CWL of the day

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MiniMpi wrote:I'll be the odd man out so lol
C600 IPB Elite for today.
That's a cool watch Ferg. You need to get an IPY now for the full set!
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Thermexman wrote:C9 for a lovely sunny Sunday.

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Looks fantastic Steve.
Is that the 40mm or the 43mm ?
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Thermexman wrote:C9 for a lovely sunny Sunday.

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Looks fantastic Steve.
Is that the 40mm or the 43mm ?
Thanks Ferg. It's the 40mm Ferg. Even though my 7.25 inch wrist can carry the 43mm Tridents, I just felt that the C9 needed to be smaller. As it is, the 40mm is spot on for me. The funny thing is that I tend to ignore it, as it's a bit too dressy for most of my activities but when I wear it, I can't stop oggling it! I actually had my first compliment that I've ever had, on any watch, this morning. :D
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MiniMpi wrote:
Thermexman wrote:C9 for a lovely sunny Sunday.

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Looks fantastic Steve.
Is that the 40mm or the 43mm ?
C'mon Ferg.

Position of the date window and length of the marker @ 3 o'clock; looks like a 40mm to me. :wink:

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Bahnstormer_vRS wrote:
MiniMpi wrote:
Thermexman wrote:C9 for a lovely sunny Sunday.

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Looks fantastic Steve.
Is that the 40mm or the 43mm ?
C'mon Ferg.

Position of the date window and length of the marker @ 3 o'clock; looks like a 40mm to me. :wink:

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Now now Guy. Ferg knew what it was. He was just seeing if I did! :oops:
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Thermexman wrote: Thanks Ferg. It's the 40mm Ferg. Even though my 7.25 inch wrist can carry the 43mm Tridents, I just felt that the C9 needed to be smaller. As it is, the 40mm is spot on for me. The funny thing is that I tend to ignore it, as it's a bit too dressy for most of my activities but when I wear it, I can't stop oggling it! I actually had my first compliment that I've ever had, on any watch, this morning. :D
Cheers Steve, looking forward to my 40mm arriving soon.
Bahnstormer_vRS wrote: C'mon Ferg.

Position of the date window and length of the marker @ 3 o'clock; looks like a 40mm to me. :wink:

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LOL :D
I wasn't too sure if it was the same differences like the Trident.
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MiniMpi wrote:
Thermexman wrote: Thanks Ferg. It's the 40mm Ferg. Even though my 7.25 inch wrist can carry the 43mm Tridents, I just felt that the C9 needed to be smaller. As it is, the 40mm is spot on for me. The funny thing is that I tend to ignore it, as it's a bit too dressy for most of my activities but when I wear it, I can't stop oggling it! I actually had my first compliment that I've ever had, on any watch, this morning. :D
Cheers Steve, looking forward to my 40mm arriving soon.
Bahnstormer_vRS wrote: C'mon Ferg.

Position of the date window and length of the marker @ 3 o'clock; looks like a 40mm to me. :wink:

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LOL :D
I wasn't too sure if it was the same differences like the Trident.
I only knew, or at least worked it out, by comparing the two models on CWL's website.

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Happy Steve & Happy Labrador.
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A great strap combo Guy, a cracking watch.
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C3 SWT MK1 for my last work shift of the week tonight.

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^^^^^^ Fabulous CW,s today fella,s 8)

Thought i would join you with a Trident.

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