C9 Harrison Jump Hour MKI, MKII, MKIII

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C9 Harrison Jump Hour MKI, MKII, MKIII

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C9 Jump Hour

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Re: C9 Harrison Jump Hour

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More C9 Jump Hour pics.

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C9 JHII

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Re: C9 Harrison Jump Hour MKI, MKII, MKIII

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Hopefully nobody will mind me adding this pic that I snapped earlier here O:)

Been meaning to snap one since Kip so kindly forwarded me an old copy of the JH featured CW mag. Thought it came out quite well for a photographic noobie using a mobile phone camera :)

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C9-43-JH-SGWTR MK3

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Re: C9 Harrison Jump Hour MKI, MKII, MKIII

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A couple of efforts from me - 40mm MkIII

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I love this watch, but rarely get to wear it.


C9-40-JH-SWK-MKIII

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Adding the MkIII w/ Grey Dial.... I have found the color of the dial works even in less formal settings. I wear it often...one of my favorites if not my most favorite.

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C9 Mk2 Jumping Hour on a CW Milanese bracelet

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Posted elsewhere but here’s a few amateur pics of the watch on a Staib (CW) Milanese…bit different?

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