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Any in the US? New York or Philadelphia.
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Great return policy which is what hooked me.
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leoo wrote:Any in the US? New York or Philadelphia.
Curious.. Do you want to touch and feel before buying?
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julywest wrote:
leoo wrote:Any in the US? New York or Philadelphia.
Curious.. Do you want to touch and feel before buying?
You know, with today's virtual sensory technology, you could almost do that! Outside of that, it would take a lot of mailing back and forth, utilizing the 60/60 rule. Now try this one... should arrive in 10 days. While you're waiting, can I offer you a cup of Jo? :lol: Better yet; you could up front about 10K and get the "sampler pack". Choose the one you like and return the rest. :clap:
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Russ-Shettle wrote:
julywest wrote:
leoo wrote:Any in the US? New York or Philadelphia.
Curious.. Do you want to touch and feel before buying?
You know, with today's virtual sensory technology, you could almost do that! Outside of that, it would take a lot of mailing back and forth, utilizing the 60/60 rule. Now try this one... should arrive in 10 days. While you're waiting, can I offer you a cup of Jo? :lol: Better yet; you could up front about 10K and get the "sampler pack". Choose the one you like and return the rest. :clap:
True I was curious because that is what I like to do and yet I have been very lucky with Chr.Ward watches so far. So I was thinking if we knew which OP was interested in we might could help. With opinions you know?
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leoo wrote:Any in the US? New York or Philadelphia.
As has been said...no retailers. It is the major reason CWL was born...to avoid middle men.

Perhaps you would like to come to the next Boston Tea Party...I'll bring a few CWLs along for you to look at. :D
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I wanted to try it on before. :oops: But i guess i can browse the CW pics of the day for the model and see how it looks.
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JAG wrote:What model & what size wrist i am sure 1 of us will have near enough the same size as yours with the same model
Yes I ordered a c600 based on liking the pictures but couldn't believe how well it fit and sits kiln my wrist. Very similar to an Omega Seamaster I have so maybe some guidance like that.
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julywest wrote:
JAG wrote:What model & what size wrist i am sure 1 of us will have near enough the same size as yours with the same model
Yes I ordered a c600 based on liking the pictures but couldn't believe how well it fit and sits kiln my wrist. Very similar to an Omega Seamaster I have so maybe some guidance like that.
I would tell you; if the watch has enough appeal by its looks alone, buy it. You have a 50/50 chance it will fit to your liking and if not, you have the 60/60 guarantee. What other choice do you have but to forget the whole thing but then you'll never know what it was you passed up. Take a chance! :thumbup:
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Russ-Shettle wrote:
julywest wrote:
JAG wrote:What model & what size wrist i am sure 1 of us will have near enough the same size as yours with the same model
Yes I ordered a c600 based on liking the pictures but couldn't believe how well it fit and sits kiln my wrist. Very similar to an Omega Seamaster I have so maybe some guidance like that.
I would tell you; if the watch has enough appeal by its looks alone, buy it. You have a 50/50 chance it will fit to your liking and if not, you have the 60/60 guarantee. What other choice do you have but to forget the whole thing but then you'll never know what it was you passed up. Take a chance! :thumbup:
That's what I'm going to do with the Speedhawk. Normally I'd have to try it on but I'm going to roll the dice with this one since I like it so much.

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