CWL of the day

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CWL of the day

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Royston 64 wrote:C90 Becketts today
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That is a beauty. Added to my wants list. As always, real photos make the watch look far better than website. Thanks for posting.
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Find myself wearing this one again.

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The trusty 2009 FLE today. One of the most versatile watches in my collection. :)

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This one for me today:
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stueyman wrote:This one for me today:
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This one made me think. If I had the opportunity to swap my yellow auto kingfisher for this one, would I? I think, ultimately, I would. The white one? Probably that one too. The orange one? Probably not that one.

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How dare you all, Orange is stunning :D

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Footy, I'm with you. I have had chances to get a FLE08 and I have always preferred my Orange C60. It's lovely.
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The FLE for me today.

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Fortunately I don't have to choose where I prefer the blue, orange or yellow :)
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Richard wrote:The FLE for me today.

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A stunning dial!! Nice photo, Richard.

I had an opportunity to snag one of these second-hand a while back and I was too cheap to make the deal happen. If I owned one, I'm still not convinced it would get a ton of wrist time in my rotation, but it is a great looking and unique piece for sure. Domed AR crystal + blue sunray dial + aqua indeces and hands + black accents = WOW.
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downer wrote:The trusty 2009 FLE today. One of the most versatile watches in my collection. :)

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I have to say that is a beautiful watch! As you say very versatile - you could wear it as a dress watch, smart-casual or casual. A great all-rounder! Shame you can no longer get these.

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Started with a C40 today but when I got home put this one one :)
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Sunshine from the wrist 8)

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androo wrote:Started with a C40 today but when I got home put this one one :)
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=D> 8)
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CWL of the day

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After badgering Ian for a while I managed to prize this out of him
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It is a stunner :D
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What?! Ian responds to such badgering! He'd going to regret this come the next GTG. He has several I want... especially with decorated movements! What's the C5 collection running at now, Mr Blyth?