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C60 Trident GMT 600m for today.
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Sofa find #12

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Korkki wrote:Sofa find #12

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Congratulations Korkki ;)
I just love that version of the C9 GMT.
I was sorely temped at the time.
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Korkki wrote:Sofa find #12
Congratulations Korkki ;)
I just love that version of the C9 GMT.
I was sorely temped at the time.
My thoughts exactly Ferg & Korrki.

Very distinctive and far more characterful than the regular C9 Harrison. Enjoy. :clap:

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Thanks Ferg and Guy :wave:

I have now a twin for my C9 GMT SK

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My C10 for this afternoon on a new Haveston Straps 'Carrier' (shades of grey/blue designed to emulate the camouflage colours of the WWII USA Pacific Fleet).

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MiniMpi wrote:Loving that Makaira Steve ;)
Cheers Ferg :thumbup:
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Bahnstormer_vRS wrote:My C10 for this afternoon on a new Haveston Straps 'Carrier' (shades of grey/blue designed to emulate the camouflage colours of the WWII USA Pacific Fleet).

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:clap: nice strap :thumbup:
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MiniMpi wrote:C60 Trident GMT 600m for today.
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Ferg, that is a nice piece. You can see it shares DNA with the mkI (like I have) but still quite different - and a good colour combo, crying out for a black/yellow Hirsch Robby just for a change :silent:
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STodd wrote:
Bahnstormer_vRS wrote:My C10 for this afternoon on a new Haveston Straps 'Carrier' (shades of grey/blue designed to emulate the camouflage colours of the WWII USA Pacific Fleet).

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:clap: nice strap :thumbup:
Cheers Steve.

Best thing about it, is that it is soooooo comfortable, plus having a normal position for the buckle and a floating second keeper, so there is no need to fold / tuck-under the end of the strap.

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STodd wrote:
MiniMpi wrote:C60 Trident GMT 600m for today.
Ferg, that is a nice piece. You can see it shares DNA with the mkI (like I have) but still quite different - and a good colour combo, crying out for a black/yellow Hirsch Robby just for a change :silent:
Cheers Steve ;)
I know....I did contemplate putting it on a black leather strap as it is bloody heavy with the bracelet but I think it just 'works'.
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MiniMpi wrote:
Cheers Steve ;)
I know....I did contemplate putting it on a black leather strap as it is bloody heavy with the bracelet but I think it just 'works'.
To be fair, I didn't buy mine 'on the bracelet' back in the day - its only in the last 9 months that I have put mine on a bracelet, before that I wore it on the embossed leather.
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MiniMpi wrote:I know....I did contemplate putting it on a black leather strap as it is bloody heavy with the bracelet but I think it just 'works'.
Thats why I wear all of my C60 600s on leather. I leave the bracelets to the C60 300s... quite a bit lighter and better balanced.
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Back to the Flieger...

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Really enjoying this on the USM NATO - far more comfortable than standard NATO


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