CWL of the day

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Can't seem to get this off my wrist. Image
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Still love this watch...
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asqwerth wrote:
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Same watch for me today. Perhaps my fave CW.
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JRAD wrote:Can't seem to get this off my wrist. Image
There is a clasp on the underside of the bracelet. Pop this open and you should be fine. :D:lol:;)

Joking aside, that is a great picture of a fantastic watch! Can't help but think I should have the orange rather than the white.
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this one today had it nearly twenty four hours before I was tempted
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^nice nice nice :clap:
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tikkathree wrote:A rare outing today for C6: I like this face more than any other CW.
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smegwina wrote:
JRAD wrote:Can't seem to get this off my wrist. Image
There is a clasp on the underside of the bracelet. Pop this open and you should be fine. :D:lol:;)

Joking aside, that is a great picture of a fantastic watch! Can't help but think I should have the orange rather than the white.
I think I am getting close to swapping out the bracelet for the black leather with orange strap... do it myself or take it in?
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C60 GMT w/Bracelet and Orange Leather Strap
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chrisw wrote:Image
this one today had it nearly twenty four hours before I was tempted
Yep, without doubt a beauty. :D
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JRAD wrote:
smegwina wrote:
JRAD wrote:Can't seem to get this off my wrist. Image
There is a clasp on the underside of the bracelet. Pop this open and you should be fine. :D:lol:;)

Joking aside, that is a great picture of a fantastic watch! Can't help but think I should have the orange rather than the white.
I think I am getting close to swapping out the bracelet for the black leather with orange strap... do it myself or take it in?
That is one of the fantastic bonuses of the orange. The black leather/orange stitching looks bloomin good as well as the bracelet.

To be honest, even if you are pretty good with bracelet removal, for some reason the Christopher Ward ones are a nightmare to swap out. If you are experienced, it may be worth having a check to see if you can do it, but I now get an expert to do 'em.
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I have to get a white dial C6 Kingfisher someday...
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Sometimes I forget how good this watch is, it's beome my beater as I never worry about the odd knock. :D

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chrisw wrote:Image
this one today had it nearly twenty four hours before I was tempted

Looks good :thumbup:
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