CWL of the day

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Todays offering on another new strap. This one will last a while - a Hirsch James with a leather uppet and a rubber inner - apparently good for 300 meters WR

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Back on mesh for the hot weather coming.. suppose to be 30C this weekend. C10 FLE Friday!

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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. :)
The height is 13.6mm.
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I'll be wearing this all weekend as I'm away, but on two or three Nato's (waiting on an Amiralty Grey NATO which I hope will look awesome)
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Back on the wrist now I'm not selling it, with a change to a twin roll strap.
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Just realised I've got the shirt on that I was wearing when I did the for sale pictures!
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It's stunning Paul, Enjoy it mate.
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C60 Trident Red FLE for FLE Friday :)

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MiniMpi wrote:C60 Trident Red FLE for FLE Friday :)

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I couldn't see the attraction of divers' watches. Until Chris Johnson showed me his JAG FLE.
It's a great version.
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Paul Drawmer wrote:
MiniMpi wrote:C60 Trident Red FLE for FLE Friday :)
I couldn't see the attraction of divers' watches. Until Chris Johnson showed me his JAG FLE.
It's a great version.
Divers would define be my favourite style for sure.
Thanks Paul :)
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Paul Drawmer wrote:Back on the wrist now I'm not selling it, with a change to a twin roll strap.
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Glad to hear you're keeping your C9 Chrono, Paul.

Homage to IWC Portugese; pah! :silent:

Its a 7750 Chrono with a worldwide Limited Edition of 250 (well 150 really of the silver dial) that's smart and gives you every reason to keep it! :thumbup:

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C6 Tangerine for me today, on a charcoal C60 strap with orange stitching. Winter has finally hit down under, so leather straps are in vogue in my household at the moment...
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1st work outing for my new pick-up, ah it makes me smile.



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thehalefelly wrote:Image

1st work outing for my new pick-up, ah it makes me smile.
Me too, that's a great watch!
There's always time for one more.
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gaf1958 wrote:C6 Tangerine for me today, on a charcoal C60 strap with orange stitching. Winter has finally hit down under, so leather straps are in vogue in my household at the moment...
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Old photo, 'cause I'm a lazy so and so... ;)
A great Kingfisher Gary, love the way the second hand hides the date so can be 'accurate' for today :)
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