CWL of the day

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Bahnstormer_vRS wrote:@Thegreyman - Those blues really do go well together, Patrick. :thumbup:

You could at least have a decent magazine, like EVO, as a backdrop though. :lol:

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Yes Evo is a good one too, my in laws subscribed me for Top Gear a number of years ago now for Christmas and just never cancelled the DD so I being getting ever month faithfully for a long time now :D
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Thegreyman wrote:
Bahnstormer_vRS wrote:@Thegreyman - Those blues really do go well together, Patrick. :thumbup:

You could at least have a decent magazine, like EVO, as a backdrop though. :lol:

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Thanks Guy.

Yes Evo is a good one too, my in laws subscribed me for Top Gear a number of years ago now for Christmas and just never cancelled the DD so I being getting ever month faithfully for a long time now :D
. . . and it solves the "what shall we get our son-in-law for Christmas?" question each year. :lol:

I do the same for EVO, in that I subscribe to the digital version as well. I get the magazine, and my brother in Singapore reads the digital version on his iPad.

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I have tried to resist this watch for ages, thinking it would be too tall, but I finally caved in a few days ago and it turns out it's not too tall at all. In fact, it's just right! :)

So I'm finally a member of the SH21 club.

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welshlad wrote:I have tried to resist this watch for ages, thinking it would be too tall, but I finally caved in a few days ago and it turns out it's not too tall at all. In fact, it's just right! :)

So I'm finally a member of the SH21 club.

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Love the matte (I'm sure there's an official term for it?) case and the vibrant red of this one. Rubbish iPhone picture doesn't do it justice:

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welshlad wrote:I have tried to resist this watch for ages, thinking it would be too tall, but I finally caved in a few days ago and it turns out it's not too tall at all. In fact, it's just right! :)

So I'm finally a member of the SH21 club.

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Steve the C9 SS is a lovely looking watch and looks great on you, enjoy your new acquisition.

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Scrogg wrote:Love the matte (I'm sure there's an official term for it?) case and the vibrant red of this one. Rubbish iPhone picture doesn't do it justice:

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Wow! First time of seen one with this dial. What a lovely shade of red! :thumbup:
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Thermexman wrote:What a lovely shade of red! :thumbup:
It really is! Hopefully this picture shows it off better:

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Great watches everyone ;)
Congratulations on getting the C9 SS Steve !
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C60 Kingfisher LE for my last shift of the week tonight.

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welshlad wrote:I have tried to resist this watch for ages, thinking it would be too tall, but I finally caved in a few days ago and it turns out it's not too tall at all. In fact, it's just right! :)

So I'm finally a member of the SH21 club.

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Well done Steve. They're lovely aren't they? Mine is now a firm favourite.
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Some almost Spring-time evening sunshine finally:

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Konketsu wrote:Some almost Spring-time evening sunshine finally:

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C90 Beckett's Power Reserve by Jeff, on Flickr
Rare and stunning :thumbup:
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