CWL of the day

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Re: CWL of the day

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Clarky wrote:I am thinking..... This one for today :)
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I was just looking at Hans' photos of this watch. Everytime I see one, I get a little more sad that I don't own one. :(
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Peteo wrote:
Clarky wrote:I am thinking..... This one for today :)
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I was just looking at Hans' photos of this watch. Everytime I see one, I get a little more sad that I don't own one. :(
You could try asking about to see if someone will part with theirs, I wouldn't hold your breath but you never know. I was looking for one for quite a while, and eventually got lucky :)
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Wearing my latest the C6 RAF 22 Sqn.

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alphajet wrote:Wearing my latest the C6 RAF 22 Sqn.

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That's nice - I'm tempted to get one in place of the C5A I've still got to return (post office closed early - who on earth still does half day closing on Wednesday's for pity's sake - PO that's who :shock: )
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My first CW
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andys wrote:My first CW
Great first choice mate. 
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Pepsi day today. :)

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Speedhawk on alligator today.
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Dbr1 today, this watch is really growing on me and is becoming the daily beater :shock: Had it under a loupe tonight for a closer view; stunning.
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Me too, had to wear this to the pub earlier this evening. Apologies for the poor photo, it was taken in a rush

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Clarky, is that a new one? I wonder if the Nn one you had will resurface at some point?
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nathanclarinet wrote:Clarky, is that a new one? I wonder if the Nn one you had will resurface at some point?
Yes, it is a new one from the latest batch compleat with missing marker. Still not sure if I should send it back or not
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I thought about it but then decided against as even though it is an error, I like that fact that there will only be this error on the current batch of which I have one. It also made me realise that although mine was a NN, i think it was only classed as such before the realisation of the transfer issue which means that mine was probably new. I might be off the mark but I would like to think that is the case as if so, I got a bargain!
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C8 Mk 2 on Bund. :shock:

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NO only joking, wearing it like this: :lol:

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C8 Blackhawk on 'modified' strap...

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