CWL of the day

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My C20 for work today. Love the dial on this watch and overall design. But really dislike how flat it sits on my wrist and how the ends just out due to the bracelet not curving down enough to hug my wrists properly.

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C600 on black NATO
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BTW Ferg glad 09 is still going strong!
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omegaaddict wrote:My C20 for work today. Love the dial on this watch and overall design. But really dislike how flat it sits on my wrist and how the ends just out due to the bracelet not curving down enough to hug my wrists properly.

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I know what you mean, was the reason I sold mine in the end. Beautiful watch but I was never quite happy with how it sat on my wrist, not ideal for us slimmer wristed folk.
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ddav wrote:C600 on black NATO
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BTW Ferg glad 09 is still going strong!
Snap, apart from dial colour. No photo just now though as phone is on charge, maybe later if I get to it. Such a great watch the C600.
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Commiserations to those who are working today.

I'm just finishing a lunchtime sandwich at home.

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ddav wrote:C600 on black NATO
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BTW Ferg glad 09 is still going strong!
Looking good ;)
Cheers Nick, it's in good hands mate.
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C6 Kingfisher for tonight's night shift.

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C8f or today...

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Following on the theme, My C10 Aviator for tonight's night shift.

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Took this away with me for the long weekend were it survived both a wedding and a day at the beach.

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Tetlee wrote:
omegaaddict wrote:My C20 for work today. Love the dial on this watch and overall design. But really dislike how flat it sits on my wrist and how the ends just out due to the bracelet not curving down enough to hug my wrists properly.

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I know what you mean, was the reason I sold mine in the end. Beautiful watch but I was never quite happy with how it sat on my wrist, not ideal for us slimmer wristed folk.
Only thing I dislike about the C20 is how the crown pushes in my wrist, almost leaving a permanent spot on my hand.
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That is exactly why I sold mine as well!

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james80 wrote:Took this away with me for the long weekend were it survived both a wedding and a day at the beach.

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Great photo and good to see the classic black James. I assume that you know, but you appear to have lost your pip! :(
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