CWL of the day

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Its been a warm one today.

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My latest acquisition. This also marks a key moment for me, as this is the first CW watch (or any other brand for that matter) where I have re-bought a specific model variant that I used to own and then sold. This isn't the exact same C5 Aviator Mk2 Cream dial watch/serial number that I used to have, but it's the same model, albeit this one has had its bezel polished at some point. I just fancied a bit of nostalgia and so far I'm loving it, especially the size.

It's also my first watch purchase this year! I must be slowing down with age! :)
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borderman wrote:
Fri Aug 23, 2019 10:35 am
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Still looks great on that strap Dave! :clap:

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Still looks great on that strap Dave! :clap:

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Cheers Chris a nice strap on summers day
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welshlad wrote:My latest acquisition. This also marks a key moment for me, as this is the first CW watch (or any other brand for that matter) where I have re-bought a specific model variant that I used to own and then sold. This isn't the exact same C5 Aviator Mk2 Cream dial watch/serial number that I used to have, but it's the same model, albeit this one has had its bezel polished at some point. I just fancied a bit of nostalgia and so far I'm loving it, especially the size.

It's also my first watch purchase this year! I must be slowing down with age! :)
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My first “wavy” dial Trident.
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This one today for beer duties.
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C11 Titanium Elite for my last shift of the week tonight.

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New watch, well technically it’s for my father who has hinted he would like a watch that indicates the day. Which in reality means this is my inheritance in (hopefully) a long time in the future.
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Can I take my Trident swimming? :-)

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Nice watches indeed not got one yet, still looking.

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Sunny weather calls for something bold and brightImage
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