CWL of the day

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The C7 enjoying a bit of the sun today

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nburgess wrote:Image
The C7 enjoying a bit of the sun today

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Prefer the C7 with baton indecies as opposed to numerals. :thumbup:

'Retro' Motorsport day for me today, with my C9 FLE

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I agree with Guy but I am biased...
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C600 IPK Elite for today.

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Wow, ........smokin Ferg :clap:
The Ultimate Postman has delivered his last package.

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I know a few of these have come up recently, but the C20 (especially with a bracelet) is my "go to" watch at present.
Hope the new C65s will have a similar size & appeal.
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MiniMpi wrote:C600 IPK Elite for today.

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Great picture of a great looking watch , nice one mate :thumbup:
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Cheers Bernie :)
One of my favourites.
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tempusmaximus wrote:
MiniMpi wrote:C600 IPK Elite for today.

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Great picture of a great looking watch , nice one mate :thumbup:
Nice pic, always liked the C600 line.

Canvas for me today.

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A selfie perspective ;)

Now this is the font I would have been happy with for the new logo(plus single line or centred), timeless rather than what they've chosen which for me is very much current trend for things like business and shop logos but will likely be out in a year or two. They need to settle on something more long term IMO.
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Just back from the menders... Serviced, cleaned, polished and a new bezel to replace the old floppy one - looks and feels like new! :D 8)

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Scrogg wrote:Just back from the menders... Serviced, cleaned, polished and a new bezel to replace the old floppy one - looks and feels like new! :D 8)

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Nice one Simon and good to see the old style bracelet. How's the Speedhawk?

Running with a Fleiger Friday theme for me

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On the day CW launch their rebranding I thought an old CW, with neat well positioned dial text was called for whilst gardening.
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Bahnstormer_vRS wrote:Nice one Simon and good to see the old style bracelet. How's the Speedhawk?
Thanks Guy :thumbup:

I find this old style bracelet so much more comfortable than the newer one on the SpeedHawk (or the newest/latest one on my C7) so I'll likely do a swap (if I can get them off and back on again :oops: ) or perhaps try something in blue on this C4 to pick out the alarm hand... :-k

The SpeedHawk is, as I knew it would be, my go-to casual watch now. A little too chunky for work, but certainly getting more than it's fair share of time on the wrist evenings and weekends. I am still completely chuffed with it, thank you again :D