CWL of the day

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Thanks Ferg, you've got some nice photos this week too!
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Thanks, yeah I'm very happy with my C60 Red FLE photo as it shows what it's really like. Very hard to photograph normally but there some some good natural light that day.
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C3 with the gold indices which catch and reflect the light.

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I'm cheating with an old pic with correct date!

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C60 Trident Red FLE for FLE Friday and my first day off :)

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C11 Makaira Pro on Geckota Super Engineer.

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Nice c11
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Duplicate

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C60 MKI, MKII, MKIII: "some",
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In view of the rain I thought a dive watch for walking the dog. In view of the heat I didn't want that big old rubber band round my wrist so I replaced it with a brown-nearly black handmade leather jobbie.
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tikkathree wrote:In view of the rain I thought a dive watch for walking the dog. In view of the heat I didn't want that big old rubber band round my wrist so I replaced it with a brown-nearly black handmade leather jobbie.
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lol, you put alot of thought into your dog walking timepiece :D I just grab trusty old Avia Polar Star for walking the dogs, one of my few quartz watches.
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CW Jump Hour with CW Mowbray Single Key Fob in the background(love the key fob now the catch has loosened up).


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Before I go shopping and swimming:

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C11 on newly-acquired Toshi strap from Drmarkf...
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May have to swap to something else in a mo as I have to venture out into the torrential rain!
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My C11 Makaira Elite for me today, working today at our stand (Pit Stop Challenge) at the Bedford River Festival.

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Having spent a while cleaning the new acquisition, it seems only fair to give it some wrist time and as I have no arduous tasks requiring attention I'll be joining AVO in wearing a true classic.
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