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    Interesting Doxa article

    Timekeeping Icon | Volume 3: 1967 DOXA SUB 300T Sharkhunter | Gear Patrol

    Sort of a distilled introduction to the brand and the 300t Sharkhunter, including some good pictures of a well-used original.
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    Re: Interesting Doxa article

    Nice little read , thanks

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    Re: Interesting Doxa article

    Cool stuff!
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    Re: Interesting Doxa article

    Cool! That was my watch at one time.-) I mean THAT particular watch. I'm kicking myself for selling it, but it has surely found a good home.

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    Re: Interesting Doxa article

    Thanks for sharing

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    Re: Interesting Doxa article

    Quote Originally Posted by jswing View Post
    Cool! That was my watch at one time.-) I mean THAT particular watch. I'm kicking myself for selling it, but it has surely found a good home.
    You sold that watch?! That one is a big fish that got away. Better to have loved and lost?

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    Re: Interesting Doxa article

    I kept looking at my Doxa when I was reading that

    Thanks for the link!
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    Re: Interesting Doxa article

    Great article, not like I've been wanting to buy a Doxa for a few years now.
    Articles like that make me want to dip into my savings and just do it already!!

    I got hooked on Doxa when I first read about them in Cussler books.
    Once I googled the Doxa and saw what a great watch it was, I knew I just had to have one!
    It's just a matter of when......and so I wait.

    Thanks for sharing, nice read with some cool info I didn't know.
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    Re: Interesting Doxa article

    That IS a really neat article! Straight to the point, relatively brief, but acknowledges Doxa's heritage. I think this might push me to actually look for a vintage Sub now.

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    Re: Interesting Doxa article

    Very cool...Thanks!
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