CWL of the day

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finally arrived and on the wrist!

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omegaaddict wrote:finally arrived and on the wrist!
Sweet !! :)
Enjoy it mate, it looks fantastic.
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C60 Trident Black Bezel for an extra shift today covering Reception.

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smegwina wrote:And yet another from the 'unloved and not worn for ages' box that I am giving a second chance to impress me.

Must admit, I am rather enjoying this one again!

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I must get one of these....... 8)
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MiniMpi wrote:
smegwina wrote:And yet another from the 'unloved and not worn for ages' box that I am giving a second chance to impress me.

Must admit, I am rather enjoying this one again!

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I must get one of these....... 8)
Wearing it again last night, I realised what a fantastic watch it is!

(Still wore the Monster again during the day. That is 6 weeks now!)
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I don't have a Forum LE (yet) to be able to join the Friday FLE thread, but thought an ordinary CWL LE would be appropriate here

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C6 Kingfisher for today & tomorrow.

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For FLE Friday. :thumbup: :thumbup:


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Mr Rick wrote:For FLE Friday. :thumbup: :thumbup:


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A fabulous photo.

That is either a huge watch, or a teeny, tiny scooter! ;)
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I been wearing my Rapide Mk2 all day, lovely watch but I don't wear it enough.
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MiniMpi wrote:
smegwina wrote:And yet another from the 'unloved and not worn for ages' box that I am giving a second chance to impress me.

Must admit, I am rather enjoying this one again!

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I must get one of these....... 8)
Really makes me miss my Ti Elite..... :rain:
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I took this out to my workshop a few months back to polish a scratch off it... and forgot about it! Slightly embarrassing :)
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C3 today

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