CWL of the day

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not oft worn :ka:

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C11 Titanium Elite for my last night shift of the week.

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C9 Moonphase for a full moon day.

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Very nice.
Is it me, but I can not see the battons for the lower half of the dial from that angle.
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I've been thinking of a more informal strap for my green Slimline since I don't need to dress formally for work. I think I like the look of it on a Hirsch liberty but any other opinions?

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josquin wrote:I've been thinking of a more informal strap for my green Slimline since I don't need to dress formally for work. I think I like the look of it on a Hirsch liberty but any other opinions?

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That looks pretty good.

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Kip wrote:C9 Moonphase for a full moon day.

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That looks sensational. The dial is so dark in your photo, really seems to change in differing light.


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Kip wrote:C9 Moonphase for a full moon day.

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Harrumph, Mr McE! I should put this on Curmudgeon"s Corner....Are you wearing that just to create jealousy?
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albionprs wrote:
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Time for a change
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Sorry for the crappy pic.
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C10 FLE for the first time in a while, making my mind if I sell this as it always gets overlooked in the box, not sure why as its a nice watch.

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The all brushed Trident. 8)

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