CWL of the day

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xtriple wrote:That looks lovely :heart:
Thank you, old pal - it is indeed gorgeous! 8)
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Trusty C60 Trident Black

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downer wrote:C60GMT on new bracelet today. (Apologies for old picture)...

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The Pepsi Trident isn't really my style, but I like this one more each time I see it.
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As I only have one, today my c5 goes to work for its first full day at the office.

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C40 on a Tri-Tech dive strap.

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C4 peregrine in blue, lovely colour and looks soooo good!Image
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The rarely seen C6 White.

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ianblyth wrote:The rarely seen C6 White.
And then, like buses, two arrive together. :)

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Although mine has the incorrect date. :oops:
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downer wrote:
ianblyth wrote:The rarely seen C6 White.
And then, like buses, two arrive together. :)

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Although mine has the incorrect date. :oops:
So nice, both of them. Even with an incorrect date. 8) This one and the C20 FLE are still at the top of my CWL WTB list. If either of you get tired of yours... :wave:
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Half term - Woo-Hoo! C8 today :D
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C3 Malvern Black
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^^^ On a new bracelet if I'm not mistaken..........:)


C8 MkII today..

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