My 750T GMT Divingstar is still NIT - New In Tube. As is the 300 50th Anniversary Searambler - that one will see action before the Divingstar does
Finally the wait is over and two weeks after going on holiday I've got my hands on my 300 Pro - #31 has surfaced
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Searambler #076 landed last Friday.
Is anyone else having any issues with the crown settings? My other 50th 300 (pro) is fine and works as expected, but with this one I really have to hunt around to find the winding and date settings. I've already talked to Doxa and I'm sure they will make it right if necessary. I'll send it back to them after the holidays if I need to, but I am wondering if anyone else can advise. Everything seems to work fine other than this.
Proof of Arrival:
Last edited by rts9364; December 27th, 2016 at 19:27. Reason: Added photo
I’m having the same problem with my SUB300 Searambler #90 that you’re having with your Searambler. Unscrewing and screwing down the crown is not the same, simple, smooth procedure on this watch as it is on other Doxa and ETA watches. Like you, I have to hunt around, usually ‘getting there’ eventually, but the crown doesn’t operate as it should. I’ve emailed Doxa about it but haven’t heard back yet – hopefully and probably due to the holidays.
Bottom line -- I love the watch, but something isn’t right with it. I'm hoping this is an easy fix and that Doxa can make it right. Anyone know if this has to go back to Austria or if it can be repaired by Doxa in the USA?
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