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MiniMpi wrote:C65 SWS MK1 for today.

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Nice Ferg - especially on a bracelet :thumbup: :clap:
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STodd wrote:
MiniMpi wrote:C65 SWS MK1 for today.
Nice Ferg - especially on a bracelet :thumbup: :clap:
Thanks Steve, if God forbid i had to have only one watch that would do everything then this would be the one.
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Great choice. I love the C6 in all colours, but the blue C6 in particular is one where I find myself staring at the dial whenever I wear mine. The constantly shifting light patterns that the dial produces can be quite mesmerising.
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Looking at all these photos makes me smile as I think the oldest logo might just be the best! I have the C50 Malvern with that logo and just love it. Very classy. I know, I should include a picture...
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Great watch for a sunny day!
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Amor Vincit Omnia wrote:Great watch for a sunny day!
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perfect shade of sunburst blue. Looks very good with that strap
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mike.ktf wrote:Nice day for the Bluebird and a walk with my granddaughter

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I love this shot, would make an excellent promo photo for CW, my vote for the forum picture of the month for sure.
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First 'in the wild' photo.

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Not quite the same as a Jump Hour, but an 'on the hour' shot; nearly. Image

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Looks good Guy are you pleased with your new acquisition?

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kevin_b1 wrote:Looks good Guy are you pleased with your new acquisition?

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Very much so.

Will take a bit of time to acclimatise to reading the time, but probably no different to a Jump Hour.

Case back and movement are wonderful. Smoked glass effect reduces when looking at the movement side on.

Tiber strap is nicely padded, good length and really soft. Should mould and gain patina well.

Was ticking and set to time when I opened the box; thank you CWL.

Finally, I have a memorable serial number of my Father's birth year; he was a Fleet Air Arm pilot in WW2.

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Bahnstormer_vRS wrote:
Finally, I have a memorable serial number of my Father's birth year; he was a Fleet Air Arm pilot in WW2.

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Looks great Guy. A fantastic way to remember your father and his contribution to our history. Enjoy! :clap:
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Twenty eight mile bike ride completed and a quick change from the Seiko beater to this, for a meal out with the family.

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Amor Vincit Omnia wrote:Great watch for a sunny day!
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Simply stunning Steve !
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Aifo wrote:
mike.ktf wrote:Nice day for the Bluebird and a walk with my granddaughter
I love this shot, would make an excellent promo photo for CW, my vote for the forum picture of the month for sure.
I second that.