CWL of the day

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Nice, and interesting on that strap. I've come to the conclusion on my C5 aviators that the thicker the strap, the better.
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I agree.................................................... Obviously. :D
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Mr Rick wrote:I agree.................................................... Obviously. :D
I agree with your obvious agreement. :D
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My lovely C20 for a spot of last minute shopping and a glass of wine or two with friends later this afternoon.

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Finally got over my Omega obsession and have worn both CW's today but this one has been on the longest...

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Merry Christmas to one and all!!
The question is do you take the blue pill or the red pill?
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And some people think 42mm is too big ?? my dog thinks it is too small :)

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Happy Christmas Bruton :)
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Breitling today as its new but just changed to my favourite CW at the moment!
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Clearly Chris needs to pursue this new sales avenue of boutique watches for pets.
The possibilities are endless... Aviators for birds, divers for fish, etc. :D
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Mortis wrote: Clearly Chris needs to pursue this new sales avenue of boutique watches for pets.
The possibilities are endless... Aviators for birds, divers for fish, etc. :D
Ha! Awesome. Thanks for making my day, Mortis. :lol:
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