CWL of the day

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Nice look there Graham ;)
Glad it's found a good home mate.
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MrNice wrote:Only watch i now have.Image

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Stunning. Great on a NATO too.
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C8 U2 Vintage for today.

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Harpy wrote:
MrNice wrote:Only watch i now have.Image

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Stunning. Great on a NATO too.
I agree looks fantastic :thumbup:
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Bit of color on a dull day

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Bracelet extravaganza - fitted braclelets on four of my C9s. Mr. Bergeon behaved nicely and no blood was shed this time. :thumbup:
Going to jeweler next week to get the bracelets shortened.

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Re: CWL of the day

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Korkki wrote:Bracelet extravaganza - fitted braclelets on four of my C9s. Mr. Bergeon behaved nicely and no blood was shed this time. :thumbup:
Going to jeweler next week to get the bracelets shortened.

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Very nice quartet Korkki; not forgetting Mr Bergeon :clap:

. . . . but why are you going to the jewellers to have the bracelets shortened? Surely the C9 bracelets have a screw in pin for adjustment.

If you can handle strap-to-bracelet changes you ought to be able to manage a few screw in pins?

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Bahnstormer_vRS wrote:
. . . . but why are you going to the jewellers to have the bracelets shortened? Surely the C9 bracelets have a screw in pin for adjustment.

If you can handle strap-to-bracelet changes you ought to be able to manage a few screw in pins?

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I am able to change a strap/bracelet without severe blood loss, but I have never shortened a bracelet :oops:
So I will let them do it for me, like always
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Korkki wrote:Bracelet extravaganza - fitted braclelets on four of my C9s. Mr. Bergeon behaved nicely and no blood was shed this time. :thumbup:
Going to jeweler next week to get the bracelets shortened.

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You have 17+ days of power reserve there in total, more than half a month. :)
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It would take over 600 turns to have all fully winded :D
Now where's my drill driver :silent:
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A lovely quartet there Korkki.
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kevin_b1 wrote:Bit of color on a dull day

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Goes really well with that strap :-) What is the strap please?
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All this talk of another FLE has had me dust off the 2015 FLE and stick it on a new vintage strap for the evening.
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nbg wrote:All this talk of another FLE has had me dust off the 2015 FLE and stick it on a new vintage strap for the evening.
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