C5 Malvern value

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C5 Malvern value

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I was just looking through the complete men's lineup of CW offerings. Let's just say I went on a major tangent when I got to the C5 Malvern. I looked at all makes of comparable autos from value:features brands like Hamilton, Archimede, Victorinox, etc.

I couldn't find anything even close to what the C5 offers for the money. It's really amazing. The closest I could find were used Hamilton's, with no warranty and no service. I'm so glad I found out about CW.
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If you were comparing to buy...you should buy it! 8)
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It was my first.
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Good man - go for it! I've had mine for a few weeks, and it's a stunning watch, definitely my favourite CW! 8)
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