CWL of the day

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This thread has led me to believe one thing…… you guys have too many CWL watches :P

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Umm, I have ONE, lol
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Rookie1986 wrote:This thread has led me to believe one thing…… you guys have too many CWL watches :P

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Gorgeous :)
Nice seen other Galvanic C5's on here.
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CW's Best!

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Day 5 :) It feels like I ought to be able to pull of 7 days easy. Two weeks even.

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MiniMpi wrote:
DJVision wrote:Image
Gorgeous :)
Nice seen other Galvanic C5's on here.
Thanks! It's been on the wrist at least once or twice a week since it arrived :)
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C60 Trident today, and this shot taken a few weeks ago, on the beach, actually doing something like what it's supposed to and being underwater...........a bit 8)

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Very nice :clap: :clap:
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Peteo wrote:Day 5 :) It feels like I ought to be able to pull of 7 days easy. Two weeks even.

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This has given me the desire to wear mine tomorrow..... 8)
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andyg wrote:
This has given me the desire to wear mine tomorrow..... 8)
And I'm still wearing mine today. :) Day 7.

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Peteo wrote:
andyg wrote:
This has given me the desire to wear mine tomorrow..... 8)
And I'm still wearing mine today. :) Day 7.

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I see you are a "rightee" :problem:
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