CWL of the day

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Inspired by Guy, I tried an Aviator strap and it does good.
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On the contrary, I tried the racing strap on my Damasko and it looks pretty good too.
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Guess I'm not ready to sell it yet.
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Looked in the box, and couldn't resist this one this morning.
Long sleeved shirt first time this autumn.
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An excellent choice Paul ;)
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Paul Drawmer wrote:Looked in the box, and couldn't resist this one this morning.
Long sleeved shirt first time this autumn.
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Really nice !!!
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C600 IPK Elite for my last day off.

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Impatiently awaiting the arrival of my new steiny
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Pleased, very pleased with this look. :thumbup:

I love the black and shiny of the dial and the case. I love the blue of the crystal when it catches the light. I'm really glad I invested in this phoenix and think it the nicest of the C4 colour schemes. On a sunny day like today the pvd black rings on this black & red Yellowdog strap really help frame the case.

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C60 FLE for a rainy Thanksgiving holiday Monday in Canada.

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Konketsu wrote:C60 FLE for a rainy Thanksgiving holiday Monday in Canada.
Happy Thanksgiving Jeff.
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Thanks Ferg, does the UK celebrate thanksgiving / harvest festival? The U.S. is a bit later than us for it.
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Paul Drawmer wrote:Looked in the box, and couldn't resist this one this morning.
Long sleeved shirt first time this autumn.
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What an unusual color combo. Don't think I've seen one like that before...
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nightMD wrote:
Paul Drawmer wrote:Looked in the box, and couldn't resist this one this morning.
Long sleeved shirt first time this autumn.
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What an unusual color combo. Don't think I've seen one like that before...
It's a one off prototype ;)
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Konketsu wrote:Thanks Ferg, does the UK celebrate thanksgiving / harvest festival? The U.S. is a bit later than us for it.
No they don't and we don't either in Ireland.
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Konketsu wrote:Thanks Ferg, does the UK celebrate thanksgiving / harvest festival? The U.S. is a bit later than us for it.
Churches tend to do harvest festivals over here but there's no national celebration
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