CWL of the day

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ianblyth wrote:A bit of an aviator roll today. Makes a change from divers.
A close thing as I almost put on my C600 :lol:
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C8 for hump day here too
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Old pic of my black (and red) aviator I've been wearing today.

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Aifo wrote:Thanks Tetlee, I too have a skinny wrist (in comparison to my waist) but I dont think this C8 wears big at all, from experience pvd case usually wears smaller, visually at least.
Intereseting, and you could have a point. My C600 does wear slightly smaller than my C60 used to(which of course share the same case).
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That is stunning Chris 8)
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Always a pleasure wearing this beauty!

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Time for bed!
Been wearing this a lot recently and growing to like it more all the time....


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C3 PVD today

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Nice watch, Mibby.
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Just another black Trident.....cor, EVERYONE has one, I must be very boring!

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bspj wrote:Just another black Trident.....cor, EVERYONE has one, I must be very boring!

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A cracking looking watch.
I am sure I read somewhere that zit is bad for COSC's to be used and then put away. I think that you need to use it now.

I also can't help but notice that the shorts are now being raised to reveal a hint more knee! :)
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smegwina wrote: I am sure I read somewhere that it is bad for COSC's to be used and then put away. I think that you need to use it now.
Well, I'll just check it for a couple of days....around the house, before it returns to the winder (as opposed to the box, a step forward in itself)

I also can't help but notice that the shorts are now being raised to reveal a hint more knee! :)
Only because you like it so much. In fact Ferg is threatening to mow in his today!!!!! :thumbup:
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