CWL of the day

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Honkylips wrote:Brightened things up on the C60 now that we are seeing sunshine and summer weather finally around here.
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^^^^^^ That looks the nuts ! ^^^^^^
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Divers do look good on red Natos
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Day off work. A morning walk and now watching the Hobbit with the C11 on it's new strap.
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Strap changed for the afternoon

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nbg wrote:Day off work. A morning walk and now watching the Hobbit with the C11 on it's new strap.

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Great combo Neil. :clap:

You've matched the indices/hands colour to the stitching on the strap very well indeed. :thumbup:

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Bahnstormer_vRS wrote:
nbg wrote:Day off work. A morning walk and now watching the Hobbit with the C11 on it's new strap.

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Great combo Neil. :clap:

You've matched the indices/hands colour to the stitching on the strap very well indeed. :thumbup:

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Thanks Guy. When I ordered the strap from WatchGecko I thought it would match, but you never really know until it arrives. I also managed to match the shirt with the watch/strap, which is very rare for me. :lol:

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C10 Aviator for my night shift that I'm currently on.

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Been spending far too much time looking at this today:
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I can see why Paul :)
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C10 Aviator for my last shift of the week tonight.

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MiniMpi wrote:C10 Aviator for my night shift that I'm currently on.

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Blow the watch Ferg, I'm always pleased to see that shirt!
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Paul Drawmer wrote:
MiniMpi wrote:C10 Aviator for my night shift that I'm currently on.
Blow the watch Ferg, I'm always pleased to see that shirt!
Why Thank you sir :) :)
It's one of my favourites which I may wear for an important occasion this Saturday....