WatchGecko and CW collab?

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Re: WatchGecko and CW collab?

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Noush wrote: Sat Nov 12, 2022 10:06 am It's a new variation of the C65 for sure.
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Re: WatchGecko and CW collab?

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Well they have the Sandhurst case, Lindsey :)
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Exactly. Would be a sin not to put it to some further use! :D
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From the first picture Guy posted it looks like it has a twisty bezel so I doubt it is the 38. That would require quite a bit of work and expenditure to add a rotating bezel to the other case. My guess is it will be 41.
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Spotted on Facebook this evening;-

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Very excited to see this!

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Looks like an Admiralty Blue Aquitaine. That should sell pretty well I would think. I am thinking a slightly different blue to the current version with a matte dial. WatchGecko likes their military inspired watches.
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Fifty pieces, only! I suspect these will go quickly.
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I look forward to this. I’d like to see the acquitaine in a different colour. I certainly don’t need another ‘blue’ but a mix of colours might be worth a go - if I’m quick enough…..
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It's now live on the WatchGecko website.
It also states " limited to 50 pieces, each individually numbered for our first production batch" so there could be more on the way if the first batch sells out quickly.
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Very nice indeed. Certainly the best Aquataine for me
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yeah, i like that
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Love it! especially it's a no-date, but will it have a ghost position on the crown?
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Fab! That’s such a fresh unique design. Great collaboration. :thumbup:
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Interview with Mike France discussing the collaboration.

https://youtu.be/Yk9gMCn1Nk4