CWL of the day

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Good news on my Twelve !
I tracked down a 1.5mm screwdriver today in a B&Q style shop today - Leroy Merlin. I use a 1.2mm at home but this was the smallest they go but it was perfect. The best part just €2.09.

Worked 100% on Removing the extra link I put in thinking I'd need it, job done.

Out at dinner this evening, one of my many Hawaiian shirts I have for this holiday !

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rkovars wrote:Was going to wear this one on the Oyster bracelet today aaaaannnnndddd I can't find it :problem: Image I have no idea what I did with it. It wasn't in the normal spot so I will have to look extra hard in the watch chest. I am really hoping I didn't throw it in the Consort box and then dutifully put the box in the recycle bin :shock:
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Finger's crossed you find it buddy !
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Enjoying the warmer spring weather with a new fkm rubber strap.
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Sunny watch for a sunny day. CW TRI-TECH ELITE
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BoB day - 'AD' replica seems appropriate ...

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C65 Aquitaine GMT is doing an outstanding job as holiday daytime watch duty.

P.S: It's running +4 seconds since early Wednesday morning ;)

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Bident wrote: Thu Sep 14, 2023 6:17 pm
Keeping my fingers crossed for you, Rich. We've all been there!
MiniMpi wrote: Thu Sep 14, 2023 10:04 pm
Finger's crossed you find it buddy !
Crisis averted! I found it buried in my strap roll. I did check it yesterday morning but I was in a hurry and it was really buried in there. So all is well! :lol:
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^^^^ You had what’s known in our house as a “dad look”.

“Mum I can’t find my xxxxxxx”
“Have you had a proper look or just a dad look?”
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rkovars wrote: Fri Sep 15, 2023 4:36 pm Crisis averted! I found buried in my strap roll. I did check it yesterday morning but I was in a hurry and it was really buried in there. So all is well! :lol:
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iain wrote: Fri Sep 15, 2023 4:48 pm ^^^^ You had what’s known in our house as a “dad look”.

“Mum I can’t find my xxxxxxx”
“Have you had a proper look or just a dad look?”
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No explanation required. Simply the best!
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