CWL of the day

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stefs wrote: Well done richard glad to see youfinally got round to the gmt. I really like mine but I know you have a superb collection so honestly what do you think of the orange blob as you have some outstanding stuff for comparison?
Thanks. I will make a proper post elsewhere when I've had more time, but some initial impressions:
  • Surprised how matt the bezel is. That's a good thing.
  • I like that this version is the least Romega SeaMariner looky-likey compared to some of the other C60's.
  • I think the GMT bezel is nicer than the standard.
  • I have no clue what strap to use with it...
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downer wrote:
stefs wrote: Well done richard glad to see youfinally got round to the gmt. I really like mine but I know you have a superb collection so honestly what do you think of the orange blob as you have some outstanding stuff for comparison?
Thanks. I will make a proper post elsewhere when I've had more time, but some initial impressions:
  • Surprised how matt the bezel is. That's a good thing.
  • I like that this version is the least Romega SeaMariner looky-likey compared to some of the other C60's.
  • I think the GMT bezel is nicer than the standard.
  • I have no clue what strap to use with it...
Cheers richard.... I have tried 5 different straps with mine and always end up back with the bracelet so I'm not gonna mess with it anymore
Cheers now, Paul
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Guess where I was today :D

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Monkey wrote:Guess where I was today :D
was it coach's day today?! my coach was there as well :D
hope the rain didn't spoil it - what did you watch?

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akirk wrote:
Monkey wrote:Guess where I was today :D
was it coach's day today?! my coach was there as well :D
hope the rain didn't spoil it - what did you watch?

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I got tickets for Centre court through being a Coach and saw Delpo and Djoko play, but nothing on outside courts as the rain had set in by then :roll:
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Trying this one on a GGB SPV2...

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Got to be this one again today...

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Today for Cadwell :D

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3 weeks old and still loving the Trident..
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My first and only CWL watch: A three-week old C60 with charcoal bezel. I hope to add a nearly-new C60 in blue, but I think my order has gone south :( .

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My C11 Chrono today as I chill out after a hard work week whilst watching the F1 qualifying :)

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My C60 watching F1 qualifying too:

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Lewis was magnificent for pole but I reckon Webber to win.

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