CWL of the day

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C7 Rapide MK3 Prototype for my last shift of the week tonight.

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@MiniMpi - last shift of the week Ferg?

I should hope so, there's not much of the week left.

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Bahnstormer_vRS wrote:@MiniMpi - last shift of the week Ferg?

I should hope so, there's not much of the week left.

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I guess I should say last shift of 'my' working week, off in the morning till Wednesday.
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Wearing the new QR bracelet:
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C60 Trident GMT MK2 for today.

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Today is the mk3 c60 blue in the brown strap! :thumbup:

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Yycwatch95 wrote:
Sat Dec 07, 2019 9:37 pm
44B9A038-00F8-4A03-AAFB-9D0943B82E93.jpegToday is the mk3 c60 blue in the brown strap! :thumbup:
^ Looks great on that strap as well
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This one again.
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C60 Trident 316L LE is the first watch of the day.

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Just finished hump day.
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Through trial and lots of error, determined this is the best way (for me, anyway) to refit the QR bracelet on the C65:
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C1 GM 5 Day COSC for a Michelin Star Restaurant dinner for Louise's Birthday earlier.
Surprised her with a very rare W1 Tonneau-Suisse I bought for her as a birthday present.
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Congratulation Louise........ more importantly where did you go and what was for dinner . Lol.
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