CWL of the day

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My latest addition :thumbup:
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Looking great Paul :)
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I just noticed that my wife is wearing her Divine Carre today:

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Paul Drawmer wrote:Wore this one today. (old photo)
ImageC9 single pusher by pdrawmer, on Flickr
Take watch off to cook supper.
My wife, Carol, is not interested in my watches. To her it's just this 'thing' I have about them and they seem to come and go quite regularly.
She picks up the watch.
"Wow, I never realised this was such a beautiful watch!"
A great watch is all about handling it.
I would love to have a good look at one of these one day, I do think it is the most beautiful thing CWL have managed to produce. Ticks a lot of my own boxes too, manual, chrono, classic design. Super watch Paul :thumbup:
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watchstudent wrote:I would love to have a good look at one of these one day, I do think it is the most beautiful thing CWL have managed to produce. Ticks a lot of my own boxes too, manual, chrono, classic design. Super watch Paul :thumbup:
Agree about it being thenmost beautiful CW, I would love to have a proper look at one too.
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took the Jag out last night, and have yet to take it off :)

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C5 MkI Galvanic for this evening

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Switched my C60 to a halios brown strap today.

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C60 Trident Red FLE for my first day off :)

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Wounderfull
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albionprs wrote:Wounderfull
It's an exclusive club :D
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Back from roadtrip with C60. More pics later.

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C60 Orange today

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Wearing this lovely today :D
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