CWL of the day

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Tetlee wrote:
Korkki wrote:C9 in the midnight sun :sun:

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Wow, that really shows off the C9 GMT to its best, nicest pic I've seen and makes me slightly not regret grabbing one when they were in the sale recently.
I agree. I got the feeling the official pictures didn't really do it justice. This photo should be on the CW web site!
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Corks

Your photographs just keep getting better and better.

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C11 Chrono SKK today and tomorrow.

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I shall be wearing this today

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The bracelet is a temporary home but the strap it came on was the black one and it really needs to be the tan/green to properly evoke the era.

It has now been ordered...;)


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My latest edition today, so chuffed with this watch.

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Aviator is the only thing flying high over the Cotswolds.....other than cunim!

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That's a very interesting combo...

For me...

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Yup; interesting and good combination there Paul.

I had great fun teaming a variety of straps with the Khaki bezel, seems like you are too.

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C11 Makaira Elite for me today; out collecting a fish & chip supper for the family at present.

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Tea time.

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Bahnstormer_vRS wrote:C11 Makaira Elite for me today; out collecting a fish & chip supper for the family at present.

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Not that WORKS!!! First time I've ever really wished I owned a Makaira. Fantastic combo :thumbup:
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I am sorry but there's no CW in this picture - my phone camera couldn't focus properly and even the pic below is blurred :(

But I would like to share this with the forum - the midnight sun at its best :wave:

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(wristshot of C60 if anyone can regonize it... http://i61.tinypic.com/2pqwghc.jpg)
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Korkki wrote:I am sorry but there's no CW in this picture - my phone camera couldn't focus properly and even the pic below is blurred :(

But I would like to share this with the forum - the midnight sun at its best :wave:

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(wristshot of C60 if anyone can regonize it... http://i61.tinypic.com/2pqwghc.jpg)
Wow thats stunning.
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