CWL of the day

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Great looking watch, and you're just teasing me with it :D
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Thanks, still keeping my eye out for you just don't see any 43mm blue in ceramic always 38mm. Must be rare.
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Sector Sunday

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That's a corker, korkki! :lol: :clap:

Does it give you a smug feeling when you wear it, to know you have the one and only?

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^^great photos of your Sector Guy. Particularly like the last close up shot, was that shot with a "normal" camera/phone or do you have an SLR or equivalent big lensed jobby?

Was the Sector not going to be for the chop to balance the books after you bought your C60 Chrono or has the cull been fully implemented already?
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Thegreyman wrote:^^great photos of your Sector Guy. Particularly like the last close up shot, was that shot with a "normal" camera/phone or do you have an SLR or equivalent big lensed jobby?
Thanks Patrick.

All three photos were taken with my Smartphone. The first two by holding a CWL Loupe (4x zoom) in front of the lens. The third one with a clip on 15x macro zoom lens from this Olixar lens kit. Its a bit limiting as you have to get really close up and there is a fair degree of distortion at the edges, but you get an ultra close-up macro shot as a result.
Thegreyman wrote:Was the Sector not going to be for the chop to balance the books after you bought your C60 Chrono or has the cull been fully implemented already?
It was originally for the chop, but on a 'rarity and unlikely to be able to replace in the future ' basis I've decided to hold onto it and let my Steinhart Ocean Titanium 500 go instead.

I'm three down, two to go in the cull (Steiny and Bullymoon).

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Arty C700 in b&w...
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Bahnstormer_vRS wrote:
Thegreyman wrote:^^great photos of your Sector Guy. Particularly like the last close up shot, was that shot with a "normal" camera/phone or do you have an SLR or equivalent big lensed jobby?
Thanks Patrick.

All three photos were taken with my Smartphone. The first two by holding a CWL Loupe (4x zoom) in front of the lens. The third one with a clip on 15x macro zoom lens from this Olixar lens kit. Its a bit limiting as you have to get really close up and there is a fair degree of distortion at the edges, but you get an ultra close-up macro shot as a result.
Thegreyman wrote:Was the Sector not going to be for the chop to balance the books after you bought your C60 Chrono or has the cull been fully implemented already?
It was originally for the chop, but on a 'rarity and unlikely to be able to replace in the future ' basis I've decided to hold onto it and let my Steinhart Ocean Titanium 500 go instead.

I'm three down, two to go in the cull (Steiny and Bullymoon).

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Thanks for the info Guy, I might try one of those macro zoom lenses.

I think it is the right decision to keep the Sector, interesting and rare.
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Bahnstormer_vRS wrote:Sector Sunday
Excellent photos of your rare and very cool Sector Guy ;)
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C11 MSL Auto on WatchGecko Seat Belt NATO today...

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Scrogg wrote:C11 MSL Auto on WatchGecko Seat Belt NATO today...

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Very nice - I tried that combo too, but found the seatbelt NATO hard to get on with


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