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    A few SUB generations

    Just digging out the watches from safekeeping while we were away and took a quick and dirty of a few generations of SUB. I'm missing the 600T reissue. Wife is wearing the Divingstar and I can't remember where I hid the 600T Pro....DOH!!!!!

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    Re: A few SUB generations

    You call that quick and dirty? Looks purty!!!

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    Re: A few SUB generations

    Darn it. How could I forget the 300T reissue

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    Re: A few SUB generations

    Fantastic collection Doc

    I love the bracelet on the 5000T... so solid and chunky!

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    Re: A few SUB generations

    Now that is something!

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    Re: A few SUB generations

    An utterly drool-worthy collection. For the sake of us Doxa virgins can someone name the models, say left-to-right? I'm particularly interested in knowing what are the first photo, 3rd from the left (guessing 300T?) and the second photo, 2nd from the left. I must need a better monitor because I can't make out the dial lettering.....

    NICE collection!

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    Re: A few SUB generations

    Quote Originally Posted by nanuq View Post
    An utterly drool-worthy collection. For the sake of us Doxa virgins can someone name the models, say left-to-right? I'm particularly interested in knowing what are the first photo, 3rd from the left (guessing 300T?) and the second photo, 2nd from the left. I must need a better monitor because I can't make out the dial lettering.....

    NICE collection!
    If the one you are asking about has the silver dial, it is the Aubry era 600T Searambler. It is vintage, and rarer than rare. The bezel is different with an aluminum insert rather than solid SS. You will just about not see one in that condition.
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    Re: A few SUB generations

    Ah, the one I'm looking at is orange dialed, the hands' lume is slightly green and it has a the Aqualung logo. In the 2nd picture it's the BRIGHT orange one with the asymmetrical text, non-centered, and it's *not* the one I just described. I'm thinking those are a 300T and a 750T?

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    Re: A few SUB generations

    Quote Originally Posted by nanuq View Post
    Ah, the one I'm looking at is orange dialed, the hands' lume is slightly green and it has a the Aqualung logo. In the 2nd picture it's the BRIGHT orange one with the asymmetrical text, non-centered, and it's *not* the one I just described. I'm thinking those are a 300T and a 750T?
    You're nearly correct. The one with the USD (Aqualung) logo is I think the Good Dr.s Conquistador. The bad news is, only 3 or 4 of these are known to exist. The good news is, you'll get essentially the same look with the 300T (they are basically the same watch, except the Conquistador has a helium relief vent).

    The second one is indeed a 750T Pro (just like mine, which is my favorite Doxa and still on my wrist now after two straight weeks!).
    Regards, T Bone.

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