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Thread: I do love a CWC

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    Master Sinnlover's Avatar
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    I do love a CWC

    I am quite taken with my new acquisition itís in the best condition of one of these I have seen. I had to re-jigg my watch boxes as a result (OCD is great isnít it) so thought I would take a quick group pic during half time in the Ire V Wal game


    With a few more British issued watches


    Lastly with a few homages


    I did have another CWC chrono but it seems to have gone missing...

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    Marvellous collection!

    I would be seriously tempted by a quartz chrono if it weren't for the date complication and if it had a polished case.


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    Master .olli.'s Avatar
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    Nice collection!

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    Master pacifichrono's Avatar
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    Congrats on a very fine collection.

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    Master Sinnlover's Avatar
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    Thanks gents
    I might do a group shot of my US issued watches next.

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    I like em too. They always seem to nail the design cues

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    I have a G10 and an SBS Diver, and I'd honestly get by very well with just those two. Covers pretty much any need that might arise apart from the limitations of the fixed bars.

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    Nice collection. I really lean toward the military/field watch. I currently have Hamilton Khaki mechanical, Smiths PRS-29A, Smiths PRS25 black dial 36mm. I know that the Everest is not a military watch but certainly can go out in the field. The other watch I have is the Serica WWW.WMB edition. If you have never heard of the Serica check it out at www.serica-watches.com/en. I only have one dive watch and that is the Baltic Aquascaphe in blue gilt, but I am considering selling it to fund the new Timor Heritage field watch on Kickstarter, which is another great watch as it is an almost exact re-issue of the Timor dirty dozen watch.

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