CWL of the day

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Great minds Tom ;)
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Put my C11 Chrono on Engineer bracelet......
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C65 SWS MK1 for today.

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An alternate Vintage piece

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Still in my humble opinion the best CW so far, the Moonphase.

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C60 vintage with dust :shock:

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Fairy dust perhaps ? :D

Must say the Trident Vintage is a great looking version.
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MiniMpi wrote:Fairy dust perhaps ? :D

Must say the Trident Vintage is a great looking version.
Could well be Ferg as my grandaughter is here at the moment.

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^^^^^^Cracking!^^^^^^^^
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Congratulations eric72 on getting one, I saw one in the metal and it is Very impressive.
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Bahnstormer_vRS wrote:An alternate Vintage piece

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Like the look of the new strap - really works well.

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It's a red day today - the C7-SRS.

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PaulWB wrote:Guy,

Like the look of the new strap - really works well.

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Cheers Paul. Its one of these;- Watchgecko Prototype 2-piece 'NATO'. A tad on the thin and floppy side, but not too much of an issue as the C8 is thin and light.

Thinking of getting one of these though;- Hand stitched Vintage Got one already with an antique bronze IPK buckle (now sold out) and the extra thickness works a treat.

Alternatively, I've still got a CWL Vintage Tan (first version) with brushed butterfly deployment, which was the original strap for this watch. :thumbup:

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