CWL of the day

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Clarky wrote:
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.
Lucky fella - I am still saving hard! Getting a bit itchy though and fancy a blow out on something to keep me going until October.....
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And again today. Well I just got it! Image

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nathanclarinet wrote:
Clarky wrote:
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.
Lucky fella - I am still saving hard! Getting a bit itchy though and fancy a blow out on something to keep me going until October.....
I know the feeling, I really want a C9-GMT-SST......but must resist! Atleast until next months pay cheque then maybe.
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In the water...

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Back on this beauty today, my first CW. I lost count how many times I almost bought the IWC mark XVI for nearly 8 times the price of this one
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And again, but on original strap now fitting my spindly arm. So much nicer in the metal than I even hoped. Mark II and Vintage now firmly on my list. Image
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C60 today...

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At a golf tournament today. The C3 felt right at home with his country club Rolex and Omega cousins, while also being uniquely CW.
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Great Photo Nicolas. :2thumbs: The Nato looks really well on the Trident, I might be tempted to try one. :D

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Lavaine wrote:At a golf tournament today. The C3 felt right at home with his country club Rolex and Omega cousins, while also being uniquely CW...
Thank you for posting that. I've been in 2 minds about the C3 and seeing that in the wild I now think it's worth wearing.

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C5A today
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Changed to this today!
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And then this.

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