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    Question 1200 vs 750 vs 800ti

    Ok, I've tried to find some pictures to compare these 3 watches. I have an 800Ti pro, but am considering picking up a Searambler in the future. I'm trying to figure out which size would fit better and wondered if any of this huge group of doxaholics has any version of those three that they could take a picture together for comparison. I know the 750 searamblers are sold out new so I'd have to buy used but still would like to consider it.

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    Re: 1200 vs 750 vs 800ti

    Not to ride on the OP's coat-tails, but I'm also curious about this. I have a 750T Sharkhunter and have been considering a Searambler or Pro and thinking about a 1200T. I've never handled one and was wondering if in fact the 1200T is the same shape as the 750 (just in a smaller package) or if the 1200 is a different shape, as well as being smaller. The 1200 appears to be a bit 'squarer' in pictures but I'm not sure if that's just an illusion.

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    Re: 1200 vs 750 vs 800ti

    Quote Originally Posted by JBPilot View Post
    Ok, I've tried to find some pictures to compare these 3 watches. I have an 800Ti pro, but am considering picking up a Searambler in the future. I'm trying to figure out which size would fit better and wondered if any of this huge group of doxaholics has any version of those three that they could take a picture together for comparison. I know the 750 searamblers are sold out new so I'd have to buy used but still would like to consider it.
    Here's one of the 750T vs 800Ti. Not my image, just one I found during my search of what Doxa to get as I was concerned that the 1200T might wear too small for my liking. If you like the 800Ti size then the 750T is probably the one you want. If you feel you could go smaller than the 800Ti then the 1200T will probably suit you just fine. I ended up getting a 5000T Pro COSC and it is now one of my favorite watches. I have a 7" wrist and prefer 44-45mm watches with >30mm dial size.

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    Re: 1200 vs 750 vs 800ti

    One more that may help you compare the two case sizes. Again, not my image, I believe this one is from Flying Doctor's website which is a really helpful resource with lots of comparison pics: DOXA SUB 300T

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    Re: 1200 vs 750 vs 800ti

    Quote Originally Posted by anonsurfer View Post
    Here's one of the 750T vs 800Ti. Not my image, just one I found during my search of what Doxa to get as I was concerned that the 1200T might wear too small for my liking. If you like the 800Ti size then the 750T is probably the one you want. If you feel you could go smaller than the 800Ti then the 1200T will probably suit you just fine. I ended up getting a 5000T Pro COSC and it is now one of my favorite watches. I have a 7" wrist and prefer 44-45mm watches with >30mm dial size.
    Anon, thank you for the comparison pics. I really appreciate it. Makes me think I need to wait for a 750T to come up on the market. I'd still like to see a side by side by side if anyone has all 3 (in any color combination) if you can. Thanks again!

    And no worries logan, I figured someone else would like to see that as well.
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    Re: 1200 vs 750 vs 800ti

    I believe the Sub 1500T is close to the 750T in size (same size as the 5000, but with the non-metallic indicies). The difference being that the 1500T has a domed crystal and an HRV, whereas the 750T crystal is flat and there is no HRV.

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