CWL of the day

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MiniMpi wrote:
tikkathree wrote:Tadaaa!
Woo Hoo :)
Many Congratulations mate !!!
You can now see why I wouldn't sell my one.
Enjoy it.
Thank you. Photos tomorrow of the set of three different colours. I've been offloading black-dialled divers to make room for this so that it fills a need.
Thinking about strap options - leather custom job... maratac...

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tikkathree wrote:Thinking about strap options - leather custom job... maratac...
Check out the Di-Modell Pilot which suits the C600 very well.
I have them on both my C600s and on my C60 Kingfisher.
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Just fabulous Steve ;)
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C65 MK1 LE for today.
Older photo.

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Great to see the DBR1 out for a ride Steve. :thumbup:
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Been wearing this a few days in a row. Old photo but hey, the date is correct

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I'm getting the distinct feeling that despite your many CW watches, your C60 Kingfisher LE is a serious favourite Korkki.
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Yep, it's my fav CW. No contest atm. :lol:
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Korkki wrote:Been wearing this a few days in a row. Old photo but hey, the date is correct

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Definitely old photo. There's no snow?

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Wearing the jump hour today which I still find mesmerising when the hour clicks over, one of CW's top 10 (To date) surly.

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Never quite got the hang of the idea of a Jump Hour. Perhaps I ought to look at one close up.

Straight forward Vintage Aviator for me today

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I think this is one of those watches that you either love or hate there is not a middle ground.

It's out of the ordinary, I find you can tell the time fairly accurately even without the second hand.

43mm is a good size for this as that really helps with the exact minute readings.

For half price in the sales it's an absolute bargain.


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I totally agree Kevin, I have to get one eventually.