CWL of the day

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I can play today :D

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It'sAliveJim wrote:I can play today :D

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Yet another example of a watch which looks better in 'real life' pictures than it does on the CW website. Never considered a C3 before, now I'm slightly tempted...
C8 Flyer 38mm (steel/tan leather strap)
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Out in my garage, tidying up 'stuff'.

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With an incoming C60 I decided for a different look today...

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Bahnstormer_vRS wrote:Out in my garage, tidying up 'stuff'.

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A really good picture imo , i really do like the dial on that watch :thumbup:
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tempusmaximus wrote:
Bahnstormer_vRS wrote:Out in my garage, tidying up 'stuff'.

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A really good picture imo , i really do like the dial on that watch :thumbup:
Greetings,

Agreed, magnificent colour dial.
Would love a watch with this dial colour.

It is difficult to tell from the web but the yellow needs to make an impression!
Does anybody know whether there is a difference in colour between the CW, Orient Mako yellow and the Seiko SKXA35, again yellow?
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My birthday treat has arrived:
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And with my FLE:

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Happy birthday. Wrist shot on the way?
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rcherryuk wrote:Image

Rob
Looks good. You've just added another CW onto my wish list.
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tempusmaximus wrote:
Bahnstormer_vRS wrote:Out in my garage, tidying up 'stuff'.

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A really good picture imo , i really do like the dial on that watch :thumbup:
Thanks Bernie.

Photo helped by the fluorescent strip/tube lights I have in the garage. :thumbup:

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rcherryuk wrote:Image


Rob
Nice choice, it looks good on the mesh and better proportioned on the wrist than other photo's have shown,
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BerlinCW wrote:
tempusmaximus wrote: A really good picture imo , i really do like the dial on that watch :thumbup:
Greetings,

Agreed, magnificent colour dial.
Would love a watch with this dial colour.

It is difficult to tell from the web but the yellow needs to make an impression!
Does anybody know whether there is a difference in colour between the CW, Orient Mako yellow and the Seiko SKXA35, again yellow?
Don't know about the Seiko SKXA35, but from what I've seen the Orient Mako yellow is a light/lemon yellow whereas the C6 Kingfisher is a darker/goldish yellow.

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The dial is a lovely satin metallic blue and the silver hands & indices stand out at most angles.


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