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    DOXA SUB 750T Revisited

    Guys, been a while since I posted but here's a quick 750T Revisited article I just finished.

    https://watchwabi.com/doxa-sub-750t-revisited/


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    Re: DOXA SUB 750T Revisited

    Quote Originally Posted by Flyingdoctor View Post
    Guys, been a while since I posted but here's a quick 750T Revisited article I just finished.

    https://watchwabi.com/doxa-sub-750t-revisited/


    Excellent article! Many thanks and all the best from London!

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    Re: DOXA SUB 750T Revisited

    Thank you for posting this article!! Hoping we see another like the 750T at Basel this year. Missing a larger sized Doxa on my wrist at times :)

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    Thanks for the good read.
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    Re: DOXA SUB 750T Revisited

    Hi Pete,
    Thanks for that great read mate, glad you stumped up for another 750T after that journey ....
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    Re: DOXA SUB 750T Revisited

    Quote Originally Posted by Flyingdoctor View Post
    Guys, been a while since I posted but here's a quick 750T Revisited article I just finished.

    https://watchwabi.com/doxa-sub-750t-revisited/


    Great write-up on the 750T! This is my favorite Doxa model as well, although my introduction to Doxa was actually the M31. For me the 750T is the perfect size. My only "gripe" is that it has a fused BOR bracelet.

    I'd love to add a CaRRibbean or even a COSC Caribbean to my collection, and some day a White Shark too. But for now I only have two 750s in my collection:

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    Doxa SUB Mission 31 (mission worn)
    Doxa SUB 200T T-Graph Searambler
    Doxa SUB 750T COSC Divingstar
    Doxa SUB 750T COSC MilShark
    Doxa SUB 5000T MilShark (#0052)

    Dreams:
    Doxa SUB 300T Poseidon (original)
    Doxa SUB 600 T-Graph Searambler
    Doxa SUB 750T COSC Caribbean

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    Re: DOXA SUB 750T Revisited

    Love it, thx!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by El Loco Norwegian View Post
    Great write-up on the 750T! This is my favorite Doxa model as well, although my introduction to Doxa was actually the M31. For me the 750T is the perfect size. My only "gripe" is that it has a fused BOR bracelet.

    I'd love to add a CaRRibbean or even a COSC Caribbean to my collection, and some day a White Shark too. But for now I only have two 750s in my collection:

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    2 pearlers there!!

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    Thanks for revisiting the 750T! Like others, the 750T is my favorite DOXA model as well. I almost sold mine in a moment of weakness last year, but I'm glad that I didn't. It gets more wrist time than the 1200T Professional and the 300T Divingstar Poseidon Edition that I bought to replace it. The 750T is comfortable to wear, lays flat on the wrist, and the 14mm height is not too tall. Unlike others, I actually like the brushed, fused beads of rice bracelet. I find it to be very comfortable and not as "BLINGY" as the polished bracelets.

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    Re: DOXA SUB 750T Revisited

    Quote Originally Posted by DaveandStu View Post
    2 pearlers there!!
    Cheers, mate! They came along at just the right time. Both of them COSC, and both made in just 20pcs each.
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    Reality:
    Doxa SUB Mission 31 (mission worn)
    Doxa SUB 200T T-Graph Searambler
    Doxa SUB 750T COSC Divingstar
    Doxa SUB 750T COSC MilShark
    Doxa SUB 5000T MilShark (#0052)

    Dreams:
    Doxa SUB 300T Poseidon (original)
    Doxa SUB 600 T-Graph Searambler
    Doxa SUB 750T COSC Caribbean

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