The Military Sharkhunter

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    The Military Sharkhunter

    Dear friends, right after the Jack Bauer thread started, I began thinking about a new military PVD edition, and obviously, the SUB5000T came to my mind. I cant deny, that the SUB750T military has turned to be one of the most beautiful DOXA SUBs, so can you folks imagine, how stunning a SUB5000T military would be !!

    I am almost sure that the sharkhunter configuration will look even better surrounded by a PVD case.

    Please tell me what you think

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    Rick

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    Re: The Military Sharkhunter

    One word Rick......... WINNER....

    Make it, people will come to buy it

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    Re: The Military Sharkhunter

    I would pre-order one today!

    Make it a 5000T GMT Military and I'd order 2!!


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    Re: The Military Sharkhunter

    It has the potential of being the best Diving Doxa to date!!!!
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    Re: The Military Sharkhunter

    Other than Doxa watches, my current watch preferences tend towards PVD/DLC and titanium ... with a size preference towards the "original" sized SUBs.

    I think 5000T & 1000T Military Sharkhunters in PVD would be winners!


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    Re: The Military Sharkhunter

    Go with the PVD. Missed out on the 750's. I would have to get one of the 5000T's/

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    Re: The Military Sharkhunter

    Excellent idea Rick! My only question, would it revert to painted indices and hands? (Might not be a bad idea, the shiny stuff could be a bit clashing with the "stealthy" look of the PVD).
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    Re: The Military Sharkhunter

    OK, as a recent Doxa member, I know I don't have much street cred here, compared to many of you long time/multiple owners.

    But I do have two thoughts:

    Selfish thought #1: Don't do it. It makes mine more exclusive.

    Reality thought #1: I see so many unsolicited comments on the 750T Mil Sharkie, being someones "favorite" Doxa, or the "Best Looking". I have been quite surprised by this (although I may agree), as I thought since it did not have an orange face, it might not appeal to as many hardcore Doxaholics.

    So Rick...I think you would have a big winner on your hands.
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    Re: The Military Sharkhunter

    I'd buy one, but the painted indices appeal more to me than the silver applied markers.
    "Most people go their whole lives wondering if they've made a difference, U.S. Marines do not have that problem." - Former U.S. President Ronald Reagan.

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    Re: The Military Sharkhunter

    Quote Originally Posted by T Bone View Post
    Excellent idea Rick! My only question, would it revert to painted indices and hands? (Might not be a bad idea, the shiny stuff could be a bit clashing with the "stealthy" look of the PVD).
    Good thought: how about blasting the entire case and bracelet before the pvd finish? Still more stealth :)
    DW

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