Choose my new 1200T

View Poll Results: Which 1200T do I choose?

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  • Professional

    7 25.00%
  • Searambler

    7 25.00%
  • Sharkhunter

    1 3.57%
  • Project Aware

    5 17.86%
  • Numa

    8 28.57%
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    DOXA Forum Moderator subkrawler's Avatar
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    Choose my new 1200T

    It's been a long time since I bought a new Sub. The last one being my Tusa in 2008. My collection is mostly made up of 750Ts (1 Sharkhunter, 1 Divingstar, 1 Searambler, 3 Caribbeans) but I do have a 1000T (Tusa), and a 5000T (Pro). Being that I'm geared more toward the classic features, the 1200T seems like my next logical choice. But here lies the dilemma...which do I choose?

    Do I choose a Pro, so there's more iconic orange in my collection?

    Do I choose a Searambler since my daily wear 750T Searambler is heading off for service?

    Do I choose a Sharkhunter, because they're really cool?

    Do I choose a turquoise Project Aware, because they're super unique, and support a great cause? Or...

    Do I choose a dark blue Numa, because that's what Sandecker would choose, and they're about to sell out?

    Since I can't decide, I'm going to let you choose for me. Vote in the poll which one you think I should get, and when the poll is over, that's the one I'll pull the trigger on. Vote soon, as it'll only be open for a short time. I mean, I don't want to have to wait all summer.
    "The most beautiful objects are those built for purpose. Few things are more thrilling than the unrestrained use of tools most have mistaken for luxuries" -unknown

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    Re: Choose my new 1200T

    My vote goes to the Dark blue NUMA because it will complement your great collection of Caribbeans (Or CaRRibbeans) quite nicely.
    Best Regards,
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    Re: Choose my new 1200T

    Dilemma indeed. Since it can only be one, my vote is for Searambler.

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    Re: Choose my new 1200T

    Quote Originally Posted by nymfan View Post
    Dilemma indeed. Since it can only be one, my vote is for Searambler.
    Thanks John, the Searambler would be a great choice for sure, but don't forget to vote in the poll. I'm basing my decision on poll votes only.
    "The most beautiful objects are those built for purpose. Few things are more thrilling than the unrestrained use of tools most have mistaken for luxuries" -unknown

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    Re: Choose my new 1200T

    Sorry about that. Wasn't able to view the actual poll from the mobile.

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    Re: Choose my new 1200T

    One for the Project Aware, because of the reasons you state and because it'll be adding to an already broad and nicely distributed collection of Doxas.

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    Re: Choose my new 1200T

    When I decided I wanted to add a Doxa to my collection I was torn between the 1200T Professional and the 1200T Sharkhunter. After looking at lots of photos I decided to get the 1200T Professional for my first Doxa and then add a 1200T Sharkhunter later. I'm happy with the decision. Cheers, Bill P.


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    Re: Choose my new 1200T

    Since the 1200t is an homnage watch to those Doxa subs of the 60's nothing screams classic/vintage like this watch in iconic orange.
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    Re: Choose my new 1200T

    Quote Originally Posted by nymfan View Post
    Sorry about that. Wasn't able to view the actual poll from the mobile.
    No problem, John...thanks for the vote.
    "The most beautiful objects are those built for purpose. Few things are more thrilling than the unrestrained use of tools most have mistaken for luxuries" -unknown

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    Re: Choose my new 1200T

    Well, the poll has spoken, and the winner is the 1200T NUMA. It's interesting though how the results progressed. At first, the Project Aware started off strong until the Searambler caught up. Then the NUMA caught up, with the Pro lagging behind. Then the Pro caught up with the Searambler, but the Project Aware fell behind. For the past two days, it was a three-way tie between the Pro, Searambler, and the NUMA, but in the last few hours the NUMA finally jumped ahead. Interesting that there was only one vote for the Sharkhunter. Anyway...thank you all for placing your votes, and for helping me choose my next Sub. Now to go and place that order.
    "The most beautiful objects are those built for purpose. Few things are more thrilling than the unrestrained use of tools most have mistaken for luxuries" -unknown

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