CWL of the day

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I love that dial Steve.
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That GMT is a superb watch.
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Thank you both. I love it. It is very light sensitive though. In some lights it is brilliant but in others, almost unreadable. I wish it had darker hands. In the right light, it is beyond lovely!
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My C20 shared vacation duties with my Halios Tropik B during our recent trip to Cebu and Palawan in the Philippines: 8)

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Got my new Makaira 2 days ago, finally allowed to wear my birthday present!

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Been wearing this a lot lately.
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^^^ I can see why !
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Nice watch Andyshall!

Mine is on today too.

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C65 Trident Classic for today.

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magicman wrote:
malvern_man wrote:This one again for me this afternoon.

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Hi, do you find the bezel winder easy enough to access, wearing it on your right wrist ? Only asking because Chris Ward told me it would be relatively easy to reposition the winders if required. I wonder if anyone has had it done ?

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Hi Steve,

If I bend my hand/wrist forward then yes I can still use the bezel crown with my left hand.

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Rainy Friday

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Sector Saturday

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