CWL of the day

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Frigging mosquitos :problem:
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Korkki wrote:
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Frigging mosquitos :problem:

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...now that is suffering for the sake of art! :lol: :clap:

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I took a few photos as usual. It took 5 secs them to land after I smashed to death the previous ones
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Korkki wrote:
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I took a few photos as usual. It took 5 secs them to land after I smashed to death the previous ones

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The fact that you let them land and the destroyed their world...thats pretty metal.
Poked around you profile, wasnt disappointed, a touch of class if not a straight flair...all laid bare in those rugged photos. Modern time peaces seamlessly juxtaposed against raw nature. And the tunes you share, I would expect nothing less but the best yall have to offer. You are my kind of people...remind me not to introduce you to my wife :lol: -Keep killing it Korkki

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Thought I would try this one today, so that when I see wrist pics of the new blue dial, blue bezel dive watch launched by another brand today I can compare the shades of blue. :)
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nbg wrote:
Wed Jul 01, 2020 11:47 am
Thought I would try this one today, so that when I see wrist pics of the new blue dial, blue bezel dive watch launched by another brand today I can compare the shades of blue. :)
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Nice strap on your Dartmouth Neil, which brand is it may I ask?

Are you convinced you’ll get the blue 58 to go with your black one?
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Thegreyman wrote:
Wed Jul 01, 2020 12:32 pm
nbg wrote:
Wed Jul 01, 2020 11:47 am
Thought I would try this one today, so that when I see wrist pics of the new blue dial, blue bezel dive watch launched by another brand today I can compare the shades of blue. :)
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Nice strap on your Dartmouth Neil, which brand is it may I ask?

Are you convinced you’ll get the blue 58 to go with your black one?
Really pleased with the strap. It’s one of these Patrick, available in other colours as well. Dedworth Distresso Cowhide.
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Very soft, with the thickness at the lugs also an ideal match for the slim lugs of the C65 case.

I thought that as the bracelet is QR I ought to stick with QR straps as an alternative. I know that CW do high quality straps, but I have always found the length rather annoying for a normal 7” wrist.

Re. the blue 58 yep I will definitely get one. Usual WIS logic - I always take 2 or 3 decent watches on holiday, usually Rolex and Tudor. If the Black BB58 was nicked that would pi*s me off big time, as the insurance money could never buy me the same watch to the one I bought and picked up new on a specific birthday. Similar reason to why I don’t leave my Speedy, Pelagos or a couple of others in a room safe, Villa, Cottage etc...

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nbg wrote:
Wed Jul 01, 2020 11:47 am
Thought I would try this one today, so that when I see wrist pics of the new blue dial, blue bezel dive watch launched by another brand today I can compare the shades of blue. :)
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Have to say that is a great combo Neil. Really nice strap
The blue /blue 58 looks very nice. I thought is was going to be a black dial. This looks miles better.
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After years of browsing I finally took the plunge and am now a CW owner (with a second one on the way lol):

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stefs wrote:
Wed Jul 01, 2020 1:12 pm
nbg wrote:
Wed Jul 01, 2020 11:47 am
Thought I would try this one today, so that when I see wrist pics of the new blue dial, blue bezel dive watch launched by another brand today I can compare the shades of blue. :)
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Have to say that is a great combo Neil. Really nice strap
The blue /blue 58 looks very nice. I thought is was going to be a black dial. This looks miles better.
Thanks Paul.

I think a couple of the other colour options for the strap would also work well with the BB58N.

Had the new BB58 just had a blue bezel I think I would also have been less keen.

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