CWL of the day

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Ha ha! I have one but the wife has put it away ready for the 25th so I have not seen it yet! Now I am really looking forward to Christmas!!
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Aifo wrote:
Nealgar wrote:
Aifo wrote:
Did I get that glimpse of red dress on purpose? I leave that motion to the floor :lol: :lol: :lol:
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What is the watch in the photo? Its stunning looking and I can feel on order coming on.....
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Neal, PM you the basic information. Also I strongly recommend you to check this thread out for some stunning pics http://christopherwardforum.com/viewtop ... f=2&t=9919
Thanks so much! I do have one but it's been put away for Christmas!! Now I know Christmas is going to be fun!!
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Peteo wrote:Same watch for 5 days in a row. Probably will make it to day 6.

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Got this one on again today. I woke up thought, "Ya know, self. You really ought to wear a different watch today." But then, I think, why? I'm still not quite done with this one. This would be day 10 in a row.
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Small watch week continues with my only sub 40mm CW:
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Lavaine wrote:Small watch week continues with my only sub 40mm CW:
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Nice! :D
Excuse my ignorance, but what is the model?

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GordyS wrote:
Nice! :D
Excuse my ignorance, but what is the model?

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C5 Aviator Mark I :)
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C9 FLE on new strap

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C7SSS. Haven't worn it for a while. Forgot how nice it looks.

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After the vintage challenge is over I can finally wear this during the day. :D

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Smart Sunday

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Thank you Steve.

It appears that the C5,s are out in force this week 8)
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C5(A) for me today too as it's not had an outing in a while.
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Mortis wrote:C5(A) for me today too as it's not had an outing in a while.
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