Non CW of the Day

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ddav wrote: Are you channeling Richard Burton? :lol:
Lovin that strap :thumbup:
Lol! :lol: ummm maaaybe? I just looked at it and thought it looked quite alien, then that popped into my head so I put the album on :)
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Dancematt wrote:
ddav wrote: Are you channeling Richard Burton? :lol:
Lovin that strap :thumbup:
Lol! :lol: ummm maaaybe? I just looked at it and thought it looked quite alien, then that popped into my head so I put the album on :)

I have fallen asleep in bed many times whilst listening to That album on the headphones, Fantastic album. Not sure about that green strap though DM :wink: but if you like it :D


This one i think will not come off for quite a while. :cuinlove:

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Still this. It's stuck to my wrist.

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AT day today


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Big blue beater for a weekend away

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Went with the blue theme today :thumbup:

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It'sAliveJim wrote:Big blue beater for a weekend away

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Everytime you post that Artego it catches my eye.....may have to investiagte and consider an upgrade for my beach watch.
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footycrazy wrote:
Dancematt wrote:
ddav wrote: Are you channeling Richard Burton? :lol:
Lovin that strap :thumbup:
Lol! :lol: ummm maaaybe? I just looked at it and thought it looked quite alien, then that popped into my head so I put the album on :)

I have fallen asleep in bed many times whilst listening to That album on the headphones, Fantastic album. Not sure about that green strap though DM :wink: but if you like it :D


This one i think will not come off for quite a while. :cuinlove:

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Congratulations Graham.....interesting watch holder btw.
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Took off the bracelet and thought I'd wear it on the rubber strap for a few weeks in the summer.

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Nice PO Lance, rubber looks good on it.

Think i will try a nato out later, too hot for steel.
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Bracelet watches this week. Don't want to ruin the leather straps.
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New to me, my Squale 50 Atmos on mesh...

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When I dropped my Deep Blue from waist height onto a hard floor it was never going to be a happy ending. The metal bracelet snapped and couldn't be repaired. I considered rubber and using it as a true sports watch but then I found this leather strap which works nicely IMO.

The watch is a beast though. 46mm wide and 17mm thick. :shock:
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