CWL of the day

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FLE to brighten up a grey morning.
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Ok, I know the date isnt set, sorry!
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👍🏻 Nice photo!

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Kansas City Milkman wrote:
Sat Nov 30, 2019 12:56 pm
👍🏻 Nice photo!
Thanks, its a nice watch 😁👍
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Vintage and brown
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New arrival, first impressions are I really like it although the strap is a tad stiff. Now to decide if I really should be buying another watch!
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Danbailey007 wrote:New arrival, first impressions are I really like it although the strap is a tad stiff. Now to decide if I really should be buying another watch!
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Have you noticed how the bevelled edges of the indices glint at different angles, Dan?

Meanwhile, obscure reflections in the crystal and bezel on my C60 Apex, as I was standing under trees.

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Bahnstormer_vRS wrote:
Sat Nov 30, 2019 6:36 pm
Danbailey007 wrote:New arrival, first impressions are I really like it although the strap is a tad stiff. Now to decide if I really should be buying another watch!

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Have you noticed how the bevelled edges of the indices glint at different angles, Dan?

Meanwhile, obscure reflections in the crystal and bezel on my C60 Apex, as I was standing under trees.

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Yeah they look really good, the whole watch does. Liking the new case, not sure if it's that or the colour but it seems much smaller than my C60 bronze even though I think there is only 1mm in it.

Think if this stays the C65 may have to go as gets little wear as it is. Even the Elliot Brown may find itself looking for a new home!
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Rare outing of late for my lovely C65 MK1 LE.

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This arrived earlier; my Sandhurst
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This is my first ever COSC mechanical watch and has been eagerly anticipated sine I pre-ordered in October. Delivery as predicted and exemplary service from CW in every aspect.

The metal bracelet has gone on my C65 Vintage MK2, replaced with this custom Horween suede distressed vintage strap. It is sooooooo comfortable and matches the aesthetic of the watch perfectly. I have a few others in the drawer to try, pics to follow.
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Out for a walk with the mutt. Gently falling in love with this one!

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Jcalder68 wrote:
Sat Nov 30, 2019 11:36 pm
This arrived earlier; my Sandhurst

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Nice to see you have the correct Map sheet for Sandhurst; about 3:30 o'clock from the watch. :wink:

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Bahnstormer_vRS wrote:
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Jcalder68 wrote:
Sat Nov 30, 2019 11:36 pm
This arrived earlier; my Sandhurst

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Nice to see you have the correct Map sheet for Sandhurst; about 3:30 o'clock from the watch. :wink:

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MiniMpi wrote:
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Rare outing of late for my lovely C65 MK1 LE.

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Great photo of a cracking watch. There’s a fine example of one in the ‘for sale’ section incase anyone is now inspired to buy one. :lol:
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My new arrival on this morning.

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And along side it’s Apex sibling. (The timekeeping on the Apex is impressive considering that I last set it when the clocks changed).

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Giving the travel watch a spin this weekend. Chocks away and bound for Cyprus in 3 weeks! :D :D

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