CWL of the day

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Those C3's do look great in the flesh, particularly on the chunky straps. I will, however, resist joining the esteemed C3 club though, as they are a tad too small and I am trying to move away from quartz.
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White faced C3 looks sweeeeet with the black strap and red stitching looks tough!
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Beastmaster wrote:works for me on that strap Monkey really sports it up - a sort of classic car watch look. :D
Baker86 wrote:White faced C3 looks sweeeeet with the black strap and red stitching looks tough!

I was messing about with straps and various watches one day and just tried it, and quite liked the look, even tho there's no red on the watch!!


Got this one on again today :D

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Wearing my current favorite CWL today. Well it is my newest one. :D

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downer wrote:Continuing the C3 revival theme. This was also my first CW (on a Chronissimo). :)
It is nice to see that there have been a few posts to spark a bit of a revival - great to see the watch on different straps. Enjoying mine :D but wondering how long it will be before i put some marks in that lovely big bezel :shock: One to keep away from the kids methinks :lol:
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Today the newness of my C5 has prevailed and ive been wearing it all day

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lisnalee wrote:Today the newness of my C5 has prevailed and ive been wearing it all day
Beautiful shots! How are you liking that quartz? I'm still waffling between quartz and auto when I pop for my next C5...
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Now that my Birthday watch has been returned with its new movement, I think i'll be wearing it today :D
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In a very similar vein, sporting my Black hawk for a change from my Trident GMT and my C4SRS.

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Haven't worn it for a wee while and I'd forgotten what a nice watch it is, keeps superb time too.
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Back to my trident today. Had to adjust the time this morning as I didn't wear it yesterday. I thought the reserve would have laster longer but never mind.
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Wearing the 14 Sqn C7 today, reminds me of good times had in Germany with the RAF back in the 1980's. :D

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stumpbass wrote:
lisnalee wrote:Today the newness of my C5 has prevailed and ive been wearing it all day
Beautiful shots! How are you liking that quartz? I'm still waffling between quartz and auto when I pop for my next C5...
Thanks!!

For the price i paid i'm not bothered that its quartz, but on the other hand with only £35 between them, if i was buying a new one i think i would opt for the auto.
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Sector C80 Club day today :D

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Bonny wrote:In a very similar vein, sporting my Black hawk for a change from my Trident GMT and my C4SRS.

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Haven't worn it for a wee while and I'd forgotten what a nice watch it is, keeps superb time too.
It is a lovely watch, mine also keeps superb time.... +1 second over 6 days 8)
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Tyke wrote:Sector C80 Club day today :D

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