Non CW of the Day

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^^^^^^ looks good welshlad^^^^^^
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welshlad wrote:A new strap for the White Solo today, picked up in the CWL Sale, which I think goes quite well...
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Looks fantastic!

Great minds think alike, I bought a couple of these for the mbii and the alt1-p. For the price, you could not go wrong!
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Busy day and a comfortable watch.

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Bit of gardening today with the Oris

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welshlad wrote:A new strap for the White Solo today, picked up in the CWL Sale, which I think goes quite well...
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Stunning! But in honesty I think that watch would look amazing with pretty much any strap you could throw at it.

I'm going to buy one myself a Solo for my 50th(10 years to get saving :lol:).
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welshlad wrote:A new strap for the White Solo today, picked up in the CWL Sale, which I think goes quite well...
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Very nice, but I still think soft brown suede leather looks best on this one. Something like this:

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JFColeman wrote:Bit of gardening today with the Oris

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Sorry JFC but you're photograph is intriguing me.

Is that really your garden and why the pole that seems to have be a red cross on it?

It doesn't look like a graveyard.

Nice Oris by the way.

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scooter wrote:
JFColeman wrote:Bit of gardening today with the Oris

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Sorry JFC but you're photograph is intriguing me.

Is that really your garden and why the pole that seems to have be a red cross on it?

It doesn't look like a graveyard.

Nice Oris by the way.

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It's a split garden separated by a bit of garden and the pole is a flag pole with a St. George's cross on it. And, how do you know about the graveyard under the garden?... :silent:
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Thanks JFC.

In that case it's a pretty spectacular garden. My wife, an avid gardener, would love that.

Careful what you dig up though!

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Doxa 1200T Searambler today for a hard day's night out with the evergreen Alan Titchmarsh (it's a work thing, not choice thing) :lol:

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Thanks for the comments on the Solo strap everyone. It wears well too as it is a lot thinner than the Bremont straps, which is important for the chunky Bremont case. The Bremont straps are a bit too chunky to wear under a cuff...for me at least.

John - thanks for the heads-up on the suede strap. I will look into that.
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My first full day with the Fortis Flieger, wore it last night and the lume is amazing..

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Lego wrote:My first full day with the Fortis Flieger, wore it last night and the lume is amazing..

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welshlad wrote:Thanks for the comments on the Solo strap everyone. It wears well too as it is a lot thinner than the Bremont straps, which is important for the chunky Bremont case. The Bremont straps are a bit too chunky to wear under a cuff...for me at least.

John - thanks for the heads-up on the suede strap. I will look into that.
.. . but what did you do with the pvd buckle on the CWL strap?

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Bahnstormer_vRS wrote:.. . but what did you do with the pvd buckle on the CWL strap?

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I replaced it with the Bremont deployant clasp and put it in my box of spares. I haven't got a pvd watch so I guess it'll never get used, so if anyone wants it just PM me...
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