CWL of the day

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Thanks James, very quickly taken by my humble HTC One mobile phone camera.
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MiniMpi wrote:Thanks James, very quickly taken by my humble HTC One mobile phone camera.
Doesn't look quickly taken, I like the sense of movement of the balance wheel.
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Delighted at how well it turned out mate.
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C61 on a brown perlon strap today (brown belt, brown shoes, brown strap; orange socks, orange jumper, orange C61==> meds please :lol:):

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Black, black, black, black & white 8)

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Battle of Britain commemorative watch in German car, ironic?

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C6 Kingfisher for today.

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kevin_b1 wrote:Battle of Britain commemorative watch in German car, ironic?

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Korkki wrote:Black, black, black, black & white 8)

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Looks great Korkki.

I got mine in the sale but I was not allowed it until my birthday on Thursday, I've had it on since.
I have been looking for a black watch and a two sub chrono for a long time, so two boxes ticked in one go there. I am not into the aviation side of things personally and I get the criticisms about no running seconds and dials eating into numbers but I think this is so impressive. It wears a little smaller than you might think, the case feels and looks so good and I love the dial. Even the strap is superb - excellent FVM.

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Funny but I love the fact it does not have running seconds. That is what makes the watch somehow so peaceful or something.

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The rather rare blacked dial C2.

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Bahnstormer_vRS wrote:C8 MkI for today

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Bahnstormer_vRS wrote:
kevin_b1 wrote:Battle of Britain commemorative watch in German car, ironic?

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I've spent the day at a Motorsport Seminar with this bad boy. I've seen some nice wrist candy on some of the other delegates.

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