CWL of the day

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scooter wrote:@ Sabbath - many thanks

@ Cirrus - I absolutely agree. My CW Aviator Mark II black dial remains my favourite CW.

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The only thing I would change about mine would be a finer bracelet size adjustment... maybe a half link would do the trick.
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Aaaah lovely!
27C at 8.45pm and just enjoying a damn fine beer before dinner with the lovely mrs stefs
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ddav wrote:Back in the box !
Sorry to hear it didn't sell, but then mine's a keeper so perhaps yours ought to be too.

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C11 Makaira Elite for me today.

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I'm down working for a stint at our local Tesco where we have a new car display for the day.

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marketing quality, outstanding :thumbup:
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Back on the bracelet... Super Bling!

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This one... the only CW I own (so far):

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Konketsu wrote:Back on the bracelet... Super Bling!

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C5 Bracelet by J.W.C., on Flickr

The bracelet does looks particularly catching on that watch. Almost makes me want to try one on one of mine. :problem:
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C10 Aviator for an extra night shift tonight.

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Have been a bad boy - armed with a C60 (+ colorful language, bad breath & a feather duster) 8)

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The Trident this evening...

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A bit small on my wrist so emboldened by a Yellowdog blue leather Nato and a quick snatch in Cambridge Waterstones': peace and quiet. Sublime.

This watch just happens to have the same serial number as my last boat's sail number so it's unlikely now ever to leave me.

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