Let my watch wind down!

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Re: Let my watch wind down!

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mikepj wrote:This looks to be the same bracelet as the C20 (generic) bracelet that I purchased a short while ago (well, last year :D )

The bracelet looks great on the C700 as this watch has a polished case rather than the brushed finish of the C20.
It is the same style bracelet for the C20. I like the old one better as far as the finish is concerned. I think I will brush mine for the C20 at some point. :)
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Thanks Kip,

That was fast! Just what I thought. The shoulder is form fitted solid just as are all the links. High quality bracelet indeed. Was it easy to mount?
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Russ-Shettle wrote:Thanks Kip,

Was it easy to mount?
I found it very easy to mount.......but then again I am used to doing these. :lol:

Seriously...I don't think you will have any difficulty. If you do...try my technique.
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Re: Let my watch wind down!

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It's definitely a bracelet kind of watch, really nice.
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Great picture Kip, A very balanced & beautiful watch.

New bracelet is lovely and suits it well. :thumbup:
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Re: Let my watch wind down!

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Yes... I can't wait :cuinlove: