CWL of the day

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C7 Bluebird for this morning.

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C65 Trident Classic for the afternoon and evening.

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C9 FLE for work today.

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MiniMpi wrote:C9 FLE for work today.

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Nice photo of a nice watch - I wonder if I would keep it now I'm into handwind movements? Might still be too big though.

Glad to see it on you though :thumbup:
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Thanks Mark ;)
Starting to use it for work recently as it suits the role and looks well.
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My C8 MkI on a new CWL Tan strap which goes really well (at least I think so)

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That strap suits it very well I think Guy 8) :clap:
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MiniMpi wrote:That strap suits it very well I think Guy 8) :clap:
Thanks Ferg.

Its meant for the C8, although I've actually bought it to go with my incoming (yet to arrive) C11 MSL Vintage; so I thought I'd wear it in in advance. I will likely try it on my Makaira Elite as well at some stage.

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MiniMpi wrote:C65 Trident Classic for the afternoon and evening.

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MiniMpi wrote:C9 FLE for work today.

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Bloody hell Ferg, did you have an overnight dust storm there or something?
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Tetlee wrote:
MiniMpi wrote:C65 Trident Classic for the afternoon and evening.

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MiniMpi wrote:C9 FLE for work today.

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Bloody hell Ferg, did you have an overnight dust storm there or something?
:lol: :clap:

Two different locations ;)
First photo, C65, is at home.
Second photo, C9 FLE, is at work with VERY DIRTY windows lol :)
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MiniMpi wrote:C65 Trident Classic for the afternoon and evening.

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Kind of in love with this one.
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I cannot comment on every post, so I would just like to thank everyone for their contributions to this and the Non CW of the day thread.

The odd one may not be quite my cup of tea but there is not a bad watch in there and I appreciate the time and effort that everyone takes the time to take and upload their photos, especially those who are on holiday and on functions!

Thanks to all and keep em coming!

(These and the SOTC threads have me both drooling and ashamed on equal measure!)
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JimN11 wrote:
MiniMpi wrote:C65 Trident Classic for the afternoon and evening.
Kind of in love with this one.
You won't regret one of these, definitely my favourite of my collection.
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I don't think I've posted a watch pic yet.... Since the C7 was on my wrist I figured why not?

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Back to work today, it's the C8 Mk II for me.

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