My C50 COSC

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Re: My C50 COSC

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amagawd wrote:I'll ask a question to all involved about the C50 COSC: Do you think that it's best suited to an older person or would somebody in their 20s be able to pull this off? When I look a this watch I envisage it being sat on the wrist of a middle-aged male which leads me to believe it may not be right for me.

Still, it's an absolutely beautiful watch and if a friend asked me to recommend one CWL watch to them this would probably it. Maybe I've just answered my own question about the watch for me!
If I saw someone in their twenties wearing a C50 COSC I would think they had immaculate taste!

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How does it work with shirts and possibly suit jackets? I mean, it is rather thick, so is it a bit difficult to wear with a suit and check the time easily? Without having to pull it violently from under the sleeve? (Badly phrased questions, I know, but hopefully you guys understand.)
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Very nice looking watch. This one would be hard to choose between that and the 60. For suits: unbutton your sleeve.
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Jape wrote:How does it work with shirts and possibly suit jackets? I mean, it is rather thick, so is it a bit difficult to wear with a suit and check the time easily? Without having to pull it violently from under the sleeve? (Badly phrased questions, I know, but hopefully you guys understand.)
I have not found this to be a problem myself.
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Kip wrote:
Jape wrote:How does it work with shirts and possibly suit jackets? I mean, it is rather thick, so is it a bit difficult to wear with a suit and check the time easily? Without having to pull it violently from under the sleeve? (Badly phrased questions, I know, but hopefully you guys understand.)
I have not found this to be a problem myself.
Ok, that's one obstable removed... :D

Thanks.
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