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    Chunky & Funky

    A HUGE thank you to Lab-guy Mike for the lead on this rarely seen NOS Doxa. :cheers:
    These were produced in the early 80's after Aubrey purchased Doxa/Synchron this one still has/had the sticker on the crystal and not a mark on it.


    39mm wide x 47mm lug to lug w/ 20mm bracelet (also untouched) and 14mm tall - chunky but definitely not "hamburger" tall like some of my beloved Sinn watches.


    At the 6:00 marker (shark tooth or homeplate??) has the T Swiss Made T


    This watch is powered by the automatic DOXA caliber 5910 17 jewel movement, which is an ETA 2783 at 28800 bph, with a power reserve of 44 hours and has a quickset date.


    Unique without be freakish, Different without screaming Look at me - In short, this whole thing just works for me.






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    Re: Chunky & Funky

    Wow - she’s a beauty ! Congrats !


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    Re: Chunky & Funky

    It's a cool watch and I had a Spirotechnique branded version. I liked the winding crown at the 4 o'clock position with the crown guards. It's a departure from the typical Doxa case look. I nearly bought a Doxa version with a Sharkhunter dial.
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    Re: Chunky & Funky

    Thanks, guys!

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    Re: Chunky & Funky

    Bravo! I love it. Where did you find this?
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    Re: Chunky & Funky

    Wow! Congrats on that rare beauty! It always amazes me where these NOS Aubry era 600Ts manifest from. I love how those wear. I have a hard time switching to a different timekeeper when I wear my Spirotechnique.
    Omar Montaño

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    Re: Chunky & Funky

    Quote Originally Posted by Formula1980 View Post
    Wow! Congrats on that rare beauty! It always amazes me where these NOS Aubry era 600Ts manifest from. I love how those wear. I have a hard time switching to a different timekeeper when I wear my Spirotechnique.
    Thanks and yes! Despite its lines/angles it wears incredibly comfortable and looks great, too!

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    Re: Chunky & Funky

    Quote Originally Posted by euro-rs View Post
    It's a cool watch and I had a Spirotechnique branded version. I liked the winding crown at the 4 o'clock position with the crown guards. It's a departure from the typical Doxa case look. I nearly bought a Doxa version with a Sharkhunter dial.
    The Spirotechniques are wonderful!
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    Omar Montaño

    Auricoste Spirotechnique
    Auricoste Nouvelle Spirotechnique
    Blancpain Aqua Lung No Radiations
    Doxa Sub 300 Professional Black Lung Reissue
    Doxa Sub 300 Sharkhunter Black Lung Reissue
    Doxa Sub 300T Professional
    Doxa Sub 300T Sharkhunter US Divers
    Doxa Sub 300T Sharkhunter US Divers/Synchron
    Doxa Sub 300T Divingstar Poseidon Reissue
    Doxa Sub 600T Professional Spirotechnique
    Doxa Sub 1200T Sharkhunter
    Doxa Sub Mission 31
    IWC Aquatimer 2000 Ref. 3568
    IWC Aquatimer 2000 Ref. 3538
    IWC Aquatimer Chronograph Ref. 3719
    IWC Aquatimer Chronograph Cousteau Ref. 3767
    Jenny Caribbean 300 Black/Yellow
    Jenny Caribbean 300 Blue/White
    Tudor Submariner 94110

    "The best way to observe a fish is to become a fish" - Jacques-Yves Cousteau

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