good choice using the Ti model to put tritium tubes in, & a flat crystal

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    good choice using the Ti model to put tritium tubes in, & a flat crystal

    Because I.M.O. alot of the people who like Ti are the same ones who also like tritium, and vice versa. Those not interested in tritium are probably less likely to want Ti & flat crystals. That was a perfect combination of features.

    But at this point, does anyone think that the 800ti has been popular enough for Doxa to put trits in one of their S.S. cased models? Maybe for those of us who like the idea of seeing the dial markers & hands after lume would be too dim, but also prefer the heft & durability of S.S. & the look of domed sapphire.

    Maybe a 1000t with tritium sometime in the future?

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    Re: good choice using the Ti model to put tritium tubes in, & a flat crystal

    I agree. I prefer stainless over Titainium. A stainless version with Tritium tubes would attract my interest in buying one.
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    Re: good choice using the Ti model to put tritium tubes in, & a flat crystal

    I'm a tritium junkie. The only brand that I am totally hooked on more than Doxa is Ball. The Doxa purists will kill me for this (which may be one reason why I'm posting this anyway ), but I'd love to see the new 1000/1200T Searambler come with GTLS.

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    (I have no expectation that it will, by the way)

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    Re: good choice using the Ti model to put tritium tubes in, & a flat crystal

    No Thanks ...
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    Re: good choice using the Ti model to put tritium tubes in, & a flat crystal

    Are you suggesting that the SS cases are more durable than Titanium?
    17 years of waiting finally over! My first Doxa:

    SUB 800TI Professional

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    Re: good choice using the Ti model to put tritium tubes in, & a flat crystal

    I'd also love to see an SS model with trit tubes

    I've got nothing against Ti but I just prefer the added weight of SS given the choice.... now add PVD to the equation & I'm "in like flynn"

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