CWL of the day

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This has been my contribution to FLE Friday today...
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A bird of prey on my wrist today

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Korkki wrote:A bird of prey on my wrist today

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Nice one Korkki, particularly with the original style bracelet.

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The all black C3 PVD with the black bracelet today.

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Truly the Darth Vader of the C3's :clap: :clap:

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C7 today

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C7 Bluebird for my last day off.

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What is the exact model of this watch please as I want a cream dial watch at some point, thanks
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cosracer wrote:What is the exact model of this watch please as I want a cream dial watch at some point, thanks
Which watch do you mean ?
Is it Korkki's C7 ?
If so this has been out of production for a good few years and is very rare.
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The C8 from vikingdrvr's post number 7905
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cosracer wrote:The C8 from vikingdrvr's post number 7905
vikingdrvr wrote:the C8 for today :D

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If you mean this one it is the C8 Mk I - C8SWT.
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Yes that is exactly the right one
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C3 MkI for this afternoon

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