I really love my new 750T pro . In fact I'm considering a new Sharkie to go along with my Pro. I just have one question regarding the bezel action. Can the bezel action be adjusted so the it requires more force to turn? I would like to have it so it takes a similar amount of force to turn as a Rolex Sea Dweller. At one time I owned a Seiko monster in which I was able to remove the bezel and bend a tab under the bezel so that it was firmer to turn. Can this be done on a Doxa? I do have to admit the bezel is far superior to most other dive watches out there, I just want to make it perfect!
The DOXA SUB750T was never reported to move freely or to misalign. It is a comple 120 click bezel, it was developed and tested by professional divers to have the perfect balance not to turn freely and also to be easily adjusted by a diver wearing gloves without any problem. So technically and practically it is perfect to use for diving which is what it was made for. So wear your watch and used it for diving with confidence. Professional divers like Mike Fletcher from the Seahunters and many other fellow professional divers also members of the forum use their SUB750 for seriuos diving. The SUB600T had a 60 click bezel and was reported to be hard to adjust using gloves, that is why we improved the bezel to better suit the needs of professional divers.
The bezel cannot be tightened except by using a different spring, which we do not recommend. For my understanding what you are adressing is a cosmetical problem and has no impact on the practical and professional usage of the watch.