CWL of the day

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My first C. Ward arrived last night. The Mk 3 dial and hand set sold it for me.
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C60 Trident Ombré Bronze for chilling out today.

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Tooled up this afternoon and fitted the bracelet to the C9BDD. Apart from stabbing myself with a freshly sharpened screwdriver, a more or less painless experience. Since acquiring the bracelet last year, I've been vacillating as the OEM strap and Bader clasp are very nice, OTOH the bracelet is also impressive, a high quality item without doubt. Choices, choices but finally decided since I have two other "dress" watches on leather and wanted to expand breadth.
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Suitably attired for dinner now.
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^^^^Very svelte. Always liked the font used in the day/date on these.
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Nice natural light photo of my C60 Ombré.

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C65 SH21 LE for chilling out today.

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Got my first CW yesterday...

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Hornet today

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White watch day here
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C9 Jumping Hour MK3 for another day relaxing.

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H0rati0 wrote:
Fri May 15, 2020 5:20 pm
Tooled up this afternoon and fitted the bracelet to the C9BDD. Apart from stabbing myself with a freshly sharpened screwdriver, a more or less painless experience. Since acquiring the bracelet last year, I've been vacillating as the OEM strap and Bader clasp are very nice, OTOH the bracelet is also impressive, a high quality item without doubt. Choices, choices but finally decided since I have two other "dress" watches on leather and wanted to expand breadth.
Suitably attired for dinner now.
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The BDD looks very good Nik and really suits the bracelet, completes the dressy look.

I couldn't help but notice though, that between the Bergeon and the spring bar pliers, is a tool that looks like something my dentist brandishes (and scares the life out of me) :help:
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Thegreyman wrote:
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The BDD looks very good Nik and really suits the bracelet, completes the dressy look.

I couldn't help but notice though, that between the Bergeon and the spring bar pliers, is a tool that looks like something my dentist brandishes (and scares the life out of me) :help:
Thanks Patrick. I do like the BDD I have to say and CW done good with the bracelet, suits (I wasn't sure it would gel with the gold bezel on mine) and fits very well, beautifully made. It would seem (inferring from ebay prices) that BDDs are rather unloved, IMHO a shame as they are outstanding but no doubt a victim of everything has to be "sporty" these days. On the bracelet I think it does bridge "casual" to "dressy" roles.

The tweezers are indeed rather formidable :devil: But just the job for handling the tiny bracelet screws - no such thing as a difficult job with the right tools.

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