CWL of the day

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Re: CWL of the day

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tikkathree wrote: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.
Looking good. Aviator plus NATO; perfect combination.

I've had three non-CWLs on so far today but now switched to my recently aquired C5 MkI Galvanic.

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I bought this for my wife but she's not keen on it as the strap is too long and she prefers dials with numbers.

Oh well; may as well get some use out of it myself whilst deciding whether to keep or flip it.

Quite liking the 'vintage' style already and appreciating that it wears a little larger than I'd expected for its 38mm case size.

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The previous three watches all look great. As I have previously mentioned i do like a good nato, never tried a leather though. Certainly goes well with that watch. As for keeping the Malvern: I guess you can tell my opinion if you look at my signature...
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As I like the previous watches I may as will add today's choice for me...

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Retro style:

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Konketsu wrote:Retro style:

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C90 Becketts by J.W.C., on Flickr

Very nice, wouldn't mind one of these myself if I can find one at a reasonable price. :thumbup:
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Thanks, I highly recommend one if you like the style. There isn't anything similar out there from what I've seen, a very unique CW watch. There have been a few for sale in the sales corner recently.
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A run out for this one when all the jobs were done.

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C60 Trident Black Bezel today.
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Here is my C11 for Monday
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C7 Bluebird today.

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GMT Monday. Favourite C60?
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Freshly brushed(used a glass fibre brush on the shiny center sections of the bracelet) C20 for today.

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Much better I think :)
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Great watch's guys :)
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Tetlee wrote:Freshly brushed(used a glass fibre brush on the shiny center sections of the bracelet) C20 for today.

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Much better I think :)
Looks good. I used my other half's nailpad to brush my c5 aviators at the weekend, and I was pleased with the results. Surprisingly undisastrous for me.
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