Non CW of the Day

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Re: Non-CW of the Day

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Dancematt wrote:
Peteo wrote:
I gotta say, Dancematt, I really like this watch. It's way too big for me, but I really do like it a lot.
Shes a big girl for sure (although only slightly more than your ordered Magrette?) but shes got a lovely face and she loves water sports so i couldn't part ways.
By the numbers, they are about the same. I'm a little concerned about the Magrette, but Dion says that "it's too big" is enough of a reason to return it. So I should be okay. Plus, as much as I like the Orient, I've already got a yellow faced diver that I'm plenty happy with. There are other holes in the collection to fill. :D
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Re: Non-CW of the Day

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Mr Rick wrote:Image

Liking this 1 Rick, the strap suits it perfectly.


W.O.S Seafarer today and for the last time, as its now going into the (for sale) pot :(

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Re: Non-CW of the Day

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footycrazy wrote:
Mr Rick wrote:Image

Liking this 1 Rick, the strap suits it perfectly.


W.O.S Seafarer today and for the last time, as its now going into the (for sale) pot :(

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Really like this one, what is it like? ..... I mean the laguna
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Ask Mr Rick ????? :)
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I've sent you a PM mabotham.
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Nice. I think this is my favourite of your B'lings. :)
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downer wrote:Nice. I think this is my favourite of your B'lings.
And if it was 42mm instead of 44mm and 300m WR instead of 3000m (very thick sapphire and body - lower WR would thin it down and who needs 3000m anyway :? ) it would be perfect. 8) Certainly a very easy to read dial.
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Today...

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Re: Non-CW of the Day

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Divers are in today apparently!

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Re: Non-CW of the Day

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You are not wrong there Rob....

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