CWL of the day

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It's not automatic, it's not as expensive as some, but I absolutely love my C2 Lido.
It just looks and feels highly engineered, with a beautifully clean and classic style.
Personally one of the best CWs there is. Guess I should get a C20 really!



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FLE for me today!

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C9 today. :)

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C8 MkII today. :)

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Speedhawk today:

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Peregrine Chrono C4SKK
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White C6 on mesh - and hairy arm!

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2009 FLE today. Looks like it needs a clean..

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It's strange for a watch I did not like initially because it had no minute markers this has become my current favourite CW. :D

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alphajet wrote:It's strange for a watch I did not like initially because it had no minute markers this has become my current favourite CW. :D

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I don't blame you one bit. 8)

And can you mention where you got the strap?
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CW C8 Pilot MK I and II, 2011 and 13 FLEs, C5 B of B and Malvern Aviator MK II, C11 MSL MK I, C70 DBR1, C60 and C60 GMT, C9 Harrison, C9 Chrono, C10 Aviator
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Mr Rick wrote:
alphajet wrote:It's strange for a watch I did not like initially because it had no minute markers this has become my current favourite CW. :D

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I don't blame you one bit. 8)

And can you mention where you got the strap?
Here is the link:
http://www.watch-band-center.com/watchs ... m-lig.html
No more Quartz (except when I cannot resist).
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alphajet wrote:
Mr Rick wrote:
alphajet wrote:It's strange for a watch I did not like initially because it had no minute markers this has become my current favourite CW. :D

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I don't blame you one bit. 8)

And can you mention where you got the strap?
Here is the link:
http://www.watch-band-center.com/watchs ... m-lig.html
Thank you.
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CW C8 Pilot MK I and II, 2011 and 13 FLEs, C5 B of B and Malvern Aviator MK II, C11 MSL MK I, C70 DBR1, C60 and C60 GMT, C9 Harrison, C9 Chrono, C10 Aviator