Blue Dialed Doxa - Which one?
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    Blue Dialed Doxa - Which one?

    After owning three different Professionals (300T, 600T and 1000T) and selling them all, the Doxa bug has bitten me again. But this time around I am looking to go a bit different and pick up a bus dialed one.

    The big decision is to go with either a 1200T NUMA model or find a 1000T TUSA on the secondary market. The big draw for me to the TUSA is the orange minute hand which really makes the watch stand out.

    I am looking for opinions and suggestions from those who either own one or both of these. There is an unworn TUSA on an auction site for the price of a new 1200T NUMA so I am looking to make my move soon.


    Thanks in advance.

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    Re: Blue Dialed Doxa - Which one?

    Quote Originally Posted by USARHSOE View Post
    After owning three different Professionals (300T, 600T and 1000T) and selling them all, the Doxa bug has bitten me again. But this time around I am looking to go a bit different and pick up a bus dialed one.

    The big decision is to go with either a 1200T NUMA model or find a 1000T TUSA on the secondary market. The big draw for me to the TUSA is the orange minute hand which really makes the watch stand out.

    I am looking for opinions and suggestions from those who either own one or both of these. There is an unworn TUSA on an auction site for the price of a new 1200T NUMA so I am looking to make my move soon.


    Thanks in advance.
    Hi, did you pick the TUSA? would love to see pictures

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    Re: Blue Dialed Doxa - Which one?

    Quote Originally Posted by USARHSOE View Post
    After owning three different Professionals (300T, 600T and 1000T) and selling them all, the Doxa bug has bitten me again. But this time around I am looking to go a bit different and pick up a bus dialed one.

    The big decision is to go with either a 1200T NUMA model or find a 1000T TUSA on the secondary market. The big draw for me to the TUSA is the orange minute hand which really makes the watch stand out.

    I am looking for opinions and suggestions from those who either own one or both of these. There is an unworn TUSA on an auction site for the price of a new 1200T NUMA so I am looking to make my move soon.


    Thanks in advance.
    I don't know how I missed this thread (it must have been while I was traveling), but I own both and you can not go wrong with either one. They both wear great, they wear differently because of case back differences and case thickness, but still great. So take a coin out of your pocket, flip it, and buy the winner. Once the winner's on your wrist, start saving for the loser.

    Here are a few photos of mine, to tide you over in the meantime.



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    Re: Blue Dialed Doxa - Which one?

    [/QUOTE]
    This beauty TUSA...aboard of beauty Nauticat...and on the background the beauty Ocean Frontiers...oh man that brings back fond memories of Searaider...is it February yet?
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    Re: Blue Dialed Doxa - Which one?

    Quote Originally Posted by MTJO View Post
    This beauty TUSA...aboard of beauty Nauticat...and on the background the beauty Ocean Frontiers...oh man that brings back fond memories of Searaider...is it February yet?[/QUOTE]

    Yes...home base dead ahead!
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