CWL of the day

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GMT today. Dave.
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^^^^^^ Pete, the Speedhawk is a fantastic watch front or back. Extremely 8)

^^^^^^ Ferg, James. I think your both right, the Makaira,s look & feel much more comfortable on canvas, nylon, rubber and nato,s. :thumbup:
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footycrazy wrote:The blue looks fantastic Ferg. 8)



Sporting a new strap on the extreme tonight.


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Watchgecko-waterproof nlyon strap £12.00
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/301756735400? ... EBIDX%3AIT
That looks amazing! Are these no longer in stock at CW?
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That looks amazing! Are these no longer in stock at CW?
I'm afraid not, the Extreme above, was the last model made and sold off in the clearance this year. They are available to buy on eBay from some enterprising sellers though.
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today's pick :thumbup:

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Got this last week on the brown strap.

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C60 Kingfisher LE for my last shift of the week.

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It's back, first time on the wrist in over seven months, didn't miss it (missed not having a shiny dressy diver but didn't miss this particular watch).

Will wear for a couple of days to check the timing and see if we bond, then I'll decide what to do.

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Nice to see it back James.
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C8 U2 for today. Road trip with my brother and my parents to Glengarriff for my Mother's 84th birthday.

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Happy 84th to mum.

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james80 wrote:It's back, first time on the wrist in over seven months, didn't miss it (missed not having a shiny dressy diver but didn't miss this particular watch).

Will wear for a couple of days to check the timing and see if we bond, then I'll decide what to do.

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I go through similar bouts with certain watches. I didn't wear my black C61 all summer and didn't miss it, thought it might be time to move it along, then I started wearing it a week ago and I've reconnected with the watch after all. Now I'm taking a similar break from the red C60 MK2 and seeing how it goes. My problem is after a long hiatus from a watch, when I wear it again it's like having a new watch and I have a little honeymoon with it all over again... makes it tough to let go of them.

Great pic, by the way.
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footycrazy wrote:Happy 84th to mum.

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Many Thanks mate, I've passed that on ;)
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