CWL of the day

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Re: CWL of the day

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Congratulations! Looks lovely.
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Thanks Welshlad, I think it's stunning!
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Who needs a charcoal bezel eh?
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Not me! Loving the black!;-)
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Re: CWL of the day

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Dan,
Nice watch, great picture.
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rcherryuk wrote:Dan,
Nice watch, great picture.
Thanks.
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Re: CWL of the day

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Have been neglecting this one recently in favour of smaller watches, the size and clarity of the face make it very easy to read. :D

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Dan_B wrote:Thanks Welshlad, I think it's stunning!
It is stunning! That shot really makes me want to get a C60. For now, I'll just have to settle for my Makaira...

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Dan_B wrote:This for me as it's just arrived!
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Great photo of the C60.

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scooter wrote:
Dan

Great photo of the C60.

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This watch is gorgeous!
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This one today! Excuse the old picture.. But I am wearing the same jumper at least!


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Re: CWL of the day

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Changed the strap on my C8 Mk II to a Vintage Tan this morning.

I think the stitching matches the cream face quite nicely, quite different to the black studded strap I bought it with where the black of the strap matches the black of the numerals etc.

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