CWL of the day

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Andyshall wrote:Image

Try out a more rugged look for the C1000
It works 8)

How is the height off the wrist with that fabric NATO?
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Good point Lee, the fabric is not that thick but it does make it a little higher off the wrist. I am going to see how it goes for a couple of days but I may well cut off the additional section runs under the watch. It's really comfortable though.
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Here we are on Valentine's Day - time has come to show "Mrs Winnie" the Green Trident......
after the Elephant has revealed the Coral in Gold & White - "that's no problem" :thumbup: ...
Oh did I mention a C61 arrived this week too?????? :lol:

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MiniMpi wrote:My C9 FLE today for visiting London :)
My girlfriend's W8 Matisse IPK LE #01/30 !!

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Thanks Mark :)
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Some bedtime reading after dinner...

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It's a gorgeous Sunday time for the Malvern to get a run out it's been a while.

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It has the Bader buckle attached which makes for a comfortable fit and is totally unobtrusive.
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Snap.

Just switched my C3 MkI Chrono onto a Stowa Vintage Aviator strap. Really quite like it.

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C60 Trident Black Bezel MK1 for my trip home to Ireland.
On its new bracelet I bought from Gradie which CWL fitted and sized for me for free :)
I think the watch looks brilliant now on the bracelet.

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My lovely C65 SWS for today and most days since I picked it up last Friday :)

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Having changed the strap on my Speedhawk at the weekend, to a lovely reddish brown Alligator (from a C4 Peregrine), I've worn it for the last two days

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My second CWL, got this one from a forum member on WUS. Swapped out the strap for one of my leather from crown & buckle and a zulu. I'm just too skinny for the stock strap. Happy with this one, and it should scratch the itch I've had for a pilot watch for a while.

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I'm loving that Makaira stefs :)