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    Re: Sneak Peak: 50th Anniversary SUB300 Protoype!

    And I'm in. Going to be a long wait, but this is too good to pass up. Doxa has really stepped up to the plate on this one, the attention to detail is spot on.
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    Re: Sneak Peak: 50th Anniversary SUB300 Protoype!

    Keep the dial "clean" please!

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    Is everyone (other than me) going with a pro? I bet these sell fast!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Genebe View Post
    Is everyone (other than me) going with a pro? I bet these sell fast!
    I went with a Pro, but may cave like a house of cards and pick up a Sharkhunter as well. Resistance may in fact be futile...
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    Re: Sneak Peak: 50th Anniversary SUB300 Protoype!

    Quick question...Was Clive Cussler's 300T picured here from another thread (not my pic) what this 300T reissue based on???


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    Re: Sneak Peak: 50th Anniversary SUB300 Protoype!

    Quote Originally Posted by El Loco Norwegian View Post
    IMO the dial is very clean and nice, and "original", without any COSC marking. I'm sure the caseback will reflect that it is a COSC movement, and as a wearer of the watch you will know what quality of movement you have.
    The Seawolf has it:



    And I like, without the pompous "certified superlative bla bla" used by another brand. ;)

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    Re: Sneak Peak: 50th Anniversary SUB300 Protoype!

    Quote Originally Posted by perfectlykevin View Post
    Quick question...Was Clive Cussler's 300T picured here from another thread (not my pic) what this 300T reissue based on???


    That is an aftermarket bracelet, not from any DOXA.

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    Re: Sneak Peak: 50th Anniversary SUB300 Protoype!

    Oh yeah, I meant the case and such. Is this also a first generation Sub?

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    Re: Sneak Peak: 50th Anniversary SUB300 Protoype!

    Quote Originally Posted by perfectlykevin View Post
    Oh yeah, I meant the case and such. Is this also a first generation Sub?

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    Looks more like this, with the no t dial, lume dot near the date window, and domed crystal.



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    Re: Sneak Peak: 50th Anniversary SUB300 Protoype!

    I'm in for a Sharkhunter. These look great.
    Current:
    Rolex Sea-Dweller 116600
    Rolex Submariner 114060
    Seiko SRPA21
    Evant Tropic Diver 300
    Citizen BN0151-09L

    Gone with some regrets:
    Seiko SBDX017 (x2), Doxa 300 50th Sharkhunter, Seiko SBBN031, Seiko SBBN017, Doxa 1500T SR, Doxa 5000T Caribbean COSC, Seiko SBBN015, Stowa Seatime Prodiver (x2), Seiko SKX009K, Precista PRS-18A, SAS SEA-01 Classic II, Stowa Seatime, Omega Seamaster PO 2200.50, Omega Speedmaster 3573.50, IWC Aquatimer 3568-06, Doxa 5000t Sharkhunter, Breitling Superocean Steelfish A17390, Armida A1, Pam 111, Seiko SRP777, Seiko SRP773, Oris Diver Small Seconds Date, Oris TT1 Titan 44mm, Ocean 7 LM-6, Seiko SKX009J, Orient OS300 Sat Diver, Deep Blue Ocean Diver 500, Deep Blue Sun Diver, Tag Heuer Link, RXW MM20 (2X), Ollech & Wajs XXL, Riedenschild Dark Sea Diver 1, Ollech & Wajs 42mm something or other, Seiko Black Monster (2x), Seiko Atlas Land Monster, Glycine Incursore, Bernhardt Sea Shark, and a few others I can't remember...

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