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    WRUW Sunday 14th. July

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    Have a great Sunday my IWL fam..

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    I'm on instagram: @iyonk_strap

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    Have a great Sunday.

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    Trying brown strap to this one for the first time.


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    T-Graph Sunday

    Regards Phil

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    Hike with the wife and the dog




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    Home at last. Going with the Art Deco.




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    I’ve got the tennis on the tv with the cricket on the iPad, having to let the grand prix slide this weekend. On top of that, recovering from Henley Festival last night. And now I see my MFAS turn has come! Busy weekend!
    Just a 7T62 today. *edit - date now corrected!
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    Something very casual today, O&W Cougar II milsub. When I think of watches I might try selling to downsize my watch hoard, this one often comes up on the list to sell, but then I wear it again and realize I really like it. It's a perfect smaller size at 39mm and wonderfully thin. It doesn't call attention to itself, so it fits in with most activities. It's really hard to sell stuff!



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    Too many watches, not enough wrists.

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