Can we expect a Searambler 1000T in the near future?

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    Can we expect a Searambler 1000T in the near future?

    cheers

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    Hi Steve, not in the pipeline due to the lack of interest over the past 2 years, only a very few Searamblers were sold of the SUB750T edition, unfortunately, the demand increased after we announced that it was sold out. But you know anyway that if there is interest, we'll make it. anything from 20 orders upwards will give you SUB1000T Searambler next spring

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    Re: Can we expect a Searambler 1000T in the near future?

    Thats something that many forumers have been requesting but strangely Doxa have yet to commit to .

    A Searambler in the 1000T case would surely be my next purchase.....if it were to happen. Couldn't buy the 750 Searambler due to the large sized case.

    I also think I'd really like the Searambler to have both hour and minute hands in black.
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    Re: Can we expect a Searambler 1000T in the near future?

    Quote Originally Posted by hakim View Post
    Thats something that many forumers have been requesting but strangely Doxa have yet to commit to .

    A Searambler in the 1000T case would surely be my next purchase.....if it were to happen. Couldn't buy the 750 Searambler due to the large sized case.

    I also think I'd really like the Searambler to have both hour and minute hands in black.

    RICK? What's the chance? There are a lot of people who'd like a Searambler 1000T.

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    Re: Can we expect a Searambler 1000T in the near future?

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    Re: Can we expect a Searambler 1000T in the near future?

    Rick, we know your very busy but we're still waiting for a reply.

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    Re: Can we expect a Searambler 1000T in the near future?

    Maybe hold a poll and see how many here are willing to commit to buying one if they do release it.

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    Re: Can we expect a Searambler 1000T in the near future?

    Not very encouraging news from Doxa about lack of interest, but I think Doxa should have a Searambler on permanant offering, even if they manufacture small batches.

    After the Professional, the Searambler is the next Doxa I like best. Didn't buy the 750 because the case is too large as an everyday watch for me .

    I'd definetly buy one in the 1000T case size
    Breitling: Avenger Chrono, Navitimer
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    Re: Can we expect a Searambler 1000T in the near future?

    Quote Originally Posted by hakim View Post
    Not very encouraging news from Doxa about lack of interest, but I think Doxa should have a Searambler on permanant offering, even if they manufacture small batches.

    After the Professional, the Searambler is the next Doxa I like best. Didn't buy the 750 because the case is too large as an everyday watch for me .

    I'd definetly buy one in the 1000T case size
    Dear Hakim, we will build what you demand, if there is a significant interest in a SUB1000T Searambler, then we sure will build it. Please feel free to start a poll and rest assured, that we will consider it

    all the best
    Rick

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    Re: Can we expect a Searambler 1000T in the near future?

    Quote Originally Posted by DOXA S.A. View Post
    Dear Hakim, we will build what you demand, if there is a significant interest in a SUB1000T Searambler, then we sure will build it. Please feel free to start a poll and rest assured, that we will consider it

    all the best
    Rick
    Great news! Thank you Rick for that! :thanks

    Well Gentlemen, lets get the Searamble poll going.
    Breitling: Avenger Chrono, Navitimer
    Marathon: TSAR
    Rolex: GMT Master "Pepsi", Yachtmaster, GMT Master Ceramic, Submariner, Sub 5513, Sea Dweller, Explorer II, Daytona
    Seiko MarineMaster, Tunacan
    Tudor: Heritage
    Doxa: Sub 1200T

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    Re: Can we expect a Searambler 1000T in the near future?

    OK, the Searambler poll is up and running. Please vote and add your comments too.

    I was thinking we could maybe see where the most interest lies, i.e. Searambler versions of the 750T, 1000T and the new 40th T-Graph or any other.

    Also, people could express serious intentions to buy or just interest in the watch.
    Last edited by hakim; October 31st, 2007 at 12:35.
    Breitling: Avenger Chrono, Navitimer
    Marathon: TSAR
    Rolex: GMT Master "Pepsi", Yachtmaster, GMT Master Ceramic, Submariner, Sub 5513, Sea Dweller, Explorer II, Daytona
    Seiko MarineMaster, Tunacan
    Tudor: Heritage
    Doxa: Sub 1200T

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