CWL of the day

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MiniMpi wrote:It does look fantastic Pete, my Bluebird is similar.
Thanks. Indoors it's pretty much a dead thing and domestic lighting turns the dial red to dull flat. Outdoors in the sunshine however.....

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C60 Trident Red FLE for an extra day shift today.

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You can't beat an "extra shift" to get you out the red :lol:

Nah, :D great photo as usual there Ferg :thumbup:
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Cheers Dave :)
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I've been coming back to this one a lot lately.

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C60 COSC brightened up nicely.Image

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Help. Where are my sunglasses?

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I really hope you never have to sell that C8 Guy as it is clearly a firm favourite of yours.
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MiniMpi wrote:I really hope you never have to sell that C8 Guy as it is clearly a firm favourite of yours.
Please, don't rub salt in the wound Ferg. :( My decision making is tough enough. :thumbdown:

Basically, do I get my grail with sacrifices along the way OR settle for second best and keep my C8 and another? :problem:

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Very hard decisions mate.......I was looking at some Longines at the weekend and yes they are beautiful and I would like one..or two ! but it would mean selling a lot of my current collection and I prefer the variety of having a choice of nice watches to wear.
I don't envy you at all trying to decide but I do send you best wishes in your decision ;)
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^ Cool shot, Chris :thumbup:
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Korkki wrote:^ Cool shot, Chris :thumbup:
Thanks Kari :thumbup:
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Yes very cool indeed.