CWL of the day

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Day 2 with the C8

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Just received this from andyg fantastic watch pics do not do it justice


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smegwina wrote:
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! :(
Thanks mate, I had noticed and decided not to send it back due to the time away and possibility of having to pay tax and vat again when it came back. Since then the bezel action has become very imprecise with a lot of back play so I think I have o send it back.

Oh well at least it came out of the ocean with the bezel still on!
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kiter65 wrote:Just received this from andyg fantastic watch pics do not do it justice


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Indeed, they're the unloved colour variant here but I think the black/green C600 is a cracker of a watch. Enjoy it :thumbup:
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Nice, I didn't know CWL had a tritium tube watch.
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C60 Trident Red FLE for yesterday, my 'lucky watch' for an important day for me, fingers crossed...

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Wearing my C11 Titanium Elite for today on its new Brady strap.

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That's a damn smart strap on that Elite Ferg :thumbup:

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Winnie Bloo wrote:That's a damn smart strap on that Elite Ferg :thumbup:

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C6 Kingfisher on the Makaira rubber strap for a mammoth first grass cutting day of the year...
I may be gone some time.....................................

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I need to put a polarising filter on to kill the reflections
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I always liked the C8 Vintage Paul, tried one on at CWL and its fabulous.
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Ferg, I guess you'll be waiting for the dew to dry off the grass!

Following up on the 'favourite feature' thread - I'm attempting to capture the C8 vintage 'stealth dot' where the second hand just disappears black on black.
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Very dull today so can't wait for the dew to go, bloody soaking it is :(
Nice touch ref the dial.
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MiniMpi wrote:Very dull today so can't wait for the dew to go, bloody soaking it is :(
Nice touch ref the dial.
Pain in the rear end trying to cut grass, especially when it's long.

This classic for me today....

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