This is an off-shoot of a thread that I started last week, in which I said that the Doxa 600T that I purchased a week ago was microscopically small.
Since then, I have spent a great deal of time Googling, trying to find a side-by-side photo of a "small" Doxa (300T, 600T, 1200T) next to a Rolex Sub, without success.
Well, today I had a chance to compare my 600T Pro to a Rolex Submariner, today. A guy showed up in the office, and he obligingly put my 600T onto his wrist, next to his Submariner (don't ask me what model number; it was your standard-issue black dial, black bezel Submariner). Despite the fact that after I wear my Omega Planet Ocean large in the mornings while walking my dog, making coffee etc, the Doxa 600T Pro then looks tiny, when it (the 600T) was on that guy's wrist next to the Rolex Submariner, it looked totally normal i.e. it was the exact same size as his his Submariner. Even the dial looked the same size as the Sub's.
When I say "exact same size" you may throw some numbers at me from a chart or a web site about how many millimeters the flux capacitor is on the Rolex vs the warp drive on the Doxa, but the take-away is that in the flesh, to my eyeballs, subjectively they looked exactly the same.
I stand corrected.