CWL of the day

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Re: CWL of the day

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jellywobbles wrote:
Andyshall wrote:Image

Try out a more rugged look for the C1000
Looks really great!

I just got my C1000 on Wednesday this week and am finding the strap hard work (I am sure it will get softer as I wear it more). I love the watch though - it screams out QUALITY! ;)

Can you tell me where you got that strap from?

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Looks like a Para NATO to me, from Steveo Straps.

I have one for my C8 MkI

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Got my C11 Makaira Elite set aside to wear for work today

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C65 SWS for today :)
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Haven't worn this for a while...needs a couple of days on the wrist.
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Popped this C61 on, and it started to rain :(

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Looking great Steve & Dave ;)
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C9 FLE for today with my freshly made crepe style pancakes with bacon and maple syrup in the background.

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Nice one Ferg, and you are making me feel "HUNGARY" :lol:

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Looks great Ferg. Don't eat the watch and wear the pancake, will you?
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Winnie Bloo wrote:Nice one Ferg, and you are making me feel "HUNGARY" :lol:

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Very funny, Dave!
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Nice one guys !! :D
They were savage, which is excellent in Cork speak :)
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Been wearing this today

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Re: CWL of the day

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New to me C5 Mk2 Aviator
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Needs new strap and a few more dings and scratches on the case and bezel than I'd have liked.
I'm liking the uncluttered dial and the numbers that are either black or silver depending on the light.
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put my FLE back on its bracelet.

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