CWL Summer Magazine 2014

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CWL Summer Magazine 2014

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Summer 2014 magazine now available for viewing here.
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And it just popped through my door. A good read, and some interesting new models on the horizon.

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The JJ Mark III is the best version that I have seen.

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Glad to see the C70 D-Type!
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Just read it in the bath! Hehehe

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To much information. :erschreckt:
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C65 Trident Classic is the stand out watch for me.

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I enjoyed the article on the Harrison clocks. :thumbup:
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As I read it, lusting after a C5 slimline, I noticed that I had today's C5 slimline email open on my tablet beside me, I was wearing Loakes, I had been searching for a new wallet online and that a picture of Harrison's H4 was on the wall (yes I am sad enough to have this in my living room)... I fear that I may be the target market! :oops:

I still thought the C65 looked like a piece of cr@p though. :thumbup:

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Mortis wrote:As I read it, lusting after a C5 slimline, I noticed that I had today's C5 slimline email open on my tablet beside me, I was wearing Loakes, I had been searching for a new wallet online and that a picture of Harrison's H4 was on the wall (yes I am sad enough to have this in my living room)... I fear that I may be the target market! :oops:

I still thought the C65 looked like a piece of cr@p though. :thumbup:
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scooter wrote:The JJ Mark III is the best version that I have seen.

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vikingdrvr wrote:Glad to see the C70 D-Type!
Agreed. The C70 is such a striking watch and it looks,fantastic in blue. Too bad it's too big for me.

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Kip wrote:To much information. :erschreckt:
Too much information. :erschreckt

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any info on the new leather goods?

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All we know is what is on page 16-19 of the magazine with a release date of soon. I am speculating in Mid May to take advantage of Fathers Day.
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