Eyes on the Prize

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Eyes on the Prize

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DPD have delivered my competition prize Trident about 10 minutes ago.

I’m about to head off out shortly so won’t get chance to post much until later tomorrow but here are a few quick photos to whet your appetite

The new packaging looks absolutely fantastic. I was a bit wary that the eco package would be a step down in quality but it’s definitely not the case
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As for the watch itself

Initial impressions are very positive, I’ll add a review in time when I’ve lived with it for a few days.
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Thanks once again to the forum admin and Christopher Ward for this fantastic prize.

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Re: Eyes on the Prize

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Top notch Iain.

Once again congratulations on your prize.

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Congrats. Looking forward to reading your review. :thumbup: :clap:
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Looks very good, I'm jealous!
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I am very happy it is now in your hands. Congrats again!
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Great pics Iain.
Congrats mate, jealous!

Although the “long” documents look odd. Prefer the shorter booklets.

Pleased for you. Looks good. :clap:
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Congratulations again Iain, delighted it's arrived and you can enjoy it.
Great photos too.
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Congrats Iain looks good can't wait to get mine.
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Nice to see another on in the pack :-)

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Looks great, and the packaging is certainly individual. Good to know it is up to standard.

Will look forward to your thoughts on wearing and living with.
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Looks great ;)
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Love those deep glossy black shades.
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Congratulations! Looks good on you. I see a blue version in my future.

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A deserved winner. Nice to see all the pics on CWL of the day. It's great to see a winner appreciate their prize so much and not shut it away in a drawer.
Good on you!

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Re: Eyes on the Prize

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Chris375 wrote:
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A deserved winner. Nice to see all the pics on CWL of the day. It's great to see a winner appreciate their prize so much and not shut it away in a drawer.
Good on you!

Cheers,
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Thanks Chris, although it was always going to be a well worn watch.

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