CWL of the day

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Today was my turn to wash the tea cups in work, so naturally I went armed with the C6 for the job!

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Seeing my chemotherapy consultant shortly so thought the Aviator would give me wings

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Wifes birthday today...wearing red for her.

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An old favourite - C4SBS

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ianblyth wrote:An old favourite - C4SBS

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Very nice Ian. The blue looks really classy.
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I can't believe how different the C4 red and C4 SBS look. The black sub dials and chapter ring on the red give it a totally different look than the monochrome colour scheme of the SBS. I don't think one is better than the other, just very different. I do think the SBS is dressier with the solid colour.
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C60 GMT today..

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What a great picture - maybe that's the C60 to have!
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I tried to wear another watch today but the Trident exerted its influence over me. This must be coming to the top with wrist time.

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My C3 Malvern cream which does not get as much wrist time as the black version.

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