CWL of the day

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Thanks Graham ;)
I think I need some orange in my life at some stage..... 8)
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MiniMpi wrote:C4 'Phoenix' for my last night shift of the week.
I'm really loving this watch.
It looks great and the strap has softened out nicely.

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Very nice! Lookin' good!
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Thank you ;)
So happy I bought one of them now.
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Change to the Blue bader strap for the C10 FLE for today's sunshine.

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First time out with the Trident on a NATO. :)

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C60 Trident Red FLE for my first day off.

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Going to pub. C7 SKS :ka:

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Slow down Kari! :D
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Looking good OllyW !
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Korkki wrote:Going to pub. C7 SKS :ka:

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Ah, the "Rapide".
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C65 SWS for today.
I Love this watch :)

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This for a little bit longer then will swap to either the Vivoactive or G-Shock
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golfjunky wrote:This for a little bit longer then will swap to either the Vivoactive or G-Shock
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Your photo shows off the lume well.
Its surprisingly good I must say.
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I was also impressed. I had just walked into the shed from the garden and I lit up!
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