CWL of the day

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Re: CWL of the day

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Blast from the past....

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Re: CWL of the day

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tartine.74 wrote:Hé hé hé...

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That's not a diver's watch. What are you doing Nicolas?!

Look lovely, though! :)
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CWL of the day

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Mortis wrote:
tartine.74 wrote:Hé hé hé...

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That's not a diver's watch. What are you doing Nicolas?!

Look lovely, though! :)
Maybe he has to fly to dive sites? 
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DSHall wrote:
Mortis wrote:...
That's not a diver's watch. What are you doing Nicolas?!...
Maybe he has to fly to dive sites? 
Absolutely...

Today, as yesterday :

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today too...

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Mr Rick wrote:Image
Interesting strap. Could you tell us what and where?
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Wis wrote:
Mr Rick wrote:Image
Interesting strap. Could you tell us what and where?
It's a calfskin NATO from Crown & Buckle.

http://www.crownandbuckle.com/index.php

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My C8 out for a walk..
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So that's C8 and K9 together in one pic :lol:
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leelee wrote:My C8 out for a walk..
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Indeed it is! :lol:

Damn fine looking watch, by the way. K9, too. :)
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C600 today, hav'nt worn this one for a while.
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I'm wearing a C8 again... I don't wear anything else. Damn. It's the only auto I have so sometimes I wear it out of guilt in case it dies :D I don't what I'm gonna do when I have a bunch of autos (I have a list already!).
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C5 Aviator Mk I black

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Re: CWL of the day

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Today I'm wearing my Blackhawk on a new 'WatchGecko' strap:

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What do you think?

The blue seems to match the blue indices really well.

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Re: CWL of the day

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rcherryuk wrote:...a new 'WatchGecko' strap ...
Snap! on the strap...
Yours looks a bit different on the stitching though, is it a light blue.

Trying one on the C70 Ad Astra. I think the blue works with the bezel and the roundel. Would have preferred the black/blue one from the GP series with the moulded bracelet like ends but not even the wonderful Wera could tell me when (if at all) they'd be back in stock.

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