CWL of the day

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C11 Black Manta for me today

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V.V.Poshe!
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Snap Greg :)
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It looked so nice on the newly fitted bracelet that I didn't wear it for a few days, for fear of scratching it. From now on, it will be my regular Friday wear. Definitely a watch which 'looks' much more expensive than it is.
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2013 FLE
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C7 Bluebird for today and a Gingerbread Latte in Costa :)

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Oh I wish that the recently replaced lume pip was white rather than snot green :thumbdown: It doesn't show very much in this photo and, now, under artificial lighting it doesn't show but strong natural light and I suppose you'd call it mint green.

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MiniMpi wrote:C7 Bluebird for today and a Gingerbread Latte in Costa :)

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Nice shot of the "Bluebird" Ferg

I've seen this watch look so many different shades of blue but i guess its all in how the light strikes the face


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richtea wrote:
MiniMpi wrote:C7 Bluebird for today and a Gingerbread Latte in Costa :)

Nice shot of the "Bluebird" Ferg

I've seen this watch look so many different shades of blue but i guess its all in how the light strikes the face


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It can look a totally different blue depending on the type of light available.
All lovely shades of blue though.
It's without doubt one of my favourite watches :)
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My best watch for Remembrance Sunday

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C60 Trident Black Bezel for today.

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This seems the most appropriate watch to wear today...
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^^^Indeed, very fitting.
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