CWL of the day

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Must admit I'm loving the shirt Ferg :clap:


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Cheers Mark ;)

Great photo of the Trident 300 mate, that strap combo works very very well.
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Bahnstormer_vRS wrote:Strap changed for the afternoon

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Have you changed it back yet Guy?
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Re: CWL of the day

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Paul Drawmer wrote:
Bahnstormer_vRS wrote:Strap changed for the afternoon

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Have you changed it back yet Guy?
Not yet; why? :? Too bright for you? :problem:

I have tweeked it slightly and rotated the buckle / fittings around, polished to match the case, so they are on the underside of my wrist, as opposed to being on the side. :thumbup:

I'm now going to leave the CWL leather strap off for the summer now (should arrive soon) and try a variety of NATOs and a couple of bracelets.

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C60 Trident Black Bezel MK1 for my first day off after a 60 hour week.

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Bahnstormer_vRS wrote:Not yet; why? :? Too bright for you? :problem:
Too bright for me Guy - good job we don't all like the same! It's interesting how the orange makes the green look more green, IYSWIM.
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C60 GMT today.
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First outing for my latest acquisition today. I really like this in 40mm form!

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Looks great. I was very tempted by this one... What's the case height?
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Congratulations Steve ! A fabulous addition to your collection.
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C11 Titanium Elite for today :)

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downer wrote:Looks great. I was very tempted by this one... What's the case height?
I will measure it accurately tonight and let you know. The batteries had gone flat in my calipers when I went to measure it last night!

However, there is no doubt that it is not slim. But the caseback sinks into the wrist a little so that makes it appear a bit slimmer (a bit like the caseback on a Speedmaster, although the JH caseback isn't as deep). On the wrist it looks really good, not too tall at all.

I love that the minute hand is so slim and precise that it is perfectly possible to assess at a glance roughly how many seconds you are through a minute, even without a second hand. :)
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welshlad wrote:First outing for my latest acquisition today. I really like this in 40mm form!

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Very nice :clap:
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