CWL of the day

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Re: CWL of the day

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Special_K77 wrote:Image
never mind the watch (which is lovely!) the cufflinks are awesome :thumbup:
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stefs wrote:
Special_K77 wrote:Image
never mind the watch (which is lovely!) the cufflinks are awesome :thumbup:
Thanks! 8)

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Giving my C900 an outing today :-)
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decided to give it one last wear to make sure i wasn't making a mistake deciding to sell it. still think it's a great looking watch, but i still don't think i'll give it the wrist time it deserves (probably been 2-3 months since i've worn it). for some reason, i just don't like the way it wears. which makes me sad.

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Love my MkI :D
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gwells wrote:decided to give it one last wear to make sure i wasn't making a mistake deciding to sell it. still think it's a great looking watch, but i still don't think i'll give it the wrist time it deserves (probably been 2-3 months since i've worn it). for some reason, i just don't like the way it wears. which makes me sad.

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Christopher Ward C8 Vintage by gbwells, on Flickr

NO NO don't sell it! Next to my PO it is the most comfortable watch I have worn for a long time :D
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it's my least comfortable watch. :/

again, still like to look at it, just don't really get the enjoyment out of it on my wrist.
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Monaco73 wrote:Giving my C900 an outing today :-)
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gwells wrote: Image
Christopher Ward C8 Vintage by gbwells, on Flickr
What is this??? That is a good looking watch.. :clap:
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Whilst I can't recall a day that featured so many of my absolute favourites this strap on a watch I own has become a must have.

Pray tell where I can find such an item to buy Sir......
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Looks fantastic doesn't it? I suspect the answer may lie in the post above...
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