300T Sharkhunter & A Cousteau Read
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    300T Sharkhunter & A Cousteau Read

    Thought I would share this from the "Diver & Book" thread in the Divers Watch Forum.

    Jean-Michel Cousteau's "My Father, The Captain"
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    Re: 300T Sharkhunter & A Cousteau Read

    Nice! I used to own a vintage 300T sharkhunter like that. Sold it when I shouldn't have - and for the wrong reasons (I had a new(er) 1000T that I was wearing more regularly). Something I'll have to replace some day, I think.
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    Re: 300T Sharkhunter & A Cousteau Read

    Quote Originally Posted by TheWalrus View Post
    Nice! I used to own a vintage 300T sharkhunter like that. Sold it when I shouldn't have - and for the wrong reasons (I had a new(er) 1000T that I was wearing more regularly). Something I'll have to replace some day, I think.

    Thanks! I won't part with this one, I'm way too attached. However, I do want a 1200T to dive with. Dimensionally, That 1200T is insanely close to these Synchron generation 300Ts. So far, "surprises" keep me from pulling that trigger.
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    Re: 300T Sharkhunter & A Cousteau Read

    Quote Originally Posted by Formula1980 View Post

    Thanks! I won't part with this one, I'm way too attached. However, I do want a 1200T to dive with. Dimensionally, That 1200T is insanely close to these Synchron generation 300Ts. So far, "surprises" keep me from pulling that trigger.
    You're avatar has given me an idea - Doxa really needs to release a special edition in honour of the restoration and re-launching of the Calypso. Maybe 1941 watches to commemorate the launching of the vessel. Thinking white dial maybe? Or green.
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