How's the dial size of 750T GMT compares to 5000T?

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    How's the dial size of 750T GMT compares to 5000T?

    From what the specs said, there's like half of a millimeter between the two dial sizes. Is that true, or the GMT is a lot smaller than the 5000T in real life?

    I like my 1000T but the dial is small and hard to read when compared to the 5000T. I would love to add the 750 GMT Caribbean, but I don't want to have another small dial Doxa watch.
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    Re: How's the dial size of 750T GMT compares to 5000T?

    Weird I find my 1200t pretty easy to read. No complains with the dial at all.
    I don't think half mm would be that much difference.
    If you don't mind waiting, seems like Doxa has ideas to come out with a 5000t with the classic dial style.
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    Re: How's the dial size of 750T GMT compares to 5000T?

    Quote Originally Posted by jay.scratch View Post
    If you don't mind waiting, seems like Doxa has ideas to come out with a 5000t with the classic dial style.
    I know. It's just that I dig the weird GMT coloration scheme of the Caribbean blue face and orange strip.
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    Re: How's the dial size of 750T GMT compares to 5000T?

    I have to agree the color combo on the GMT Caribbean looks great.
    Something that came to my attention is the 24h chapter ring.

    The sub 750t, 750GMT and 5000t have a dial size of 30mm
    The 1000t/1200t is 28mm

    The 750GMT would probable end up being the same size, if not smaller than your 1000t if you don't include the chapter ring.
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