CWL of the day

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Re: CWL of the day

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Oops, double post!
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Lego wrote:And another....
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And another...
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I could say 'and another'

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But I won't as I'm wearing this today

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Today is another short sleeved day with the C9 on display:
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Been experimenting with the strap on this, so it's today's watch.

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I really put off buying a divers watch, but this gets worn quite often. I think I was really lucky to get it in the last NN sale, with the old logo, and now it's got the silicone strap and today I've fitted a CW deployment clasp to it. Satisfying watch, I do now understand why out of the 20,000 (I think that's right) watches that CW sell per year, most of them are C60s.
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Awesome watch Paul, I am very biased though :) :)
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Great photograph of superb watch.

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That photo always makes me look twice as that Mustang looks like it has a nosewheel on first glance! :lol:

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Getting used to this - just lovely!

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vikingdrvr wrote:That photo always makes me look twice as that Mustang looks like it has a nosewheel on first glance! :lol:

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What a great photo of the C7. Looks beautiful.

I have to admit that I have never even taken my C7 out of its box. This photo has made me look at it in a new light!

Maybe I should dig out the box!

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Get that C7 out !!!!
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Scooter Blue today in sunny south

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Back to basics; C1 :thumbup:

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skimrok wrote:Scooter Blue today in sunny south

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I like this strap.

How easy is it to change straps on the Trident? I just bought the C61 on a bracelet and I'm hoping I can swap it out with a leather strap on an almost daily basis depending on what I'm feeling....