CWL of the day

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I'll not bother posting another pic as it's my only Christopher Ward watch, so C3 today ....

I will get another shortly if someone replies to my WTB ad.

Or I can afford a C60 GMT or a C700 as I quite like them as well.
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My first but not my last CWL. :lol:

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As it's a Forum LE day.


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Same thoughts as DSHall but will go for a different FLE
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androo wrote:Same thoughts as DSHall but will go for a different FLE
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Very envious of that one Androo.
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DSHall wrote:
androo wrote:Same thoughts as DSHall but will go for a different FLE
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Very envious of that one Androo.
If you ever see one come up for sale buy first think later. I did but have no regrets. Gorgeous watch and the most complimented one I own
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androo wrote:
DSHall wrote:
androo wrote:Same thoughts as DSHall but will go for a different FLE
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Very envious of that one Androo.
If you ever see one come up for sale buy first think later. I did but have no regrets. Gorgeous watch and the most complimented one I own
That's my normal approach to buying! Lol.
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Same here but when I saw it I already had spent out for the month. Had to live on toast. Amazing how versitile toast can be. Even managed a 3 course meal in toast. 8)
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androo wrote:Had to live on toast. Amazing how versitile toast can be. Even managed a 3 course meal in toast. 8)
The mind boggles. Anyway.

Gold and quartz. Probably the most hated combination on the forum. But I like it and the tool aspect of the C4 makes it less dressy and the blue dial is stunning with it,

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May try it on a strap. :D
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Hope to have a mellow shift at work, so...
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Wearing my Peregrine Chrono C4SKK today, it hasn't had much wrist time since I got it.
Liking very much the blue dial of Mr Ian Blyth's Peregrine C4, above - hadn't seen that model before - not sure about the gold though.
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JAG wrote:
DSHall wrote:As it's a Forum LE day.


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KIP Mr DSHall has a FLE but it,s not on his Profile as the badge of honour & pride Image. Are we slipping or is 1 just really really busy :lol: :lol: .
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Wearing this today to break in the new maratac strap Image
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Clarky wrote:Wearing this today to break in the new maratac strap Image
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I should have bought one of these. Lovely piece.