Special Edition CWL

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Re: Special Edition CWL

Post by Richard D » Tue Jun 12, 2018 8:55 am

Caller wrote:
Richard D wrote:Cookham is also the home of the late great artist Stanley Spencer. The village hosts a permanent exhibition of his work in a converted chapel. A little way down from the gallery there was once a small jewellery store and it’s where I first learnt of a local watchmaker called Christopher Ward.
And (Sir) Stanley Spencer's ashes are buried by the footpath through the Church that featured so prominently in his work. Glad to see I am not the only admirer of one of the UK's great artists here! I used to pay a silent homage before I wandered along that stretch of the Thames on my way to Marlow.
.....and a what a fabulous walk that is.
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Re: Special Edition CWL

Post by Superalfa » Tue Jun 12, 2018 10:48 am

When could it be possible to see a 1000m super diver LE by CW? Is such a timepiece in the works? Thanks

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Re: Special Edition CWL

Post by Kip » Tue Jun 12, 2018 11:48 am

The C11 Titanium Extreme 1000 was a limited edition of 1000 pieces released in August of 2014. It carried a 100 ATM rating.

It has long been sold out, so is only available on the secondary market now. No plans in the works for anything with this rating that I am aware of.
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Re: Special Edition CWL

Post by Pipesmoker » Tue Jun 12, 2018 1:48 pm

I love my C11 Ti Ex, its at CWL for investigation currently and I do miss it!
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Re: Special Edition CWL

Post by oberonfoto » Thu Jun 14, 2018 11:00 am

Camulos wrote:Really stupid question here - what does the L in CWL stand for please?

For relevence, here's my CW ltd edition - the 'submariner' 300.

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Didn't realize the 300 Submariner was Ltd Edition. Normally LEs have a Serial Number of XXX/XXX, but my 300 doesn't its jut a plain 022. So is it a limited edition?
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Re: Special Edition CWL

Post by W1ndy82 » Thu Jan 09, 2020 9:43 pm

Hi everyone,

New member to the site. I know this post was a while back to say the least however has anyone ever come across the 2 RRF C60 Trident Mk1? I served 16years with this Battalion and it would be nice to finally find one. Any help is greatly appreciated.

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