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    Doxa shark ceramica

    Doxa Shark Ceramica series come with 3 color dials....to share, saw it on magazines.

    Note from DOXA:

    This is yet another retail only model available in Asia, but as usual, we can make it available for forum members only for a short time.

    If there is interest, please email us, they will become available in Fall 2010 at $1990.00 + $45.00 shipping


    This model is in a different league than the Aquaman, with the following specs:

    water resistant 300 meters / 1000 Feet
    42mm diameter
    11mm height
    sapphire crystal
    ceramic bezel
    signed Automatic ETA 2824 movement
    stainless steel bracelet

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    Re: Doxa shark ceramica

    Doxa offered up some Aquaman watches for a limited time to the forum members here some time ago.

    If Doxa allowed forum members to purchase that Shark 300 orange dial Ceramica, I'm sure there would be quite a few takers. That looks like a very interesting watch....

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    Re: Doxa shark ceramica

    Woah! Are they still making this? What's the deal? I like them all.
    Current faves.....no particular order:

    Stowa Seatime Black Forest
    Nomos Dunkel Datum
    Nomos Ahoi Atlantik
    Sinn U1, Roberto Green, Roberto Yellow
    Smiths Military 39mm
    Kobold
    43mm Arctic Blue Diver
    Jorg Schauer 44mm chronograph

    Stowa Marine Chrono/1938 Chrono black dial
    Stowa MOLE #21, FOLE #21
    Stowa Prodivers: Black, Rhodium, Limette
    Dornblueth & Sohn 99.0
    IWC Portuguese Silver/Blued
    Doxa 1200t: Pro, Sharkie, Numa Blue, Searambler, Project Aware
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    Re: Doxa shark ceramica

    A bit overpriced and without the Doxa look I would go for an other brand in that pricerange

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    Re: Doxa shark ceramica

    Quote Originally Posted by WS72 View Post
    A bit overpriced and without the Doxa look I would go for an other brand in that pricerange
    I know "to each their own"....but I'm glad to see a new model in the DOXA dive range, that isn't a Sub. Subs are great, but after awhile it's nice to see something different.
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    Re: Doxa shark ceramica

    Not bad looking watches...just...generic looking.
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    Doxa 5000T Professional, 5000T Caribbean, 1000T Divingstar COSC, 4000T Sapphire Pro

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    Re: Doxa shark ceramica

    Quote Originally Posted by WS72 View Post
    A bit overpriced and without the Doxa look I would go for an other brand in that pricerange
    Yup.

    If I wanted a normal watch with an orange face, I'll get a Seiko Orange Sumo.

    I'm only interested in Doxa SUBs.

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    Re: Doxa shark ceramica

    Some of you folks are so rigid. C'mon take a walk on the wild side and let's see some variation once in awhile.
    Current faves.....no particular order:

    Stowa Seatime Black Forest
    Nomos Dunkel Datum
    Nomos Ahoi Atlantik
    Sinn U1, Roberto Green, Roberto Yellow
    Smiths Military 39mm
    Kobold
    43mm Arctic Blue Diver
    Jorg Schauer 44mm chronograph

    Stowa Marine Chrono/1938 Chrono black dial
    Stowa MOLE #21, FOLE #21
    Stowa Prodivers: Black, Rhodium, Limette
    Dornblueth & Sohn 99.0
    IWC Portuguese Silver/Blued
    Doxa 1200t: Pro, Sharkie, Numa Blue, Searambler, Project Aware
    Panerai 088







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    Re: Doxa shark ceramica

    Can you make the pictures a little bigger?
    Kevin Vickers doesn't wear a watch...HE decides what time it is.


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    Re: Doxa shark ceramica

    Happened to be in HK for the last couple of days....couldn't resist having a look at what was on offer....so of course I ended up getting a little something .... Montres DOXA S.A.
    Certainly in a different league to the Aquaman that I have too as was already suggested.... it's nice to have something to switch it up with the subs...although they will always be my first love....
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    and the 1000t hanging out with the extended family :)

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