they white? I realise there is a little joke going on here but not quite sure what the punch line is! On the subject of hands - white hands on white face - how on earth are you supposed to read it at a glance? Form follows function surely? I'm put off some of the white face models here simply because I know I wouldn't be able to easily read the watch with what appear to be white hands. Of course the Kingfisher doesn't suffer this fate and I'm hoping to press the button on the one of these very shortly.
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The hands are silver, not white, not black. I have no issues with the hands whatsoever, I love the index/hands combination of the C5.
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I receive the watch today, C5 Malvern automatic. Very nice.
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Re: Malvern Automatic

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Too late for the birthday though.
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Re: Malvern Automatic

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really a beautiful watch, i must get one. is the one in the pictures a white dial or the cream dial? I cant tell from all the different lighting
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