CWL of the day

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cb23 wrote:I enjoy the bright colors in the spring and summer time. And in the office. Have to brighten up the spirits around here somehow :lol:
Oh, its not *just* the colors..
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Sabbath wrote:
MiniMpi wrote:C9 FLE for today.
Got a CW buckle for the recent Hirsch Grand Duke I fitted.

A perfect combination Ferg - made for each other.
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Loving that blue its got a nice pop to it :thumbup:
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I've been wearing this the last 3 days after finally putting my croc strap -- formerly on my Soumar which is now rocking the new braided leather strap -- on it. I think the croc looks so much nicer on the C5A mk 1 than the Soumar.


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Today I am wearing my C9 GMT, having first switched it over to the slightly less formal brown leather.
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I have always liked the C9 GMT and the silver dial in particular.
It may arrive in my collection at some point.
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C4 Phoenix for its first work shift outing tonight.

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MiniMpi wrote:I have always liked the C9 GMT and the silver dial in particular.
It may arrive in my collection at some point.
At the sale earlier this year, I was surprised to see a black dialed version offered. I almost snapped it up, but the little nagging voice in my head telling me how little I would wear it won out. By the time I came to my senses, someone had beaten me to it. Oh well, c'est la guerre.
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MiniMpi wrote:C4 Phoenix for its first work shift outing tonight.

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Looking good there Ferg. :thumbup:

First outing today for my C9 FLE.

A quick pic taken at my desk whilst having a hurried and late lunch.

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Trying to work out whether it's a Motorsport or Pilot style so I can get an appropriate strap.

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2nd CW of the day and this one is my newest - so so so much nicer in real life. A big thumbs up.
I'll post some more pictures later for those considering a purple watch.

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Bahnstormer_vRS wrote: First outing today for my C9 FLE.

A quick pic taken at my desk whilst having a hurried and late lunch.

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Trying to work out whether it's a Motorsport or Pilot style so I can get an appropriate strap.

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I think it's more of a motorsport watch in my mind Guy ;)
I think it looks great on the Hirsch.
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Found some love for the orange bezel Trident.


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