Double Italian anyone?

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Double Italian anyone?

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FYI: Small copy glitch on the C90 pages...

Features

> Swiss made
> 24 Jewel Valgranges automatic movement
> 45 hr Power Reserve meter
> Hand polished surgical-grade stainless steel case
> Multi-layered 2-piece precision dial
> See-through back plate
> 5 atm water resistant case
> Adjustable Italian Italian leather strap with easy opening butterfly clasp
> Unique engraved individual serial number
> Beautiful presentation case and owner's handbook
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I also spotted that the e was missing from the word Elan on the C3 Malvern description. Is there an error file we can put these in for CWL to read & repair the faults?
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When the new web site was rolled out, there was a thread in which a lot of small details were addressed.

I'm not sure if there is a standard procedure at present. Maybe Kip would know.
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Shoot the proof reader!
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Yoda wrote:Shoot the proof reader!
Tahts a tad hrash I tinhk but ecah to terhe own
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My idea of double Italian...

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Prego.

[So do we get either, both consecutively, or both together?]

:D
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Drmarkf wrote:Prego.

[So do we get either, both consecutively, or both together?]

:D
Split the profits, Mark. You get the Ferrari, matey...sorry! :lol:
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She looks good for some one celebrating their 64th birthday
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androo wrote:She looks good for some one celebrating their 64th birthday
Must be that Mediterranean diet that they keep talking about. :lol:
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Amor Vincit Omnia wrote:
Drmarkf wrote:Prego.

[So do we get either, both consecutively, or both together?]

:D
Split the profits, Mark. You get the Ferrari, matey...sorry! :lol:
At my age that might be advisable...
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