CWL of the day

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So good to be wearing a watch again. :D

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Smaller watches will orbit this bad boy 8)

Bought from gaf1958, first time on my wrist :wave:

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Wore my Charcoal Trident-Pro today. I love it but am saddened to see they are no longer listed. :?

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C5 Slimline + 70s retro bedspread :)
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Cirrus wrote:Image

C5 Slimline + 70s retro bedspread :)

Nice combination, what strap is it?
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Cirrus wrote:Image

C5 Slimline + 70s retro bedspread :)
Is that a charcoal C5S or a blue one in funny lighting?
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Sabbath wrote:
Cirrus wrote:Image

C5 Slimline + 70s retro bedspread :)
Nice combination, what strap is it?
It's a fairly cheap strap I got off eBay for something else, but decent enough quality and very comfortable. Don't know who made it, but the logo on the buckle looks like :M - but with three dots.
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Cirrus wrote:Image

C5 Slimline + 70s retro bedspread :)
Is that a charcoal C5S or a blue one in funny lighting?
It's blue on blue, but my camera dislikes halogen;

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Ah, I see. The search for a real world shot of the C5S charcoal continues... :)
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welshlad wrote:Ah, I see. The search for a real world shot of the C5S charcoal continues... :)
I don't think anyone has bought one :)
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I think we've been had, they don't exist. Not even a picture during a visit to No.1? Anyone?
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It seems rather easier to get a photo of Sasquatch riding the Loch Ness monster than a Charcoal C5 Slimline... (google it).
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C60 Trident Red FLE for today.

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