CWL of the day

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No pic, but my C60 is enjoying another days diving in Turkey. Impressed how clear the face and bezel are at 35m, in daylight or torchlight. Oh and the majority of the fake watches here are hilarious and bear no resemblance to the original. They all like the C60 though, it's been called a Rolex, Omega and Blancpain so far by the so called watch experts. One shop had faux tourbillons on everything including submariners
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Yesterday's watch:


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Today's is a non-CW and will be posted in that thread.
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C3 PVD today

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I'll see your PVD, and raise you a C600 :D

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Back on my GasGasBones strap

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Tetlee wrote:I'll see your PVD, and raise you a C600 :D

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Great photo! :clap:
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Makaira for me too today

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Quick and dirty in the library earlier with my iPhone.

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andyg wrote:
Tetlee wrote:I'll see your PVD, and raise you a C600 :D

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Great photo! :clap:
Thank you Andy :)
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C11 Chrono SKK yesterday and today.

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Ahh. After Kemmner Thursday time for a bit of class. Peachy. Decision made, the Kemmner's going:lol:

You gotta ignore the wobbly circles in here: my mobile phone cam does this when it is fighting with itself over metering and on the phone and in bright sun today I couldn't see the wobbles here. I'd got flash on "auto if needed" and I guess the camera was bamboozled by the amount of ambient light and the black dial. It's starting to try my patience a bit. :thumbdown:
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tikkathree wrote:Ahh. After Kemmner Thursday time for a bit of class. Peachy. Decision made, the Kemmner's going:lol:


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Seems like a pretty strong habit to wear this on casual Fridays. Trying to decide if it goes onto a bracelet, shark mesh, or back to NATOs this weekend.
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