CWL of the day

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Re: CWL of the day

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Peteo wrote:
footycrazy wrote:Image
Love this picture, Graham. :clap:
Can you switch on the colour Graham? The dial is ravishing!

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What a lovely picture of such a 'simple' watch - (not a fussy face) You could argue that what more could anyone want from a watch...?
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bigdave wrote:Hello, Long time lurker first time poster,Just a picture of nn c90 arrived this morning. Must admit had a few nn 's berfore and all excellent condition , would not know they were any thing less than new.
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Very fine looking. Awaiting the black version as the white never done anything for me, but looking at this has changed my mind. The first picture of a white C90 may help the NNC90 on t the main site shift quicker.

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My new, NN addition today :D

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footycrazy wrote:Image

Yup, I'm liking this photo too.....nice :thumbup:
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.....and my new (NN) arrival today, which as my first purchase, makes me a bona fide CWL owner

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GordyS wrote:.....and my new (NN) arrival today, which as my first purchase, makes me a bona fide CWL owner

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That's the watch that got the ball rolling (downhill :crazy: ) for me!! :D

An excellent choice Sir 8)
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Congrats on the new arrival Gordy. The C3 is a fantastic watch, and it goes from jeans to a suit remarkably well.
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Well, big suprise....this one today :D

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Re: CWL of the day

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Speedhawk for me today:

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Re: CWL of the day

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Mr Rick wrote:Image
Interesting choice of strap Mr. Rick, I have the same C&B Nato at 22mm (which won't fit the C9FLE) but never thought of this combo anyways. How are you finding it?
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C90 Beckett's today. :)

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