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    750t Mil Pro

    Is there a chance to get an updated "chiming in " of 750t Mil Pro owners? I know the last thread on this had my specific watch passed on from 3 different owners. Soooooo.........I have #1132! :thanks

    KB

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    Re: 750t Mil Pro

    Number 1147 still in plastic in Toronto!
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    Still in the plastic???? You gonna keep it that way?

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    Re: 750t Mil Pro

    I have 1140...oh wait, nevermind, it's actually a Sharkhunter .
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    Re: 750t Mil Pro

    Number 1140. Like Michael's still in it's plastic.

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    Last edited by jmoors; April 2nd, 2010 at 21:03.

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    Thanks, John! Man, the discipline to keep her in the plastic!!!

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    Re: 750t Mil Pro

    Forgive me, if this appears to be a stupid question but can I ask why you guys are keeping them still in the plastic?

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    Re: 750t Mil Pro

    Quote Originally Posted by romeo-1 View Post
    I have 1140...oh wait, nevermind, it's actually a Sharkhunter .
    It seems the serial numbers may have been used on more than one model of 750T (makes sense in a way). Have a look below at John's post.

    Quote Originally Posted by jmoors View Post
    Number 1140. Like Michael's still in it's plastic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by doubledee View Post
    Forgive me, if this appears to be a stupid question but can I ask why you guys are keeping them still in the plastic?
    A rare watch used is still a rare watch. These being still new (NOS) will keep their value at it's peak. I know you'd think one would want to wear them (I understand that too), but I know both of these Collectors (had the pleasure to vacation with them a year and a half ago), and trust me... they are not left wanting for Doxa's to wear!
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    Re: 750t Mil Pro

    sorry I sent prematurely!

    1131-
    1132-coveryour6
    1133-
    1134-
    1135-griff609
    1136-
    1137-
    1138-bluther2
    1139-
    1140-jmoors
    1141-
    1142-
    1143-
    1144-
    1145-
    1146-
    1147-MTJO
    1148-
    1149-
    1150-

    I believe the starting and ending serial numbers are accurate. If someone knows otherwise, please let me know

    Thanks again,

    KB
    Last edited by coveryour6; April 5th, 2010 at 04:06. Reason: update

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    Re: 750t Mil Pro

    I wear mine pretty regularly and have taken it diving too. Has that perfect 750T size, and the PVD is very very well done, IMHO and I have several to compare.



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