CWL of the day

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MiniMpi wrote:C11 Titanium Elite for my last night shift of the week and for the awful weather of late !

The changing faces of the watch :

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Wow that second photo Ferg looks as if you could pick the numbers right orf!!

Super pic there my man :clap:
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Winnie Bloo wrote:
MiniMpi wrote:C11 Titanium Elite for my last night shift of the week and for the awful weather of late !

The changing faces of the watch :
Wow that second photo Ferg looks as if you could pick the numbers right orf!!

Super pic there my man :clap:
Thanks Dave :)
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Been wearing Red12 today.

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Aiming to switch straps for tomorrow.

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My C8 U2 Vintage-this watch is my first CW and has been taking a back seat to pretty much all the other watches in my collection, mostly because of the Steinhart pilot chrono I picked up from Peteo. Forgot how nice this watch really is and how good it fits on the wrist for a 44mm.
It's a classic Mark, Enjoy it 8)
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C65 SKK for my first day off.

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Great pictures there Ferg and Neil of a couple of super watches :thumbup: :thumbup:
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Indoors and Outdoors. One week on the wrist now for the Trident. No BB this month yet.
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Arty farty pic :? been wearing the one in the middle

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Bluey came to work today...

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Korkki wrote:Arty farty pic :? been wearing the one in the middle

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Great shot -liking the Arty Farty
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Korkki wrote:Arty farty pic :? been wearing the one in the middle

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Just picked up the one on the left! :thumbup:

Off to see Spectre wearing the MK 1. :clap:
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Devarika Woulf wrote:
Just picked up the one on the left! :thumbup:
Congrats on the new watch :thumbup:
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MiniMpi wrote:C65 SKK for my first day off.

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Lovely shot/watch Ferg. :-) :thumbup:

I recently traded mine for a new Steinhart Ocean 1 Titanium as I found, at 42mm (with a narrow bezel), it wore so big. I do miss it though. :?
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