CWL of the day

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I am just totally loving this version of the Trident 600m and I'll have to get one.
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I went awfully black with a C11 Black Manta. Where does the name Black Manta come from?

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C60 Trident Red FLE for today.

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A classic Ferg :thumbup: :thumbup:
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First time I've posted on this particular thread. If I keep accumulating CW watches at the current rate, it might become a daily occurrence :)

This arrived yesterday - fitted with a Hirsch natural rally strap in black and white (or black and neutral, if the truth be told)

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C7 Bluebird finally back on my wrist after getting the springbar sorted at my Jewellers.
I missed it loads !

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Looks good Ferg. Glad you got it sorted.

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MiniMpi wrote:C7 Bluebird finally back on my wrist after getting the springbar sorted at my Jewellers.
I missed it loads !

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Love that Bluebird, beautiful shade of blue!
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At home recovering for surgery. It's a beautiful, warm day to be home from work! Decided to stick a tan NATO on the Mk I GMT just for kicks, I think it works alright.

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ciclismosam wrote:At home recovering for surgery. It's a beautiful, warm day to be home from work! Decided to stick a tan NATO on the Mk I GMT just for kicks, I think it works alright.
Sound like a good combination; Tan NATO with orange dot GMT (although hard to see in the photo) :clap:

Will you be at home for long?

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Still got my yellow strapped Elite on today. Lighter watch and comfortable, airy strap is great for the warmer weather.

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PS> photo from yesterday.

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Bahnstormer_vRS wrote:
ciclismosam wrote:At home recovering for surgery. It's a beautiful, warm day to be home from work! Decided to stick a tan NATO on the Mk I GMT just for kicks, I think it works alright.
Sound like a good combination; Tan NATO with orange dot GMT (although hard to see in the photo) :clap:

Will you be at home for long?

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I really do like the tan/orange combo! And this is my second of three days at home. (iphone camera never makes the difference between bright and dark very easy) ;)
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MiniMpi wrote:
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Great shot sir :clap:
I agree, a cracking photo of the now classic Trident.
Thank you.
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This just in from the entirely decent F1 colin. Would appreciate thoughts on the various strap options I have posted in the Straps section. Ta
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