The LAST 750T Pro purchased directly from Doxa has arrived....

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    The LAST 750T Pro purchased directly from Doxa has arrived....

    Well, as you all know I'm the "FNG" here on the Doxa boards, and I was the one lucky enough to buy the last 750T Pro directly from Doxa earlier this week.

    "The Eagle has Landed"..... she certainly is a beauty.

    It has a millesimation #3675/5000
    Will try to get some pictures posted soon.
    Thank you all again for your input and warm welcome to the Doxa forum/boards.

    Best,
    Erik
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    Re: The LAST 750T Pro purchased directly from Doxa has arrived....

    Big congrats for that one fine watch

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    Re: The LAST 750T Pro purchased directly from Doxa has arrived....

    Congrats!
    I've had mine for three weeks now and can barely stop looking at it.
    It's a great watch!

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    Re: The LAST 750T Pro purchased directly from Doxa has arrived....

    Quote Originally Posted by sderik View Post
    It has a millesimation #3675/5000

    Woulda been cool to get #5000, yes?
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    Re: The LAST 750T Pro purchased directly from Doxa has arrived....

    Awesome pick up...end of an era!
    Chuck Norris doesn't wear a watch...HE decides what time it is.


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    Re: The LAST 750T Pro purchased directly from Doxa has arrived....

    Looks like the numbers and back cases get allocated in an almost random order.

    Congrats owning newest 750T pro

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    Re: The LAST 750T Pro purchased directly from Doxa has arrived....

    Congrats on the Pro. Enjoy that beauty.

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    Re: The LAST 750T Pro purchased directly from Doxa has arrived....

    Quote Originally Posted by sunster View Post
    Looks like the numbers and back cases get allocated in an almost random order.

    Congrats owning newest 750T pro
    They do. I bought mine when they first came out (and were considerably cheaper) and mine is #4091

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    Re: The LAST 750T Pro purchased directly from Doxa has arrived....

    I just received my 2-year old used 750T a couple days ago - #4579.

    It is a Clive Cussler Ltd Edition. I don't know if they did 5,000 of these of if the Ltd Editions were just some of the "standard" 5,000.

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    Re: The LAST 750T Pro purchased directly from Doxa has arrived....

    Quote Originally Posted by gslaskin View Post
    I just received my 2-year old used 750T a couple days ago - #4579.

    It is a Clive Cussler Ltd Edition. I don't know if they did 5,000 of these of if the Ltd Editions were just some of the "standard" 5,000.
    Congrats on the new watch!

    The 5000 total was not reached. You can see an aprox. break down of production numbers by model in the thread "Doxa please break it down for me".

    While the numbers of each type of 750T are listed, the number that were Dirk Pitt, Clive Cussler, or "standard" (the Clive Cussler version later became unmarked, thus becoming the "standard" model) were not available, but the series total limit included all, and actually only reached in the neighborhood of 3000 pieces total.
    Regards, T Bone.

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