CWL of the day

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Very cool indeed Simon !
I hankered after one of these years ago.
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New dive strap. Now I am adequately equipped to play with my daughter in the inflatable kiddie pool on the patio. :D

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Been wearing this one for most of the day, to help me decide whether a 38mm dive watch on a NATO or Sailcloth strap would be an ok size for me to buy next. :D
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That sounds like Blancpain talk to me...
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downer wrote:That sounds like Blancpain talk to me...
Well I knew you would work out what I meant! :)

I tried on the 43mm in blue again and whilst I could pretend it's not too big I think it is. I tried on the current white version in 38mm and it fits me better, just need to be convinced the dial isn't too small when I try the blue. The abyss blue should be out by November, by which point I will hopefully have decided what to move on, which may include the Milgauss.

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This one is really starting to grow on me
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Typical Florida afternoon...
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nbg wrote:
downer wrote:That sounds like Blancpain talk to me...
Well I knew you would work out what I meant! :)

I tried on the 43mm in blue again and whilst I could pretend it's not too big I think it is. I tried on the current white version in 38mm and it fits me better, just need to be convinced the dial isn't too small when I try the blue. The abyss blue should be out by November, by which point I will hopefully have decided what to move on, which may include the Milgauss.

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If that shot was a 38 neil it looks spot on.
Secondly ...dont bin the zblue. Its just too nice a watch
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tysonmax wrote:Typical Florida afternoon...
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Not down here in the Sarasota area - lots of clouds but no rain. We are desperate for the summer rains to arrive.

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srs1286 wrote: Image
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C65 SWS MK1 for today.

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Still this for work this morning.

Oooh an empty beach. 8)

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stefs wrote:
nbg wrote:
downer wrote:That sounds like Blancpain talk to me...
Well I knew you would work out what I meant! :)

I tried on the 43mm in blue again and whilst I could pretend it's not too big I think it is. I tried on the current white version in 38mm and it fits me better, just need to be convinced the dial isn't too small when I try the blue. The abyss blue should be out by November, by which point I will hopefully have decided what to move on, which may include the Milgauss.

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If that shot was a 38 neil it looks spot on.
Secondly ...dont bin the zblue. Its just too nice a watch
It was the 38mm C61. I keep being drawn to BP as a brand and it would be 3rd time lucky, as there were a couple of BPs I hesitated on for too long a couple of years ago.

Something about a <11mm thick, 38mm diver, with a crystal back and 100 hour movement that appeals, from a brand that very few would recognise.

It would though be a test of my resolve as I do like the Z-Blue a lot. :)

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