A Dive Table of Doxas

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    A Dive Table of Doxas

    While I wait with you all for the incoming Subconquering T-Graphs, I held a little meeting on my desk, and the Doxas all came. Yes, I was bored but this helped!
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    Re: A Dive Table of Doxas

    Dave,
    Very nice collection. Love the vintage sharkie.
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    Re: A Dive Table of Doxas

    I gotta' get myself a vintage sharkie!

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    Re: A Dive Table of Doxas

    Dave, you have gotten a very nice collection in a very short time!!!
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    Re: A Dive Table of Doxas

    Thank you, Jason. I have tried to get examples that I want to wear and are a bit different, hence no orange till now (5000T). Nothing against orange at all, and I would love to get a vintage pro sometime, and the 750 Pro looks great. The GMT and the Mil Shark are 2 of my overall favourite watches and get plenty of wrist time, and I think it's mainly due to the wearability of the 750 case - it is so comfortable. I hope the 5000 is the same, and is not too unwieldy.
    The vintage 300 T shark will always be special - my first Doxa and I can't imagine ever selling it.
    Dave

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    Re: A Dive Table of Doxas

    Nice collection there.

    I'm liking the military 750 more and more. Pity they are all gone!
    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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