CWL of the day

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Nice photos Guy :clap: 8)
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MiniMpi wrote:Nice photos Guy :clap: 8)
Thanks Ferg.

Although not the best light to show the attributes of the Hirsch Grand Duke.

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MiniMpi wrote:Nice photos Guy :clap: 8)

Agreed , great pictures of a lovely watch .
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C5 Charcoal today

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james80 wrote:
garsy69 wrote:
james80 wrote:Back on the best strap for it (IMHO).

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I am inclined to agree. Could you point me in the right direction please :)


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It came on an AVI-8 Hawker Harrier (I think that's the model) it's super soft and I'm very impressed with the quality. However I'm not sure if they are available separately.
£25 from Amazon....its on its way!

Even has the 'easy release' pins/spring bars :)


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FDS19 wrote:
Viognier wrote:Image
Hi Viognier,
What strap are you using with your red/black Trident? It looks great...
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Hi Fergus, I picked it up at a local watch repair store. The brand is connoisseur.
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C11 Titanium Elite for tonight's night shift.

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Trident pepsi today.

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C60 COSC Image

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Joined the C20 club today...

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C3 out before dinner tonight
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Congratulations, a great looking watch.
FDS19 wrote:Joined the C20 club today...

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Vanwall COSC today. First battery change yesterday.
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blowfish89 wrote:Image
Good one Om. :thumbup:

I find the General Service Corps (Bond) NATO is extremely versatile, going well with pretty much any watch. Top notch.

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