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    Cool 750 GMT Pro was a cool watch but I traded it...

    And I have a 750 Caribbean on the way!!! I couldn't resist!

    I know all of the models are are a matter of personal taste, but the Caribbean GMT was my first choice from the beginning. None were available at the time, so I had a second chance and I didn't want to miss it.

    I don't think you'll see me trading this watch...!

    I do have a question - can anyone tell me the TOTAL production of Caribbean GMT's to be made? Both now AND in the future?

    I did read on this board that they were to be available again, so does that mean that any future Carib GMT's made going forward will be part of the total (200? - is this the correct number?) or in addition to it?

    I see a dealer selling them on the net, so am I correct in assuming they have part of the limited run?


    Thanks in advance for any information. What a great group!
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    Re: 750 GMT Pro was a cool watch but I traded it...

    I have read in previous threads that exact production figures on the various 750T configurations will not be available until after the full 5000 piece run of the 750T are sold. Then we should know. I have a Mil Sharkie, and have heard a 250 count for these (which are now sold out), and am eager to have that confirmed.

    Someone, please correct me if I am off base here.
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    Re: 750 GMT Pro was a cool watch but I traded it...

    Quote Originally Posted by Ocala View Post
    I do have a question - can anyone tell me the TOTAL production of Caribbean GMT's to be made? Both now AND in the future?

    I did read on this board that they were to be available again, so does that mean that any future Carib GMT's made going forward will be part of the total (200? - is this the correct number?) or in addition to it?

    There were a total of 1000 GMT cases produced. They were to be manufactured as follows:

    400 GMT Pros
    200 GMT Divingstars
    200 GMT Sharkhunters
    200 GMT Caribbeans

    Rick did say that these numbers might be adjusted slightly based on demand. Initially, there were 100 GMT DS produced and 100 GMT Caribs produced. Doxa just recently released the second batch of 100 of each. Once all the cases are sold, we should be able to get a concrete number to how many of each were actually produced, but it shouldn't be much different than the above listed numbers.

    Suffice it to say that you just purchased a very exclusive watch!! That was my first, and remains one of my favorites
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    Re: 750 GMT Pro was a cool watch but I traded it...

    Quote Originally Posted by jclevoy View Post
    There were a total of 1000 GMT cases produced. They were to be manufactured as follows:

    400 GMT Pros
    200 GMT Divingstars
    200 GMT Sharkhunters
    200 GMT Caribbeans

    Rick did say that these numbers might be adjusted slightly based on demand. Initially, there were 100 GMT DS produced and 100 GMT Caribs produced. Doxa just recently released the second batch of 100 of each. Once all the cases are sold, we should be able to get a concrete number to how many of each were actually produced, but it shouldn't be much different than the above listed numbers.

    Suffice it to say that you just purchased a very exclusive watch!! That was my first, and remains one of my favorites


    THANKS Jason!

    I did try to get this info by searching the threads here, but either I didn't find the right one or they were all too vague for my thick head.

    I can already see myself waiting for the UPS truck on the 26th...

    I guess for me, Christmas presents come a day late this year!

    MERRY CHRISTMAS ALL!

    Tony
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    Merry Christmas Tony. I anxiously await the pro to arrive.

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    Re: 750 GMT Pro was a cool watch but I traded it...

    Quote Originally Posted by watchu2 View Post
    Merry Christmas Tony. I anxiously await the pro to arrive.
    Merry Christmas to you too Jim. I know EXACTLY how you feel!
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