CWL of the day

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Paul Drawmer wrote:This was a great value watch. I like the positioning of the date window and the style of the second hand.
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Very nice indeed Paul.

Interesting to see the lume dot on the second hand and position of the date window have been brought back on the new C60s.

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One on the right earlier as I was in hospital/work. One on the left right now (first time since the Speedy landed), not going to lie the Speedy will be on for the evening.

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C20 today.

An observation. Not worn this for 5 days and when worn its a consistant -4 spd. 5 days on the winder and its now +10 secs.
The observation is......my winder has been more active than me over past 5 days. :lol:


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C11 on NATO day today.

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Old pic but the classic C60 Trident.
Date window in a nice offset position to wind up OCD people. :lol: And easier to read at a glance.
Round dots instead of batons.
Metal bezel instead of ceramic that always looked to me like plastic.

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Looks great Ian ;)
I was thinking of selling my black bezel Trident and getting a Trident 600 but I may keep the classic black bezel and get the Trident 600 as well.
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MiniMpi wrote:Looks great Ian ;)
get the Trident 600 as well.
Now that's a plan.
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ianblyth wrote:Old pic but the classic C60 Trident.
Date window in a nice offset position to wind up OCD people. :lol: And easier to read at a glance.
Round dots instead of batons.
Metal bezel instead of ceramic that always looked to me like plastic.

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jakejacob0 wrote:Where the strap from?
I think it was from
http://stores.ebay.co.uk/Seiko150m-shop ... 34.c0.m322
or from
http://stores.ebay.co.uk/GoodCheapMan-W ... 34.c0.m322

I have had mesh from both these sellers.

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.....and only just noticed the date is wrong :(


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This today at last did not think i was going to like the all brushed look but is very understated and delightful. :)
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chrisw wrote:Image
This today at last did not think i was going to like the all brushed look but is very understated and delightful. :)
That looks sooooo good !
Can't wait to collect mine next month.