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    DOXA Military 750 New Shots

    Well, since my 5000T won't be arriving till maybe after Xmas [are you reading this 'Santa'?] thought I'd share some pics of my other favorite DOXA. Almost traded it for a Carib 750, glad I didn't.

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    Re: DOXA Military 750 New Shots

    Nice piece! Continued good health to enjoy it.
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    Re: DOXA Military 750 New Shots

    I always really like the mil PVD one, shame I didn't get one before they sold out.
    I have too many watches.....

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    Re: DOXA Military 750 New Shots

    Very nice, you better hang on to that one! Great shots too.
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    Re: DOXA Military 750 New Shots

    Nate, those are some great pics of one very cool watch. You have really been on a tear lately, and picked up some great watches. Great collection. I am really looking forward to your thoughts on the incoming 5000T. I had to hold myself back from getting one, but you never know :0)

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    Re: DOXA Military 750 New Shots

    Quote Originally Posted by DEMO111 View Post
    Very nice, you better hang on to that one! Great shots too.
    Nothing compared to your photos! Wish I had that talent

    Quote Originally Posted by Len S View Post
    Nate, those are some great pics of one very cool watch. You have really been on a tear lately, and picked up some great watches. Great collection. I am really looking forward to your thoughts on the incoming 5000T. I had to hold myself back from getting one, but you never know :0)

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    I know Len, you help me go nuts with the Planet Ocean & trying to stop myself from picking up the Chronograph version too. I will give it a good review as long as it gets here!
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    Re: DOXA Military 750 New Shots

    Nice pics. I have a Mil Sharkie and I love it, very cool. Your photos show the bracelet nicely.
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    Re: DOXA Military 750 New Shots

    Can't wait, my friend.

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    Re: DOXA Military 750 New Shots

    Nice shots man!! I'm really surprised that they've lasted this long. Nineteen hours, that must be a new record.
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    Re: DOXA Military 750 New Shots

    very cool shots indeed.

    How does the pvd hold up?

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