CWL of the day

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golfjunky wrote:Looking good Ferg
Cheers Greg :-)
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Really good photo of your Trident 300m mate ;)

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Enjoying the bluebird this afternoon and watching F1 Mexico qualifying. I'll switch to the trident this evening for the World Series...can never sell it now as it is the watch I was wearing when the Cubs clinched their spot and I've worn it every game of he post season.

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I've had to dress up for a couple of days, so took this out of the box:
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This early C9 5day is a full fat 43mm and it fits under the cuff fine. It's one of those watches that I keep just looking at, I'm as pleased with this as when I bought it nearly 2 years ago.
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[quote="MiniMpi"]Really good photo of your Trident 300m

Cheers Ferg it came out really well :thumbup:
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Paul Drawmer wrote:I've had to dress up for a couple of days, so took this out of the box:

This early C9 5day is a full fat 43mm and it fits under the cuff fine. It's one of those watches that I keep just looking at, I'm as pleased with this as when I bought it nearly 2 years ago.
It's a very good looking stylish piece Paul, you pull it off well.
Nice shirt by the way.
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MiniMpi wrote:C8 Vintage U2 for today.

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Gosh Ferg that does look good! Some how I just didn't 'get' it for me.
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Paul Drawmer wrote: Gosh Ferg that does look good! Some how I just didn't 'get' it for me.
Thanks Paul, really loving this watch and has become a favourite very quickly.
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C65 SKK MK1 for today.
Photos show the two different faces of it.

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Swapping to my C70 Brooklands COSC MK1 for the F1 race this evening.
Dark out already with the hour gone back so old photo.

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This today old photo.

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Life's so hard...

Mrs Tartine's Trident and mine in the sand of Koh Phi Phi, Thaïland :D :D :D

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