CWL of the day

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Old pic, but I think it's nicer than yet another wrist shot at my office work table!

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welshlad wrote:This for the next three days...
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Excellent choice of shirt sir; matches the watch perfectly.
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This one today for when I go out to play :lol:


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asqwerth wrote:Old pic, but I think it's nicer than yet another wrist shot at my office work table!

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Still a lovely picture. At 38mm looks plenty big enough for you. Would you go for 36mm?

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RVW wrote:This one today for when I go out to play :lol:


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robinbarke wrote:
Still a lovely picture. At 38mm looks plenty big enough for you. Would you go for 36mm?

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36mm for a Trident model or in general?

If the Trident, I would say yes. Don't think it's too small.

Monkey's vintage Tissot diver at 36mm seems ok for him: http://www.christopherwardforum.com/vie ... tage+diver

so it should be fine for me.

However, because the bezel does take up a fair bit of the overall diameter, I'm sure some may feel that the diameter of the dial face itself will become too small in such event.
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Playing with close up shots on my C40 Speedhawk today

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C60 Khaki on new Marathon black leather NATO for today.

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C6 Kingfisher tonight for my last night shift of the week.
Seriously heavy thunder storm just there and most beautiful light afterwards has my Kingfisher looking gorgeous.

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