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    Re: New DOXA SUB6000T to be released at Baselworld

    Hope to eventually up-cycle my OM into one of these. Love the applied markers
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    Re: New DOXA SUB6000T to be released at Baselworld

    I am interested in this piece, but I am not sure if the orange dial is versatile enough for my needs. How does Doxa stack up in quality of fit and finish compared to Seiko?

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    Re: New DOXA SUB6000T to be released at Baselworld

    will all the dial colors be available? Searambler,Sharkhunter, Dvingstar and Carribean?

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    Re: New DOXA SUB6000T to be released at Baselworld

    Even though I have a 1200T MkII and love it, I still prefer the superb ratcheting clasp found first on the 5000T (IOW, I really hate the clasp on my MkII; it's the cheapest element on an otherwise superb watch ). The 5000T was one of my favorite underwater watches. As for "improvements," I'm not convinced that going from the original ETA 2892-A2 to a Soprod A10 qualifies (but admit that, if ETA is no longer available, Soprod is definitely preferable to Sellita). Ditto for the higher depth rating, which will appeal only to the dimwits who think any human could benefit from even a 1200' WR rating. But two factors make this a great new offering: improved lume (Doxa already had good lume on the 5000T, but adding more will improve both brightness and duration); and the introductory price. Frankly, $1990 for this watch is a great deal! Assuming the Sharkhunter and Caribbean will be part of the dial mix, anyone who appreciates the legendary Doxa look and enjoys a great underwater watch will want to grab this.

    As for comparing it to a Seiko, I'd rate my Doxas as good as or better than the Seiko MM300 in both build quality and fit-and-finish. Seiko likely has better QC, but also costs quite a bit more.
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    Re: Pre-release prototype photo for WUS members

    Any difference in weight with my 750t?

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    Re: New DOXA SUB6000T to be released at Baselworld

    Ugh,..has to be gorgeous!

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    New DOXA SUB6000T to be released at Baselworld

    Never can have enough Divingstar options.


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    Re: New DOXA SUB6000T to be released at Baselworld

    Quote Originally Posted by eric198324 View Post
    I am interested in this piece, but I am not sure if the orange dial is versatile enough for my needs. How does Doxa stack up in quality of fit and finish compared to Seiko?
    In my opinion owning several of both, the Doxa is superior. It is sturdier and more robust and while similar at a glance, a Doxa is very much it's own style.

    As for orange, I wore an Orange dial daily for years and years and while I have a more diverse collection today, I get more compliments on Orange than anything else.

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    Re: Pre-release prototype photo for WUS members

    Quote Originally Posted by 'Busa View Post
    Any difference in weight with my 750t?
    A similar watch, I own a 1500t, is significantly heavier in my opinion to my 750 Caribbean. Not unbearable by any means, I wore the 1500 out tonight, and I'm a smaller person with a 6.9 inch wrist.

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    Re: New DOXA SUB6000T to be released at Baselworld

    I wander how DOXA came to a conclusion their watches to be the the world best diver watches.

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