Non CW of the Day

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Re: Non CW of the Day

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There are a number of differences between me and Asqwerth...

The main one is.. I go to work at 7:47 and Asqwerth is still in the car at 11:13...
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downer wrote:.....
There are a number of differences between me and Asqwerth...

The main one is.. I go to work at 7:47 and Asqwerth is still in the car at 11:13...
Ah, but you have to allow for the transatlantic time difference ....
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Not quite today's pic, but a newish change of strap (see I can live without NATOs)

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Sundays...

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Re: Non CW of the Day

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asqwerth wrote:This pretty one today:

In the car:
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In the office:
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Wrong way round surely - you need the time in the office, and something nice to look at when stuck in traffic!
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downer wrote:.....
There are a number of differences between me and Asqwerth...

The main one is.. I go to work at 7:47 and Asqwerth is still in the car at 11:13...
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A Blue Angel and a couple of his CWL buddies are wingin it to NYC this a.m.

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Always think this is one of the nicer looking Tags Simple,clear and sporty look

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This for the last two weeks now...

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liammcdowell wrote:
ianblyth wrote:Image
Weird, I've been looking at this one for a couple of weeks.

I think most people probably want a Portuguese, and I like the C9 too, but for me too close a 'homage' to pay £900 for.

My worry with the Parnis is that it turns up and is cheap crap? Maybe you could provide some more info?

At £56 though ill almost definitely take a punt.
I've had one for about 6 months and wear it on 'down' days sometimes. For the price they're fine. Take a punt.
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theaub wrote:
liammcdowell wrote:
ianblyth wrote:Image
Weird, I've been looking at this one for a couple of weeks.

I think most people probably want a Portuguese, and I like the C9 too, but for me too close a 'homage' to pay £900 for.

My worry with the Parnis is that it turns up and is cheap crap? Maybe you could provide some more info?

At £56 though ill almost definitely take a punt.
I've had one for about 6 months and wear it on 'down' days sometimes. For the price they're fine. Take a punt.
I did, just waiting for it to arrive.

They seem fairly popular so if I don't like it ill be able to flip it easy.
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Re: Non CW of the Day

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Maraeburn wrote:This for the last two weeks now...

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Hamilton?

Lovely piece.
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Re: Non CW of the Day

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Speedy panda mod today


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