CWL of the day

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Re: CWL of the day

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@NigelS

Nice Bund, Nigel.

Where from, please.

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Re: CWL of the day

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Bahnstormer_vRS wrote: Mon Sep 11, 2023 9:18 am @NigelS

Nice Bund, Nigel.

Where from, please.

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Thanks for the comment mate. Its a cobled up mixture of two straps as an act of desperation! For some reason the Sealander 36 on a CW strap was eroding my wrist bone (strangely larger CW Malvern doesn't seem rub). The strap itself is buffalo grain effect leather from local jewellers; the bund pad is from strangfordstraps on eBay but the straps went in the bin because the ends were not sewn, just fixed with clips.
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Not the best picture, but decided to wear my C65 today - such a great watch!
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Started with this one again.
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Probably one of the last summer days in pool...
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A switch to another CW for the evening.

Coordinating the orange line, fly and GMT hand. :lol:
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A little late: my CW of the day :-)
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nbg wrote: Mon Sep 11, 2023 7:45 pm A switch to another CW for the evening.

Coordinating the orange line, fly and GMT hand. :lol:
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That is a great looking spot too! Tight lines!
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Back at the office after having been out for a couple of weeks (nothing fun I am afraid). Needed something sturdy to get me through the day.
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This is such a completely satisfying watch to wear and look at and check the time on :kg:

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Bought my C65 Trident Diver in August 2018 and I still love it:
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Re: CWL of the day

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Very nice colour indeed with a very subtle sunray. Need to get the Consort bracelet resized by my local jewellers as I do not have the right size screwdriver. On the CW canvas for the time being.

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^^^ that looks cracking^^^
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Re: CWL of the day

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Louise & I are off to Spain today for a week.

Louise took her C63 Lucerne LE 36mm on an aftermarket matching blue rubber strap and brought a CW camel vintage oak strap to swap for night time.

I went with my Aquitaine GMT on a B&J desert sand NATO strap for daytime and The Twelve for night time. I put an extra link in the bracelet of The Twelve to hopefully cope with the extra heat.

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