CWL of the day

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C3 Today.
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Lavaine wrote:C3 Today.
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Another great pic mate. Wish I had some of your talent!
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A Swiss watch designed in England, celebrating a French event, won by Hungarian (Ferenc Sziszand) worn by a Scotsman. International or what?

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ianblyth wrote:...International or what?
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Thanks for the close up of that strap.
It's convinced me to add it to the wants list for the Ad Astra, I do like the curved shoulders of those straps to fit like a bracelet. Sometimes the devil is indeed in the details.
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footycrazy wrote:I agree Richard, I would buy a White auto kingfisher too. where,s The forum Troll, we need another poll.

The Orange one today.
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I have asked the boss about this and a black one to finish the set. Its a no. :(
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androo wrote:
footycrazy wrote:I agree Richard, I would buy a White auto kingfisher too. where,s The forum Troll, we need another poll.

The Orange one today.
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I have asked the boss about this and a black one to finish the set. Its a no. :(
Thats a shame androo, perhaps a white trident is coming instead, wahoo :D
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The lovely black C3. If this had a Breitling logo on it I would believe it. The watch is that good.

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I think that the C6/60 is a unique CW design that cannot be accused of being a Rolex/Omega or any other clone, I would love to see black as well as white faced automatics produced.

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alphajet wrote:I think that the C6/60 is a unique CW design that cannot be accused of being a Rolex/Omega or any other clone, I would love to see black as well as white faced automatics produced.

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I love my C6 which is the same as the one above , C6 RAF VALLEY :)
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A friend at work with his new purchase, after I brought the sale to his attention. Half hoped he wouldn't like it so I could save him the trouble of returning! .

Demanding to take a picture my watch geek reputation isn't helped!!!!!
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C8 Mk 1 today.
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Trident on C600 strap. 
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Speedhawk today (old photo) I love this watch.

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ianblyth wrote:A Swiss watch designed in England, celebrating a French event, won by Hungarian (Ferenc Sziszand) worn by a Scotsman. International or what?

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hmm have to say I wish I had gone for this now.. it was the only one I liked in the range.. have to keep an eye out on ebay the sale adds.. so many watches to buy :lol: