CWL of the day

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Back to the pictures.

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New arrival:

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Had to try my new arrival on the STAIB mesh today:

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Great on mesh...mine is en route but it's not a Staib so fingers crossed it's decent.

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C9 Harrison Chronograph Blue

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For tomorrow:

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I've got my new baby ready to go on another strap. I think the black leather suits this watch quite nicely. I hate the way wrist shots always make watches look so much bigger than they really are, due to the angles and the close quarters.

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This old friend deserves some wrist time today:Image
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Arrived today. My first CWL with the new logo. Very nice.

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