Non CW of the Day

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Kontiki has found its match.
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it was rather stormy here his morning :(

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Lego wrote:
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Very crisp and clean. Lovely.
Many thanks - I am unsure if the strap is thick enough
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Great shot Stefs..^^^^^^

This suits the GS better I think.

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Sabbath wrote:
Lego wrote:
Sabbath wrote:Image
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Very crisp and clean. Lovely.
Many thanks - I am unsure if the strap is thick enough
I think you're right, exposed lug edges = [-X for me. The heavy calf looks better, beautiful watch :thumbup:
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Cheers 7ee ^^^ nice combo yourself

Another snap taken today
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bspj wrote:I've been taught to be cautious about such rituals!
That's probably for the best. :lol:

Today I'm wearing this:
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Boydesian - don't you have work to do?

BTW, for everyone else: two of the watches in my signature were gifts from Boydesian. :D

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KLR_Redux wrote:Boydesian - don't you have work to do?

BTW, for everyone else: two of the watches in my signature were gifts from Boydesian. :D

Wearing this today:
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Hey there Mr. H. I didn't know they let Coasties in here. The standards must've slipped or something.
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Re: Non CW of the Day

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Boydesian wrote:
KLR_Redux wrote:Boydesian - don't you have work to do?

BTW, for everyone else: two of the watches in my signature were gifts from Boydesian. :D

Wearing this today:
Hey there Mr. H. I didn't know they let Coasties in here. The standards must've slipped or something.
I don't think they normally do, but I let on that a Nigerian Prince has offered me a tidy sum and they made an exception. :wave:
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El Primero Wednesday...

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I was all set to change the strap today, until I discovered this one is 21mm. Oh well.
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downer wrote:El Primero Wednesday...



I was all set to change the strap today, until I discovered this one is 21mm. Oh well.

Orient GMT is a 21mm also. Still rocking the bracelet, but have some 21mm NATOs that are waiting for their day. I find the lug width an odd choice.
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