CWL of the day

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From the bay

Leather/Suede Strap FOR Tag Heuer WATCH Brown 20/22/24mm Monaco/Carrera w/Clasp

Really nice with deployment clasp. I'm trying to find the same without the holes.

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MiniMpi wrote:Perfect strap combo there Guy, best I've seen for the C700 so far.
Thanks Ferg. Its the Torro Brava strap that simmo sold to me last week.

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C65 SKK for a rare outing as my work watch for tonight's night shift.

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Jump hour today

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C11 Makaira Blue for 'meadow' cutting today.
I may be gone for some time.......

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A blue day...
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C11 Extreme for a roof protection / restoration day. What a palaver. :kopfwand:

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CWL of the day

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C9 FLE today, with a new bracelet. It's a pretty good fit, but when I have a couple of hours spare, I'm planning to re-contour the top surface of the end links to see if I can get them to match the old C9 case shape better. As it stands I like the look, but it's not a perfect fit (although the end links fit perfectly in the lugs, just a little tall at the case end), they're close enough for the moment. I'll fit it to the sapphire blue C9 a little later, as I think that will match it nicely...
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Looks fabulous, I have to say.
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And in blue... :)

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I like how these threads are almost a "name that car" competition... :D
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Just grabbed this from the winder for the first time in a couple of weeks , checked it and it is still accurate to the second! Ridiculously well regulated watch
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