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    Back in the Doxa club

    I had a 600T Pro about a year and a half ago. I have always admired the 600 T-Graph, even more so than the new one (I like 3 subdials). Here is a quick wrist shot. I miss the polished links of the 600 and might be tempted to fool with this bracelet but I am a big fan of originality. Anyway, kinda missed viewing this forum and glad to be back.
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    Re: Back in the Doxa club

    Welcome back, I really like the graph you have, nice watch.
    Great pic of you and your son, way to go!
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    Re: Back in the Doxa club

    Welcome back. As far as the polished beads go you've got two options. you can polish the OEM and brush with the scotchbrite if you think you might flip. Or get the GMT and polish that and keep the OEM pristine. I think the polished rice beads look so much better, that I've never been able to leave them brushed.

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    Re: Back in the Doxa club

    Welcome back and glad to see that you finally got the 600 T-Graph that you'd been wanting.

    Now all you need to do is take it diving with us in Cayman this year.
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    Re: Back in the Doxa club

    Congrats!!

    You came back to the forum with a SLAM-DUNK watch
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    Re: Back in the Doxa club

    congrats!
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    Re: Back in the Doxa club

    Quote Originally Posted by lhanddds View Post
    I had a 600T Pro about a year and a half ago. I have always admired the 600 T-Graph, even more so than the new one (I like 3 subdials). Here is a quick wrist shot. I miss the polished links of the 600 and might be tempted to fool with this bracelet but I am a big fan of originality. Anyway, kinda missed viewing this forum and glad to be back.
    Very nice, I have recently added new DOXA 1000T to my collection and I am very pleased... Wear in good health.
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    Re: Back in the Doxa club

    Thanks for the tip. I seem to remember there was an in depth demo on how to polish the beads. I'll have to check the archives.

    My Son and I, St. Thomas
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    Enicar Sherpa Guide GMT
    Omega Seamaster Soccer Timer
    Breitling Navitimer 806
    IWC Mark XVIII
    Heuer Autavia 11630


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    Re: Back in the Doxa club

    Sweet watch, Welcome back! Of all the Doxa's I didn't buy, I regret the 3 dial 600T Graph Pro the most.
    Regards, T Bone.

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    Re: Back in the Doxa club

    That is a primo watch. I've always wanted the T-Graph Pro 3-register but the stars never aligned. Enjoy it.
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