CWL of the day

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Sabbath wrote:A perfect watch for a relaxing Sunday.

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that watch has been in and out of my wish list a good half dozen times Im going to have to push the button swmbo will murder me great looking watch
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chrisw wrote:
Sabbath wrote:A perfect watch for a relaxing Sunday.

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that watch has been in and out of my wish list a good half dozen times Im going to have to push the button swmbo will murder me great looking watch

It's a lovely watch and one of those I can imagine still being in my watch box in 20 years time. It has timeless looks, a great very accurate movement and is something you can team with most outfits. I love it, it's a very speicial time piece.
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C60 Trident Black Bezel for today.

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MiniMpi wrote:Looking great Mike :)
Yeah, it's definitely a looker!
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Going to see King Lear. It's too nice a day to spend 3hrs watching Shakespeare, but it's one of those things one does for love.
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C7 Bluebird for today :)

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spent the whole of yesterday afternoon with my friend steve, and 2 italian friends, celebrating the fact that steve's going to be a dad. never eaten and drunk so well - wonderful company and a wonderful day.
(you can tell from the photo it all got a bit squiffy after a while!)

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watching you fail in your quest for a “one watch” has been great entertainment

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miss F. A positively delightful way to spend time with your friends, good food and conversation lubricated by the odd glass or two. Love the photo too. :D
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A rare outing today for C6: I like this face more than any other CW.
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Better check your pin, I think it's popped. :problem:
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C7 today

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Old pic, but I was out in the same area today.

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C10 Aviator today.

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