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    Doxa sub1200 on 7.5" wrist?

    I'm wondering how the Sub1200t looks on a 7.5" or so wrist? I'd appreciate a a picture or two. Thanks

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    Re: Doxa sub1200 on 7.5" wrist?

    Here you are, that's my size


    And that was my 1200T Pro (I get back one in the close future)

    But I am happy with my lemon



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    Re: Doxa sub1200 on 7.5" wrist?

    wears a little big imo.

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    Re: Doxa sub1200 on 7.5" wrist?

    It doesn´t, may be it is the perspective but I am use to 38 and 36 watches, but this one seats perfectly

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    Re: Doxa sub1200 on 7.5" wrist?

    Here are some quick shots on my 7.5" wrist. As M_B says, the perspective is likely why it might look larger than it is. The last shot below gives a better perspective on how the case really is fully within the width of my wrist, and even it doesn't show it as in real life. I have at least 3/8" of wrist, on each side, outside the lugs. The 1200T is a fantastic fit for a 7.5" wrist.

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    Apologies for the un-retouched phone photos--weird lighting at work & no access to my (limited) editing tools here are restrictive.

    For a bit more info, I once owned a Benarus Moray 2. At 44mm, it was just too large for me so I moved it & acquired the 1200T. At 42mm, this one's a much better fit and I'll be holding onto it.
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    Re: Doxa sub1200 on 7.5" wrist?

    The SUB 1200t is an ideal size on a +/-7.5" wrist, imo.

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    Re: Doxa sub1200 on 7.5" wrist?

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    Re: Doxa sub1200 on 7.5" wrist?

    I have a 7" wrist. The watch fits superbly. They wear a lot smaller than 42mm.
    Have:
    1990 Roamer 200m diver, Quartz
    1991 Tag Heuer GMT quartz
    1999 Rolex Sub 16610.
    2010 Monster Orange, Strela
    2012 Rolex Exp 1.
    2013 Omega PO Liquidmetal LE, Omega SMP, 1999 model, Omega PO 42mm 2500D
    2017 Doxa 1200T Caribbean, Longines Legend Diver, Tudor BB Dark.
    2018 Tudor BB RaSP, xx/75 and xx/75, Doxa Divingstar, Pre-moon Speedmaster, Tag Monza
    2019 Seamaster Chrono, 1962, 321 movement, Speedmaster Teutonic, Tudor BB58

    Had:
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    2007-16 Omega PO XL
    2010-15 Seiko Monster Black
    2011-13 Skyland Avenger Blacksteel, Daytona, Explorer 2
    2014-18 Obris Morgan Predata, black, Obris Morgan Predata, blasted
    2014 Helberg CH6, Raven Deeptech, Bombfrog, Skagen
    2015-17 Steinhart Ocean Black. Unreliable movement repaired
    2015-18 Steinhart T500. Unreliable movement replaced.
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    Re: Doxa sub1200 on 7.5" wrist?

    Everyday and twice on sundays :)

    7-3/4 wrist.

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    Re: Doxa sub1200 on 7.5" wrist?

    No problem, I think 1500T also no problem.

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