SUB 1200T on a 6¼" or so wrist
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    SUB 1200T on a 6¼" or so wrist

    I've definitely benefitted from this sub-forum, so thought I should contribute.
    My wrist is 6¼" or so with a flat-ish profile. I hope this helps somebody to decide on a DOXA one day!

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    Re: SUB 1200T on a 6¼" or so wrist

    Great pic that will be a helpful reference.

    Enjoy it.

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    Re: SUB 1200T on a 6¼" or so wrist

    Thanks for that. Wish everyone would state their wrist size when showing or doing a review. Also nice to know L2L

    Looks great on your wrist. Great watch.

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    Re: SUB 1200T on a 6¼" or so wrist

    Cheers!
    Length of the SUB 1200T is 45mm according to the DOXA website. No calipers, but my trusty ruler confirms it is close from lug end to lug end.

    Quote Originally Posted by tinknocker View Post
    Thanks for that. Wish everyone would state their wrist size when showing or doing a review. Also nice to know L2L

    Looks great on your wrist. Great watch.


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    Re: SUB 1200T on a 6¼" or so wrist

    Searambler on 6.25"




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    Re: SUB 1200T on a 6¼" or so wrist

    Hi guys,

    Great pics!

    I dream long ago about a DOXA 1200 t because I have not a wide wrist 16,5 cm.
    But unfortunately I can not have, because in my country, there are rigid restrictions to transfer.

    -Oleg

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    Re: SUB 1200T on a 6¼" or so wrist

    I, too, have small wrists(6.5-6.75), so I was reluctant to go that big. I'm not so worried now..

    Thanks for the pics!!!

    Searambler on 6.25"



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    Re: SUB 1200T on a 6¼" or so wrist

    DOXA SUB 5000T SHARKHUNTER MILITARY EDITION ON 61/2 INCH WRIST. I BELIEVE LUG TO LUG IS 48MM

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