....thank you everyone !!......If my appetite wasn't already whet for a Doxa---you just pumped it a notch !!
CURRENT ROTATION :: fuhgeddaboudit !!333***** being told you don't have much time is a waste of time ***** 3
double post please delete this one :)
Last edited by perfectlykevin; 4 Weeks Ago at 05:14.
My M31 seems to withstand scratches better than other Ti watches from other companies I've had. Comparing to untreated Ti. So far I'd say some of Citizen's older Duratect models were a touch above, but they were also just simple, low-profile field watches too.
Another idea along the same line as the 300T historical model... How about a Cousteau Society/Aqualung commemorative edition, in various colors. As a way in incorporating the vintage US Divers logo on the dial. :)
Inspiration for the CS edition found here...
Tempus Fugit: What watch would Jacques Cousteau wear?
A Searambler 600T. The Searambler has the most interesting dial/hands combo while the 600T's case is the most practical size & most comfortable design (not nearly as top-heavy as the 1200T). "Beads of rice" bracelet...maybe I lean towards brushed center links.
Last edited by ljb187; 3 Weeks Ago at 01:32.
Seiko Spring Drive was my 2010 wedding watch, Rolex Datejust was my anniversary watch, but I call Oris home.
Drooling over these vintage pics :)
Doxa SUB 300T NOS pure époque
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