CWL of the day

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Drooling here.......would love one of these :thumbup: 8)
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C11 vintage on new Hirsch Buffalo strap!

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Seems to be the C11 day

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MGH wrote:Image

C11 vintage on new Hirsch Buffalo strap!

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kevin_b1 wrote:Seems to be the C11 day

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Wot is the collective noun? Perhaps a CELEBRATION of C11s?
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kevin_b1 wrote:Seems to be the C11 day

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C10 Aviator for today.

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Old pic, but my cream aviator today:

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I sometimes wonder why I need other watches when I wear my C5s.
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Lazy day for me, spot of reading then out for a walk and a pint later.
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Put the C60 on the Nato that came with my Tudor BBR...

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There's a dog's dinner in this photo but it's not on my wrist!

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C11 Titanium Elite for today.

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I shelved the "Blue Bay" because it is just too easy to damage watches in my line of work, and I would have a coronary if a customer's clumsily handled rusty musket put a scratch on it (something that is not without precedent; a careless seller once dropped a rusty old shotshell loading press on our conference table and gave a glancing, finish ruining blow to my watch bezel - the Hamilton Navy Regatta Chronograph that I have posted pictures of in the past will be pictured no longer. The wastrel soon discovered how ultraviolet with rage I was and left without making a sale). Thankfully, my trusty, faithful, and remarkably un-damaged C60 leapt to the wrist this morning, eager to perform its duties. It's like a "Charcoal Labrador". :D

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C70 BRG earlier today

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With the rain and wind forecast for tomorrow I have lined up my C11 Makaira Elite

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