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Nice one one Dave ^^^
Must try mine on different straps to see what it's like.
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A rare outing
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Great to see one of these out ^^^
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C60 Trident 316L LE for a very damp day here in the Emerald Isle.

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sproughton wrote:
Mon Oct 14, 2019 1:09 pm
A rare outing

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Purchased my first CW less than 2 years ago, so I am a definite newcomer to the brand. I really enjoy seeing these older renditions of the brand. Absolutely lovely. Thanks for sharing Image
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watchaholic wrote:
Mon Oct 14, 2019 2:38 pm
sproughton wrote:
Mon Oct 14, 2019 1:09 pm
A rare outing

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Purchased my first CW less than 2 years ago, so I am a definite newcomer to the brand. I really enjoy seeing these older renditions of the brand. Absolutely lovely. Thanks for sharing Image
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@sproughton - the blue carbon fibre strap looks familiar, did you buy it from me at some stage? I had one for my C9 Chrono.

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My buddy’s C60 Ombre on it’s new Assolutamente strap
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Bahnstormer_vRS wrote:
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@sproughton - the blue carbon fibre strap looks familiar, did you buy it from me at some stage? I had one for my C9 Chrono.
I didn't, but I did source one off the back of one of your pictures.

It's a watch I don't wear often because of its size, which is a real shame because the dial is beautiful.

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Viognier wrote:My buddy’s C60 Ombre on it’s new Assolutamente strap
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C60 Trident MK2 Burgundy Bezel for today.

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MiniMpi wrote:C60 Trident MK2 Burgundy Bezel for today.

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Looking good Ferg.

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Meanwhile, my offering for #TyphoonTuesday

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Love the pictures of the RAF Typhoon, Guy. In these, you can actually see the hand on the 30 minute dial. This is something I could never do on the one I owned :problem:
I wonder if we'll ever see another case like this?
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albionphoto wrote:Love the pictures of the RAF Typhoon, Guy. In these, you can actually see the hand on the 30 minute dial. This is something I could never do on the one I owned :problem:
I wonder if we'll ever see another case like this?
Word at the last GTG / CW event was 'no more ceramic cases'.

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albionphoto wrote:
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Love the pictures of the RAF Typhoon, Guy. In these, you can actually see the hand on the 30 minute dial. This is something I could never do on the one I owned :problem:
I wonder if we'll ever see another case like this?
I really liked the Typhoons, my favourite was the one with the yellow highlights. I never did pull the trigger on one though due to the lack of a running seconds hand.

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I never really gelled with my Typhoon. I think it was the lack of a date that "did for me" in the end. I thought about the yellow one but when I was ready to pull the trigger, they had all gone. Oh well. I hadn't thought about the lack of a running seconds before but you make a good point. I wonder what the year of the chronograph is going to produce. CW will need to make something special now because I have two Omega chronos and am not really in the market for another. Time will tell.
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