CWL of the day

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STodd wrote:
Wed Mar 25, 2020 10:56 am
Orange Makaira for now...

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Interesting looking strap you have there. Where did it come from and any chance of a full shot?

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Louise 's much prized and rare W8 IPK #01/30 back from CW after a replacement movement.
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C8 UTC Worldtimer for work today.

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Utterly delighted with the new 316L thanks to a flawless transaction on CWE. I had a couple of spare C60 bracelets and as an added bonus I'd forgotten that the 316L has a mostly brushed case so I've been able to match an original all-brushed bracelet (rare as the proverbial rocking-horse poop!) so it all looks rather good IMHO.
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Congratulations Rich !!
Looks great on the brushed bracelet.
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C600 Tri-Tech Elite for tonight's night shift.

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richtel wrote:
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Utterly delighted with the new 316L thanks to a flawless transaction on CWE. I had a couple of spare C60 bracelets and as an added bonus I'd forgotten that the 316L has a mostly brushed case so I've been able to match an original all-brushed bracelet (rare as the proverbial rocking-horse poop!) so it all looks rather good IMHO.

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That does looks really good. :thumbup:
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MiniMpi wrote:C8 UTC Worldtimer for work today.

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I had that strap on a C60 black COSC: I liked it plenty!

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^^ That blue really 'pops' in the sun!

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Jcalder68 wrote:
STodd wrote:
Wed Mar 25, 2020 10:56 am
Orange Makaira for now...

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Interesting looking strap you have there. Where did it come from and any chance of a full shot?

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It’s a SteveoStraps Baseball Glove strap - https://www.steveostraps.com/straps-2/top-end-stuff - super soft from the off:

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I wanted a Rawlings with the red patch, but I believe he does others - might try to get a black one, or Wilson, at a later date


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C7 Rapide MK3 #0000 for work tonight.

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I'll follow that up with my wildly unpopular C7. I keep trying to figure out what it is that doesn't quite get this over the top, so I will list good things first.

1-Excellent legibility. Like my Damsko, I can read this from across the room.
2-Matching black day/date wheels.
3-COSC rating. Currently running approx +2 sec a day.
4-Screw down crown
5-Missing the dreaded 9 o'clock logo.
6-2-4-6-8-10-12 Arabic numerals with the date at 3 allows for uninterrupted symmetry of said numbers around the whole dial.
So what is it about this dial? I think it comes down to the font used for the numbers. Had they used a slightly italicized version like the Oris F1 it might have better had the desired effect of the motorsports theme they were after.
Personally, the pluses far outweigh the minuses, so I will continue defiantly wearing my beligured C7. :lol:
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Is it #FliegerFriday or #FLEFriday

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