CWL of the day

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This is the watch I am currently looking at buying. I'm a sucker for GMTs.
Berkshire wrote:First outing for any of my CWs in several weeks, this being the least worn. Not that the GMT has fallen from favour, it's just slipped down the list. Must remember to be kind to all my watches.

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Another shot of my Tangerine Dream still on tour in Switzerland
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Today is my 50th birthday, and as my name is Christopher Ward, this is the watch I bought as a gift to myself for the dayImage

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Apparently it's my brown dial watch today. :shock:

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    New arrival, so has to be worn today
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    Mr_N wrote:New arrival, so has to be worn today
    ...and I've even set it to the right date now :D :thumbup:
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    Rekhmire wrote:Today is my 50th birthday, and as my name is Christopher Ward, this is the watch I bought as a gift to myself for the dayImage

    (Bought 3 more since tjough!)
    Happy 50th Birthday !!
    What a fabulous CW to get to mark your special day.

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    C6 Kingfisher for tonight and tomorrow night.

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    Been wearing this one today :D

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    Quick change for the cinema later
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    You gonna see Waterworld again?? :shock:
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    ^ when building the new local cinema they completed the first six screens then went down to the basement to do the two final screens. There, they were met with several feet of water.
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    ddav wrote:Quick change for the cinema later
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    Ha, has to be the C600 for the cinema, those tritium tubes work wonders :D

    My C600 will be joining me for Froch v Groves tomorrow night, same reason.