CWL of the day

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Today my lovely c11
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My newest watch (thanks wera!)
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Damn that white date wheel :wink:
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My C60 FLE today:

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I had one of these but decided to sell it but have picked up another. First time I have done that. :shock: Came with 3 strange straps so I put it on this nice NATO for the hot days. Bizarrely some previous owner has given it a polish although it should be brushed. :shock: But I quite like it so I will it it like that for now and may brush it later.

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it's FLEday friday!

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going to switch it over to the black leather strap this weekend.
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gwells wrote:it's FLEday friday!

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going to switch it over to the black leather strap this weekend.
For the last few Fridays, it''s been the Red FLE for me as well!
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asqwerth wrote:
For the last few Fridays, it''s been the Red FLE for me as well!
I'm also part of the FLE Friday club. I'm going away on holiday next week, and I'm trying to decide which two watches to put into my new traveler's case. I think the JAG will be one of them.
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stefs wrote:Damn that white date wheel :wink:
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Lets call it a quick read date & then it works.

Today the GMT which looks fab in the sun 8)


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I recently put this on a cheap black leather/white stitch strap, and it is growing on me. For some reason I never much liked the red stitch.

It definitely deserves a better quality strap though. The hunt continues.

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Simple but beautiful!
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Ignore the date.

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