CWL of the day

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Aifo wrote:
MiniMpi wrote:New addition Aifo ?
yes! really glad with it especially for the sales price
.. . . and what must have been supersonic shipping to HK. :wink:

Really like the plain s/s finish to the bezel; akin to a Speedmaster. :thumbup:

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MiniMpi wrote:
ianblyth wrote:Image

For a nice sunny day the old C6 Kingfisher Metallic Orange which I think some new members may never have seen this range.
For some reason the photo isn't showing for me.
I love the Burnt Orange LE, a definite grail for lots of members.
Something went wrong with the link. Fixed it.

And another to make up for it so you can see the detail.

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ianblyth wrote: Something went wrong with the link. Fixed it.

And another to make up for it so you can see the detail.
Thank you for doing that Ian.
They are very good photos which really show off that stunning dial.
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Out and about with the vintage C60 on Borealis rubber strap last weekend.

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My two CWL's of the day.

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Double post :oops:
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Charcoal C3 today.Image


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One of each of your left wrists. Dedication indeed...!
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My Name Is Pete wrote:One of each of your left wrists. Dedication indeed...!
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This one today....because it's new
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Not selling, so out of it's box and back on my wrist.

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Great choices today folks ;)
Back where it belongs Guy :)
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MiniMpi wrote:Great choices today folks ;)

Back where it belongs Guy :)
Cheers, Ferg. :wave:

It was a hard decision to offer it For Sale and that I had a 'failed' eBay sale was fortuitous. :thumbup:

C6 Kingfisher has been duly packed away to await its sale in September.

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Guy, that's good you're not selling the "red 12", it was clearly fate at work when the ebay sale fell through. Can't blame you for deciding to keep it. Mind you the Kingfisher looks striking in the yellow so that might be a tough decision too, at least your giving yourself a month to get used to the idea!
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