Non CW of the Day

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andyg wrote:8)

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^^^ have to agree. Bloody lovely.
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Yup, fabulous looking watch
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Accu-Wrist, Accu-Ankle :thumbup:

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Just this new little thing this evening...
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Excellent! Congrats.
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welshlad wrote:Just this new little thing this evening...
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Ooh I say! :shock:
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welshlad wrote:Just this new little thing this evening...
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Well done, many congratulations, merry Christmas!
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are you glowing as much as the watch?
the "g" is for Greg...
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Congrats Steve. Love the Explorer II polar. :cooler:
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Cheers guys. And, yes, Greg, I am glowing quite nicely now! :)

I will get round to some better photos and a write-up in due course - once all my work Xmas parties are out of the way this week!
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That lume shot is a good picture idea for when I get the white Tropik SS. Cheers.
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welshlad wrote:Just this new little thing this evening...
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Many Congratulations Steve !! :)
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An absolute classic, superb lume shot.


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Dancematt wrote:It's one of the few watches that need to be lived with to be judged. It gets better the longer you own it.
Berkshire wrote:A speedy that 'underwhelmed' is, I'm thinking, a rarity. :shock:
smegwina wrote:Weird! Because to me, that looks bloody fantastic (especially with that jacket!)
It'sAliveJim wrote: :shock: I think given time to properly study the detail and feel it on the wrist day in, day out your opinion may change. For me, trying on watches in a boutique has never been a good way to draw accurate conclusions.
Having said all that, why shouldn't you NOT like the Speedy, if that's what you feel. It's a free country dammit! 8)
I didn't want to hijack this thread so I posted my thoughts my previous thread - http://christopherwardforum.com/viewtop ... 7&start=45
Please take a look, and let me know your opinions.