CWL of the day

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Love how the reflection from the bezel picks up the pattern from the leather! I wonder if they could replicate this texture in the production process? I'm really lusting for the new GMT more and more everyday, it's next on my list...
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What model of watch is this please?
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This for me this afternoon.

She's gained 12 seconds over 40 hours.

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CWL - C60 Trident Pro ~ Orange Bezel - C60-TRI-SKCSI
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MiniMpi wrote:
vikingdrvr wrote:but it's taken days to catch up on the forum...would have taken even longer had I read every post :lol:
:shock: you mean you didn't read EVERY post ??!!! :lol:

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Trident Classic in the rain, brightens my day...
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cosracer wrote:What model of watch is this please?
You mean the post above yours which states C10 Aviator Mk I?
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Switched to my C8 MkI to watch the Rugby and for this evening

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ianblyth wrote:
cosracer wrote:What model of watch is this please?
You mean the post above yours which states C10 Aviator Mk I?
No I was trying to reply to a picture of the watch I was referring to
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Bahnstormer_vRS wrote:Switched to my C8 MkI to watch the Rugby and for this evening

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May I ask how you find this watch wears on the wrist, does it feel too big ? Also do you have any pictures of this at night to show the lume, I am considering this model for myself so any information would be appreciated, thanks
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tikkathree wrote:
bobbubka wrote:Image


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And now you're doing that "I'm not really driving along one handed, taking a photo of my left hand not quite holding the steering wheel, with my mobile phone in my right hand" thing.

At least it looks like you're running onto the grass and not the car in the inside lane :lol: :lol: :lol:

You're getting used to the strap?
What model of watch is this please?
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asqwerth wrote:I must say the Trident looks very good on the black leather nato.


Wearing this today, and I actually bothered to set the date! :D

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What model of watch is this please?
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Sea60 wrote:Image

Trident Classic in the rain, brightens my day...
Just fabulous :)
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C9 FLE for my last night shift of the week :

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