Non CW of the Day

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Non CW of the Day

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Hadn't worn this in a couple of weeks.

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@ Dancematt & Viognier : Merci Messieurs... :2thumbs:


@ Gwells : Great watch :thumbup:
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gwells wrote:Hadn't worn this in a couple of weeks.

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This one's really growing on me :D

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Been testing out my resiliance to big, chunky diver watches...

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It's been a while but giving the Yachtmaster some wrist time again.....
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Viognier wrote:
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tartine.74........absolutely brilliant photo !! One of the best from 2014.
I wholeheartedly agree ;)
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downer wrote:Been testing out my resiliance to big, chunky diver watches...
you can do it. important to go for graduated exposure - add a millimetre at a time (to width or height, but not at the same time), and take slow calm breaths with each change to maintain your composure.

you'll get to Hublot-size soon, and the options for your collection will be bust wide open! :lol:
watching you fail in your quest for a “one watch” has been great entertainment
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missF wrote:
downer wrote:Been testing out my resiliance to big, chunky diver watches...
you can do it. important to go for graduated exposure - add a millimetre at a time (to width or height, but not at the same time), and take slow calm breaths with each change to maintain your composure.

you'll get to Hublot-size soon, and the options for your collection will be bust wide open! :lol:
It may be that I'm doing this journey in reverse (story of my life)...

In the past I owned this beast:

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:lol:
watching you fail in your quest for a “one watch” has been great entertainment
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Legend diver today. 8)

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Lust....... ^^^
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downer wrote:
missF wrote:
downer wrote:Been testing out my resiliance to big, chunky diver watches...
you can do it. important to go for graduated exposure - add a millimetre at a time (to width or height, but not at the same time), and take slow calm breaths with each change to maintain your composure.

you'll get to Hublot-size soon, and the options for your collection will be bust wide open! :lol:
It may be that I'm doing this journey in reverse (story of my life)...

In the past I owned this beast:

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WOW! That is chunky. Would that sit higher than the C900??
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Tried all these on in Palm Springs. Surprisingly the Tudor BB Blue was the pick of the three. Zenith sat very high on the wrist.
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Viognier wrote:

WOW! That is chunky. Would that sit higher than the C900??
Boschett claimed the case height was 16.5mm, which is the same as my Supermarine. Gotta say the Boschett felt far taller than that. I think the C900 is only 15mm or so...
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