CWL of the day

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Got a black Retrosicuro buckle for my Isofrane. Now it matches perfectly with CW's first serious dive watch, the C600 Tri-Tech Elite.. 500m depth rating and in the best dial colour. :thumbup:

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Put my fle on a carbon fiber i originally had for my speedy. Even though i dont think it's the perfect strap for the watch it fits and looks a lot better than the original CW in my opinion. Loving the watch now

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the C8 for today :D

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stefs wrote:Some great photos guys. Sometimes forget how many really nice watches cw have produced and clarky and asqwerth.... Your pics really make me miss my mk1 and 2 aviators. Both brilliant watches
You are so right. I love mine

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Wearing my C5A Mk I today.
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Flying off to (more)
Christmas
Carols in the
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Good old reliable c600.




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^That's the true CW "Sunshine"(sunburst dial just makes it pop!). Love my black/green C600 but would kill to have a yellow aswell. If only the CW FLE Sunshine was C600 cased(in steel would have given it a new look) I'd have been all over it! Sadly the C60 classic case does nothing for me.
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C7 Bluebird for our break away in Ballygarry House Hotel in Tralee for Louise's Birthday treat.
C6 Kingfisher for the spa later on.

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Chilling out in the lovely drawing room at the moment.

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bspj wrote:Flying off to (more)
Christmas
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Cotswolds.
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I'm 'flying' too but with a Motorsport contradiction

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I always loved the look of the C8 MK1 Cream Dial Guy.
My friend might sell his so I might jump for it at some point.
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A chilly day out shopping at Liverpool One.Image

(yes, just noticed I haven't changed the date)

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Great photo of the Bluebird Mike.