CWL of the day

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my goodness that silver/blue chrono is a sharp look. I take it one forum member sold it to the other?
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washedout wrote:my goodness that silver/blue chrono is a sharp look. I take it one forum member sold it to the other?
Indeed, Graham was kind enough to sell this to me just before his recent vintage bug kicked in again. I had shown some interest in another chrono sale with the black face and he PM'd me about it. He was a pleasure to deal with.
The blue leather strap really does just kick it up a gear accepting the blue hands on the chrono function.
It does also come on a standard brown CW leather strap for a more "serious" look.
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ianblyth wrote:Been wearing this all day. Really liking the mesh.

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I really like the mesh too. Where did you get it?
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Bablo wrote: I really like the mesh too. Where did you get it?
I bought it of TZ-UK for a really good price. When I saw it I PMed the guy and bought it hoping it would fit and it does. I believe this is a WJean mesh. http://stores.ebay.co.uk/Seiko150m-shop
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ianblyth wrote:
Bablo wrote: I really like the mesh too. Where did you get it?
I bought it of TZ-UK for a really good price. When I saw it I PMed the guy and bought it hoping it would fit and it does. I believe this is a WJean mesh. http://stores.ebay.co.uk/Seiko150m-shop
Thanks for the feedback. I will be ordering one shortly.
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The blue one...

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Is that a lovely piece of Opera in the centre?
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ddav wrote:Is that a lovely piece of Opera in the centre?
Oh yes, absolutely Sir. :rate10:
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I love opera. I used to make it many years ago.
More importantly where are the Madeleines?
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Are financiers OK ???

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tartine.74 wrote:Are financiers OK ???

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Doesn't look like a CWL to me. Very nice Black Monster though! :)
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