CWL of the day

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FLE for me today:

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Thats a fabulous looking watch Coggy, very Aqua terra-ish :cuinlove:
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footycrazy wrote:
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Thats a fabulous looking watch Coggy, very Aqua terra-ish :cuinlove:

I can't stop looking at it !
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C60 Trident Red FLE for FLE Friday.

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Trying out the C61 on a Hirsch Arne performance strap, whilst doing a days "decluttering", having decided I really didn't need to keep the last few years Decanter, Which, Trail and RSPB magazines that were lurking under the bed.
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nordwulf wrote:The C60 Spectre today.

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Of course much better looking than that other Spectre watch.. :) Well, maybe not but I am sure Mr. Bond would have a hard timing choosing for his next mission.

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That looks so great. Totally convinced now I have to get the vintage. Is that the 38mm version? Also, where did you get that awesome nato ? :)
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nbg wrote:Trying out the C61 on a Hirsch Arne performance strap, whilst doing a days "decluttering", having decided I really didn't need to keep the last few years Decanter, Which, Trail and RSPB magazines that were lurking under the bed.
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Only Decanter, Which, Trail and RSPB magazines under the bed? :? :silent:

Really liking the Hirsch Arne strap. :thumbup:

Checked out Watch Obsession, which is presumably where you got it from, and it has sneaked in as a new line at the end of last month. Is not listed in their types of Hirsch performance straps, hence I missed it a few days ago, but does come up if you view all or check 'new in'.

Like the sailcloth finish and its half-price compared to the perforated performance straps (Ayrton, Robby & Tiger) but personally not keen on the pointed tail to the strap; I prefer squared.

Looking to get a white Hirsch Tiger to go on my Damasko but waiting for WO's Father's Day promotion, if it turns up.

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^^^ well Guy the old watch brochures are on top of a wardrobe and they are next in line. :silent:

I thought I would try an Arne, as they are a better price than a few of the others. I will try and remember to bring it along next week to our Mini gathering.

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This again for me today. Quickly become one of my favourites

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nbg wrote:I thought I would try an Arne, as they are a better price than a few of the others. I will try and remember to bring it along next week to our Mini gathering.

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Good idea. :thumbup:

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I have successfully fitted my first bracelet! \:D/ \:D/

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C60 on nonCW rubber strap.

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