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    Doxa Military

    Are the specs of Doxa Military watches any different from their regular line? Is there any special "cushoning" system to protect the mechanism while firing a weapon or even using heavy machinery? Which military in the world acutally gets "issued" doxa watches?

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    Re: Doxa Military

    Quote Originally Posted by polak187 View Post
    Are the specs of Doxa Military watches any different from their regular line? Is there any special "cushoning" system to protect the mechanism while firing a weapon or even using heavy machinery? Which military in the world acutally gets "issued" doxa watches?

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    They are the same as the other Sub750 versions, except of course they are PVD coated. They chose the name Military due to its stealthy look (I believe), they are not issued officially to any military units. It's just a name, like Tactical or Commando........

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    It would have to be one small military to be issued DOXAs, as there were only 100 Military Sharkhunters made :)
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    Re: Doxa Military

    Only 100 were made?

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    Re: Doxa Military

    Quote Originally Posted by Goffsroad
    Only 100 were made?

    .... And here's one of them!

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    Re: Doxa Military

    Quote Originally Posted by QWKDTSN View Post
    It would have to be one small military to be issued DOXAs, as there were only 100 Military Sharkhunters made :)
    I believe the Liechtenstein Navy's submarine sonar operators were issued the Doxa 750T Military Sharkhunter.

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    Re: Doxa Military

    Quote Originally Posted by goffsroad View Post
    Only 100 were made?
    Don't worry website says 5000 sub750 are made. Still a small army.

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    Re: Doxa Military

    I have one in New Jersey (97).





    Quote Originally Posted by BrianS View Post
    Here's another one.. That only leaves 98!


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    Re: Doxa Military

    Quote Originally Posted by polak187 View Post
    Don't worry website says 5000 sub750 are made. Still a small army.
    The 5000 unit figure is a total of 750Ts which include all variations. The 100 Mil-sharkies are part of that 5000 unit run.

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    Re: Doxa Military

    Quote Originally Posted by QWKDTSN View Post
    only 100 Military Sharkhunters made :)
    I wonder if the 30 COSC Mil-sharkies, that were made for an AD, are part of that 100 unit figure?
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