CWL of the day

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CWL of the day

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An old favourite C5A mkI
Apologies for the poor iPhone picture.

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Clarky wrote:An old favourite C5A mkI
Apologies for the poor iPhone picture.

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A classic today!Image
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Aifo wrote:Image
Wow... I love the stap on this piece.
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Thanks Sibex! It wears very well too. I am more of a leather guy usually but not on my C5 :)
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New clothes on my C5A Mk I:

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Is this the worst photo of a C5 MkII ever posted? Been wearing this all week. Photographed in its box last Sunday when I had intended putting it up for sale, but changed my mind. You can't tell from the photo but its on a dark brown strap.
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Leo David wrote:Is this the worst photo of a C5 MkII ever posted? Been wearing this all week. Photographed in its box last Sunday when I had intended putting it up for sale, but changed my mind. You can't tell from the photo but its on a dark brown strap.
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Unique watch - a blue faced C5! Never seen one of those before :thumbup:
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C60GMT on new bracelet today. (Apologies for old picture)...

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Tyke wrote:
Leo David wrote:Is this the worst photo of a C5 MkII ever posted? Been wearing this all week. Photographed in its box last Sunday when I had intended putting it up for sale, but changed my mind. You can't tell from the photo but its on a dark brown strap.
Unique watch - a blue faced C5! Never seen one of those before :thumbup:
Doesn't it look great :)
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Leo David wrote:Is this the worst photo of a C5 MkII ever posted? Been wearing this all week. Photographed in its box last Sunday when I had intended putting it up for sale, but changed my mind. You can't tell from the photo but its on a dark brown strap.
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Just reminds me of how the C5 style case seems to adapt across different styles and at 38mm is possibly a bit more size safe for those with smaller wrists
Honestly its hard to say which is nicer Black or Cream

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Rich, I like both the black and cream variants. I would be absolutely delighted if the case could be increased to 40mm but i realise this might be unpopular with people with smaller wrists. Good to see you posting 8)
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That looks lovely :heart:
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