CWL of the day

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Nice to have this back...

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C7 Bluebird for my last day off and to brighten up the day as it's shocking bad out !

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43mm. Still trying to see if it's too big or not...
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I feel like it looks like a good size. A tad big maybe, but I would just call it "substantial" looking, which is fine in my book.
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I think big bluey wears absolutely fine on your wrist, a big :thumbup: from me.
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Thanks! Trying to decide on whether to return this one and wait for the 40mm SH21 or not. Hmmmm.

I do enjoy having an auto chrono, but I know a 40mm is a sweet spot for me.

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gatehealing wrote:Thanks! Trying to decide on whether to return this one and wait for the 40mm SH21 or not. Hmmmm.

I do enjoy having an auto chrono, but I know a 40mm is a sweet spot for me.

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How much did you pay for it? They were an absolute steal a while back(think they were something like £450?) so if you got it for that sort of amount, don't sending back in a hurry, the 40mm version will likely be over £1,000 I suspect(but yes the size should be great).

Having said all that, if you aren't 100% on it and end up not wearing it for that reason, then better to spend the extra on something you will wear and enjoy, even if it is over double the price.
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I think it looks fine on your wrist and the black strap is much nicer than the blue in my opinion.
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My C70 BRG worn today for my last day of work for some weeks

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C6 Kingfisher for today and tomorrow.
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For today again...
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