CWL of the day

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For me today:
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C11 Extreme in it's element in Costa Rica (please excuse cr@ppy GoPro pic)

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C60 Trident Red FLE for today.
Got a nice compliment from a visitor to work about it actually :)

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2nd day in a row

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Very nice Korkki 8)
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Can't beat the classics Korkki ;)
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C7 Bluebird for this evening.

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C7 Rapide on new Carrera Rallye Strap.

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I've never worn this watch on the leather band it came on.
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Dressed in white in honor of the Wimbledon tournament. I liked how the pin stripping echoed the singles/doubles line. Kept this color combo for a month, but changing straps tomorrow.
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I got this in the recent sale with the intention of comparing it to the 43mm blue I already have, and then deciding which to keep and letting the other go... but no I just can't do it, I genuinely like both sizes so they're both staying. This watch thing is a sickness I know... but is this bordering on insanity? :?
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MadMrB wrote:I got this in the recent sale with the intention of comparing it to the 43mm blue I already have, and then deciding which to keep and letting the other go... but no I just can't do it, I genuinely like both sizes so they're both staying. This watch thing is a sickness I know... but is this bordering on insanity? :?
If I was to have both sizes, I generally would keep the 38mm on the bracelet or a leather strap and use it on dress occasions. The 43mm would be put on a rubber or sports strap and be used for casual use. Since you can't get it anymore, if you like the color no big deal. Myself, I think the 38mm will be great for everything.
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That's quite smart! :D
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