CWL of the day

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Wore the Trident for work (again - so nice) but decided to "slip into something more comfortable" for the evening. The C5A Mk I.

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Then out for a walk in the sunshine.

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I have bought a Khaki strap and some leather straps but have not got around to trying them on the C5A as the NATO is quite comfortable.
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It was this one for me today.
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Royston 64 wrote:It was this one for me today.
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That is lovely Royston, nice picture too. I'm keeping an eye on the one for sale on the bay, but don't think I can aford another watch at the moment though :(
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inspired by the C5 aviators earler this week, wearing this one today
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Clarky wrote:
Royston 64 wrote:It was this one for me today.
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That is lovely Royston, nice picture too. I'm keeping an eye on the one for sale on the bay, but don't think I can aford another watch at the moment though :(
Thanks Clarky, It's a great timekeeper too. :D
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Clarky wrote:
Royston 64 wrote:It was this one for me today.
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That is lovely Royston, nice picture too. I'm keeping an eye on the one for sale on the bay, but don't think I can aford another watch at the moment though :(
Out of all the C60s, this one appeals the most (as well as the Pepsi bezel version) - it looks great! With you on the low funds at the moment Clarky, need to keep my cash aside for the FLE.
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Swapped to this this evening, keeping with the aviator style today
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nathanclarinet I have the funds for the FLE saved, just no excess for any more at the moment and don't want to dip in to that fund for anything other than the FLE.

Realy want one of these though (picture pinched from kip, hope you don't mind Kip?)
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and a C60-GMT-sks

EDIT: and a C60 kingfisher pro orange
and a ........
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Started the day with C3IPK, got home to a missed parcel notice. Quick run up to Post Office to collect my (pre owned) C8 Mark 1 Cream face. Quick change of strap to a black Hersch that wouldn't fit a gorilla and the jobs a good un. Proper strap to have further holes added tomorrow.Image
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DSHall wrote:Started the day with C3IPK, got home to a missed parcel notice. Quick run up to Post Office to collect my (pre owned) C8 Mark 1 Cream face. Quick change of strap to a black Hersch that wouldn't fit a gorilla and the jobs a good un. Proper strap to have further holes added tomorrow.
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downer wrote:
DSHall wrote:Started the day with C3IPK, got home to a missed parcel notice. Quick run up to Post Office to collect my (pre owned) C8 Mark 1 Cream face. Quick change of strap to a black Hersch that wouldn't fit a gorilla and the jobs a good un. Proper strap to have further holes added tomorrow.
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Sorry sir. Edited above. Better?
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DSHall wrote:
downer wrote:
DSHall wrote:Started the day with C3IPK, got home to a missed parcel notice. Quick run up to Post Office to collect my (pre owned) C8 Mark 1 Cream face. Quick change of strap to a black Hersch that wouldn't fit a gorilla and the jobs a good un. Proper strap to have further holes added tomorrow.
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Sorry sir. Edited above. Better?
:lol: Very good DSHall. Congrats on the C8 - great choice. :)
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Sorry sir. Edited above. Better?
:lol: Very good DSHall. Congrats on the C8 - great choice. :)
Thanks. Like the look of the Vintage too!
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C5swt today :)
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