Watches with British & Commonwealth roots
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"This seems like a strange time to be releasing a new GMT watch, especially since it feels like the entire world is on lockdown and no one is traveling anymore. Still, life must go on, right? And a new watch is always a good chance to cast our attention to something more fun and less serious. And even if you aren’t traveling, a GMT watch is a handy tool if you have family, friends, or business associates living in different time zones. The new GMT watch that I’m referring to is the Christopher Ward C65 GMT Worldtimer."
https://www.ablogtowatch.com/the-new-ch ... ive-watch/
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That doesn't totally suck.
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Looks kind of nice.
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