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Okay....now I'm totally confused...
Paul where did you get that ??!!!
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MiniMpi wrote:Okay....now I'm totally confused...
Paul where did you get that ??!!!
Ditto. If it exists I want one too!
I am not a collector of watches. I used to be able to say that and know I was telling the truth.
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christam wrote:
MiniMpi wrote:Okay....now I'm totally confused...
Paul where did you get that ??!!!
Ditto. If it exists I want one too!
Forgot that Paul attended the Archive Event tonight so I assume it was at that and may be a new version coming out perhaps or a prototype.
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Paul thats brilliant! Well done
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It's a prototype. Not for production. There were two white bezeled C60s, this one and a white/white. The white ceramic is like bone china. Ebony & Ivory I'll call it. As it's really only the bezel that's different, it has a proper serial number.
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Thanks for that Paul ;)
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nbg wrote:This for the morning. All wrong to put a C9 on a Zulu, but as it's too big to be a dress watch, I thought a casual look was in order!
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Like it.

Not that wrong; have done it myself in the past

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Paul Drawmer wrote:It's a prototype. Not for production. There were two white bezeled C60s, this one and a white/white. The white ceramic is like bone china. Ebony & Ivory I'll call it. As it's really only the bezel that's different, it has a proper serial number.
Congratulations, fabulous one off. :thumbup:

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Paul Drawmer wrote:Image
I saw one just like that this evening....

It looks fantastic. :thumbup:

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Well done neil
A good pick up, as it came with an Alligator strap and Bader deployant. Like you, I like a watch with a bit of orange.

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nbg wrote:
Paul Drawmer wrote:Image
I saw one just like that this evening....

It looks fantastic. :thumbup:

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Now *that* I like! :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup: Never seen a white bezel CW before!
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nbg wrote:... it came with an Alligator strap and Bader deployant.

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Snap! I was surprised by that.

That orange ceramic is very smart.
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It has to be this today.
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