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It feels like CW is going deep to the vintage inspired with the recent Aquitaine, Sandhurst, and now the Dune releases. The BelCanto and Pro300 aside. The domed Saphire seems to be played a lot recently.
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Re: Vintage

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CW dabbles in vintage from time to time, as with my Mk2 C60 Vintage. ;)

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Re: Vintage

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The C65 line has largely been more vintage inspired since the hand wound Diver models. The variations on the theme appeal to me but they don’t suit all. For the military line, certainly the Sandhurst and Cranwell follow the inspiration pretty closely, though with a CW spin.
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Re: Vintage

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thomcat00 wrote: Sat Jan 28, 2023 11:29 pm CW dabbles in vintage from time to time, as with my Mk2 C60 Vintage. ;)

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Didn't know they did the new font style logo on the Vintage. New as in before the swish only!
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