CWL of the day

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yup, i can see it now. Thanks for the info. Who was the first person to note it?
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Helix Von Smelix wrote:yup, i can see it now. Thanks for the info. Who was the first person to note it?
Not sure who noted it first but I think I was the first person to post about it following discussions with Tom in Customer Services who explained that it was the reason the watch was NN. This prompted others to look at their C70s and notice the same.
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Today it's my only 'pre-loved' CW:

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Today I will mostly be wearing this: Image
The prototype C8 black hawk :)
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Clarky wrote:Today I will mostly be wearing this: Image
The prototype C8 black hawk :)
Nice Strap, is it a Toshi?

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rcherryuk wrote:
Clarky wrote:Today I will mostly be wearing this: Image
The prototype C8 black hawk :)
Nice Strap, is it a Toshi?

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Today I have been admiring the stunning blue face of the C6 Forum LE.
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Love that blue Ianblyth, here,s another stunner.
And maybe a yellow will be along soon, all perfect for 2moro and the warmest day of the year so far. 8)

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footycrazy wrote:Love that blue Ianblyth, here,s another stunner.
And maybe a yellow will be along soon, all perfect for 2moro and the warmest day of the year so far. 8)

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I love this watch...

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Golf today (indoor virtual golf, as the snow hasn't melted yet). Good day for a quartz:
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Inspired by Clarky... :)

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Today it's this one:

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What strap is that Rob?

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That's a CWL strap,it has the blue 'Grand Prix' pierced outer leather with blue leather underneath but I modified the white stitching with a sharpie :D

The one on the CWL site is the newer version I think : http://www.christopherward.co.uk/straps ... 0sxus.html

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