CWL of the day

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Thinking of sunnier times. :sun:

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Mainly been wearing the Mk I today.

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Switched to this one just now:

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Kingfisher by peteo72, on Flickr

Still my favorite. Still love the color.
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ianblyth wrote:Mainly been wearing the Mk I today.

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Ian, are they scuff marks around the bezel or just dust?

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Scuff marks. It is well worn and I like it all the more for it.
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ianblyth wrote:Scuff marks. It is well worn and I like it all the more for it.
Interesting. I take the opposite view, believing that a quality watch should have a bezel made of the toughest scratch resistant stainless steel available. MY C8 PVD is marked so sadly I'll not wear it!

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This photo caught my eye. The cream looks almost white, offset by the strap. I think if we find the C10 in cream, I might have to cave and get one.
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bregosanto wrote:Arrived today...

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Mr Rick wrote:Image

Excellent strap choice. Beautiful combination!


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Needed to give this one some exercise.....

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I normally wear my Breitling Colt on weekdays, but as that has just been posted to Breitling UK for some pampering I've been wearing this instead:


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Aaaaaaagh. Between you and the picture of Ian's black Mk1 at the top of the page...
I still want one of those....!! :silent: :lol:

Ho hum.
Will just have to spring for a black C10 when they arrive.
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Meanwhile, have just changed from this (for work)
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to THIS for, um, not work!!
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(sorry, not the best pics in the world)
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