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    Re: Doxa sub1200 on 7.5" wrist?

    6' 1" 200lbs with smallish wrists @ 6.75



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    Re: Doxa sub1200 on 7.5" wrist?

    wears very big

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    Re: Doxa sub1200 on 7.5" wrist?

    Quote Originally Posted by cbrzrule View Post
    wears very big
    I completely disagree. For me, these wear very small for a 42 mm watch. The small crystal gives the small impression. By comparison, a friend has a 42mm Steinhart GMT vintage, which has a large crystal and looks ridiculous.
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    Re: Doxa sub1200 on 7.5" wrist?

    Quote Originally Posted by Vlciudoli View Post
    I completely disagree. For me, these wear very small for a 42 mm watch. The small crystal gives the small impression. By comparison, a friend has a 42mm Steinhart GMT vintage, which has a large crystal and looks ridiculous.
    You're right, they wear smaller than their measured size.
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    Re: Doxa sub1200 on 7.5" wrist?

    ...but perfectly ;)

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