My CW History

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Re: My CW History

Post by Amor Vincit Omnia » Sat Nov 10, 2018 10:11 pm

TPS10 wrote:
Sat Nov 10, 2018 1:07 pm
I mentioned a fourth watch in your history. I’ve always been after a blue faced watch and the Scooter Blue is certainly a stunning watch. I have, however accepted that it is highly unlikely that I will ever own one, so the blue watch search does continue........
Not wishing to hijack Richard’s thread, but the blue C65 Trident Vintage Diver is absolutely wonderful.
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Re: My CW History

Post by gaf1958 » Sun Nov 11, 2018 12:52 pm

^^^ LOL... No, no derailment at all.
CWL C1+2xC3+4xC6+C11+2xC60K+3xC60T+C65LE+C65Diver+C70+C600
Omega Ω 3xSpeedy+5xSeamaster+DeVille+AT+Dynamic
Zenith+Tudor+2xOris65+4xMagrette+18xSeiko+6xVintage
B&R+Farer+Gavox+Hamilton+LumTec+Mido+MkII+2xSteinhart+2xVisitor+more
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Re: My CW History

Post by gaf1958 » Sun Nov 11, 2018 12:55 pm

Good thread Richard. It’s frightening to see how many in your list have also been on mine and how many have since departed. There is one that stands out that I have not owned, that’s a beauty - that C90 Becketts. In any of the colourways, a lovely watch. It’s one I wouldn’t mind owning one day.
CWL C1+2xC3+4xC6+C11+2xC60K+3xC60T+C65LE+C65Diver+C70+C600
Omega Ω 3xSpeedy+5xSeamaster+DeVille+AT+Dynamic
Zenith+Tudor+2xOris65+4xMagrette+18xSeiko+6xVintage
B&R+Farer+Gavox+Hamilton+LumTec+Mido+MkII+2xSteinhart+2xVisitor+more
Family 11xCW+2xΩ

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Re: My CW History

Post by E57 » Sun Nov 11, 2018 1:18 pm

Very nice and impressive collection!

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Re: My CW History

Post by Savagemouse » Tue Nov 13, 2018 3:21 pm

Great Idea richard especially for those who have not been here from the beginning and as always great quality photos!

Have to say the pick of the bunch for me is the C8 Blackhawk never seen one before and love colour on the black dial will keep out for sure.
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Re: My CW History

Post by nauf » Tue Nov 13, 2018 6:31 pm

Wow!!! Fantastic collection. Great pics. Thanks for sharing, sir. :clap:

Your C20 Lido reminds me of mine that I bought in 2011. A very sturdy and solid piece. Still in good condition with minor scuff. Never dissappoint me in any occassions, from sleeping to cooking, gardening, fitness activities. You just name it. I could count the moment I didn’t put it on my wrist. That was my second CW purchase replacing my C9 Harisson GMT that went faulty in the movement and got to be sent back.

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Re: My CW History

Post by Baco Noir » Tue Nov 13, 2018 6:44 pm

Great variety and it’s always fun to look back on the journey. The C9 and C3 FLE chronos are beautiful.

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