CWL of the day

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C3 PVD (old photo) today

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New C20. First time on the wrist: it came with the steel bracelet, but I fancied a leather strap for a change. Wera sourced one for me. Just switched it.
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theaub wrote:New C20. First time on the wrist: it came with the steel bracelet, but I fancied a leather strap for a change. Wera sourced one for me. Just switched it.
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Looks great. How did you find the process of swapping the bracelet for the leather strap? (I'm thinking of doing the same for my C2 FLE.)
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Thanks Welshlad. I managed to get the one spring bar out quite easily but the other one was a real pain. Eventually I popped to my local watch repair man since I had to put a new battery in my wife's Seiko. He got it out for me. The easy part is putting the new strap on; if you can wangle out the bracelet spring bar it's a cinch. Mine just wouldn't come free. Mind you, I didn't use a Bergeon: remedied that by buying one.
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FLE Friday.

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theaub wrote:Thanks Welshlad. I managed to get the one spring bar out quite easily but the other one was a real pain. Eventually I popped to my local watch repair man since I had to put a new battery in my wife's Seiko. He got it out for me. The easy part is putting the new strap on; if you can wangle out the bracelet spring bar it's a cinch. Mine just wouldn't come free. Mind you, I didn't use a Bergeon: remedied that by buying one.
Thanks. I may try to work up enough courage to try this over the weekend! :problem:
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C10 Aviator for tonight and tomorrow night's night shifts.
Lovely day out at the moment.

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Well time to show off my new Bad Boy, links taken out of the Bracelet to fit, Lovely Jubbly :D

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Going green today (sorry for the crap photo)

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Korkki wrote:Going green today (sorry for the crap photo)

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Nice, first green one in the CWOTD thread?
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Nice to see some C60s, today!
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My (non forum) LE for Friday; during the day at least

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MarkyB wrote:Well time to show off my new Bad Boy, links taken out of the Bracelet to fit, Lovely Jubbly :D

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My GMT says hello to yours.

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Just finished adjusting my bracelet. A*F & Bergeon tools worked a treat :thumbup:

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