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    Re: Christopher Ward Watches; Lets see them

    Quote Originally Posted by WillMK5 View Post
    Definitely looking forward to new pictures!

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    and a preview of what might become the new C5 slimline. Note that there are 2 diferent movements being considered.

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    If you want to read the transcrip of what was talked about in the chat, you can check it out online here.

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    Re: Christopher Ward Watches; Lets see them

    The day/date C9 is the one that interests me most.
    I like lots of things about the typhoon, but not enough to make me part with over 1k
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    Re: Christopher Ward Watches; Lets see them

    Quote Originally Posted by Bradjhomes View Post
    The day/date C9 is the one that interests me most.
    I like lots of things about the typhoon, but not enough to make me part with over 1k
    I like the C9 too, but I really, really, really wish CW would scale down nearly everything in the catalogue. I haven't consistently worn anything over 38mm in years at this point so the prospect of a 42mm watch with almost no bezel is a bit mind blowing.

    But I also understand that I'm in the minority here, so I can't complain too much. And at least we are getting a smaller Trident.
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    Re: Christopher Ward Watches; Lets see them

    I'm going to pick up either the new C9 or new C5 either would be white dial. Leaning towards the C5 due to it being a more appropriate dress watch size. I've held off on the C5 due to its thickness so I'm really intrigued to see a slimmer version.

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    Re: Christopher Ward Watches; Lets see them

    Rumour has it there is a NN (Nearly New) sale on the horizon. I hated the look of the Lido originally, but if one turns up with a significant discount then it might be difficult to resist.
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    Re: Christopher Ward Watches; Lets see them

    Quote Originally Posted by Bradjhomes View Post
    Rumour has it there is a NN (Nearly New) sale on the horizon. I hated the look of the Lido originally, but if one turns up with a significant discount then it might be difficult to resist.
    Finally final? :-P

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    Re: Christopher Ward Watches; Lets see them

    STOP JUDGING ME!

    As I've mentioned to you, I might be getting an unexpected (though hoped for) promotion. If I get it, I will allow myself just one more purchase before calling time. I really don't have a problem.
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    Re: Christopher Ward Watches; Lets see them

    Quote Originally Posted by Bradjhomes View Post
    STOP JUDGING ME!

    As I've mentioned to you, I might be getting an unexpected (though hoped for) promotion. If I get it, I will allow myself just one more purchase before calling time. I really don't have a problem.
    Don't worry Brad, you earned it I'm sure. And there is always that pesky second kidney to unload.
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    Re: Christopher Ward Watches; Lets see them

    Quote Originally Posted by Bradjhomes View Post
    STOP JUDGING ME!

    As I've mentioned to you, I might be getting an unexpected (though hoped for) promotion. If I get it, I will allow myself just one more purchase before calling time. I really don't have a problem.
    LOL!! What stage is "denial"?? I think its the first or second, right? Its OK to admit you're addicted man...you're among friends who would understand!
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    Quote Originally Posted by DPflaumer View Post
    Don't worry Brad, you earned it I'm sure. And there is always that pesky second kidney to unload.
    I hear lungs fetch a heck of a lot too!
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