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Christopher Ward brochure

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Christopher Ward has created a full-colour brochure, it can be ordered free of any charges via the following URL:

http://www.christopherward.co.uk/produc ... =BROCHURES

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Done.

Thanks Hans.

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Thanks for the tip.
Nice to have and think about the next watch to order.

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"Despatched by Designated Carrier"

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Thanks for this notification Hans, brochure now ordered.
Joy to all watch lovers. :D

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Woops! Sorry, I got confused with my now received C5SSS order. The brochure has not been despatched.

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Arrived. Juicy new pictures inside.

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The postman's just delivered my Kingfisher C6 this morning and I'm pleased to report that the new brochure came with it. This is my fourth CW watch (if you include the Mettes freebie) and looking at the ladies models in the 'Divine' collection, once my wife and daughter catch sight of them, I'm sure it won't be the last.

Keep up the good work Chris; in the flesh the Kingfisher is mighty impressive and the note apologising for the slight delay was a nice touch.

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Nick what colour face and strap have you got?

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Hi Neil

I bought the blue face/silicon rubber combination and very blue the face is too. I have a Tissot PRS200 and a Glycine Incursore 200m with blue faces, but both are darker and less iridescent.

My only slight concern with the watch is with the length of the strap. I understand that it's long for a reason: to go over a wetsuit, however, unless I'm mistaken and someone can correct me on this, I am going to have to cut it down by two notches each side of the deployment buckle to fit my wrist.

Otherwise, can't fault it all. Nick

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Oh, um, welcome too. :D

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NickD wrote:I understand that it's long for a reason: to go over a wetsuit, however, unless I'm mistaken and someone can correct me on this,
Welcome, and you're entirely correct.
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Hi Nick,any chance of a couple of photos of the Kingfisher with the rubber strap especially a wrist shot if possible.I've ordered my LE on the rubber strap but I'm worried now your talking about cutting the strap up.

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Hello Budgie et al,

Watch this space. I'll do my best, but I'll warn you in advance, my photographic skills are a little lacking.

Nick

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You can always give it a try.
Camera on the tulip(macro) and make some pictures.............
I think you can do it. :)

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