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    Re: How many of you Doxa guys dive ?

    Happy to say just spent 2 weeks in the Maldives with my lovely girlfriend and trusty 600T Pro. Dived a bit, snorkelled a bit, came back with trusty 600T Pro and a fiance! Blimey!
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    Re: How many of you Doxa guys dive ?

    Quote Originally Posted by simon bradfield View Post
    Happy to say just spent 2 weeks in the Maldives with my lovely girlfriend and trusty 600T Pro. Dived a bit, snorkelled a bit, came back with trusty 600T Pro and a fiance! Blimey!
    Simon...congrats on making the move to fiance So, do you think you can convince her to buy you a new DOXA as a wedding gift.
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    Re: How many of you Doxa guys dive ?

    Cheers Subkrawler! You know, I was thinking about getting her one, though she does still look at me as if I'm a bit bonkers (which I may well be, along with many other good foilk here).

    But I came to the conclusion what DOXA should do is sell both a man's and a woman's 1000T, both in a special presewntation tube. How cool would that be? Wedding rings..? I think a watch would be more fun.

    Though I probably won't suggest it!

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    Re: How many of you Doxa guys dive ?

    Simon, congratulations on the impending marriage! Hmm.... wedding watches.... an interesting concept!
    Regards, T Bone.

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    Re: How many of you Doxa guys dive ?

    Sometimes I dive in my pool. I have to be careful because it's only 7 feet deep. I have just a few high end dive watches but to be honest the only one that goes in the pool is the Seiko Monster. The water sure keeps the watch clean. Thanks, Chronometer



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    Re: How many of you Doxa guys dive ?

    I'm a PADI advanced diver.
    Although Greece is surrounded by sea, I'd never dived, until my wife in February informed me that she would participate on a conference meeting in Honolulu in May. No second thought and I told her that I would go with her. How many times in my life I would have the opportunity to go to the other side of the world, -12 hours at least! But how would I spent my time during the morning? And Christina said "diving!". The rest is history.
    Doxa history starts a year ago when searching for Cousteau's watches I discovered Dr P. Millar's site about Doxas. It was a love at first site and immediately ordered my GMT Pro.

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    Re: How many of you Doxa guys dive ?

    I see that another poll has been resurrected by a "lurker". While your vote is valuable and informative, it would be even nicer if the poll-post lurkers, would follow up their vote with a few words.:thanks
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    Re: How many of you Doxa guys dive ?

    Naui certified, Dive for work mostly, Special Effects, Worked and dove on Waterworld , World is not enough (James Bond), Tomorrow never dies (James Bond) Deep Blue Sea and many others, Currently working on Mummy 3 in China, Not diving on this one though, fx5150

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    Re: How many of you Doxa guys dive ?

    I was PADI certified open water in 1974. Liesure dive warm water only. Most recently in Bali and Lombok, Indonesia. My GMT Pro went with me!

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    Re: How many of you Doxa guys dive ?

    Trained and certified as a diver (open circuit) since 1984. Attended US Navy dive school in Coronado; served as a Marine Corps diver for eleven years. Recreationally certified (NAUI and PADI) with most of those dives in the Pacific (Micronesia). Much prefer recreational diving over professional/military diving in my later years. Brand history and reputation drove me to DOXA.

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