I recently acquired my first Doxa, the 750T Sharkhunter, which I'm really enjoying :- )
It's been through two sets of hands, as far as I'm aware, but is in pretty good condition and, happily, is keeping excellent time (approx + 1 sec/d).
I wasn't initially drawn to the Doxa look -- it seemed kind of ugly to be honest -- but bit by bit I warmed to it. The first pre-cursor was a Dagaz Modded "Soxa" watch, which I really liked, but which was slightly too small for my tastes (see pic below). I then discovered that Dagaz had come out with a watch called the Aurora, which featured the "Soxa" dial with a 43 mm cushion case. However, the Auroras seem pretty hard to come by, and a couple that came up for sale were snapped up too quickly for me to nab one. My interest broadened to the Dagaz Typhoon, which is also a kind of Doxa Homage, but at a higher price point than the Aurora. Again, I nearly managed to buy one on two occasions, but each time they were taken by the time I pulled the trigger. So I waited...
But after having been thwarted for several months, I started thinking that it might be better to spend a bit more money, and buy an actual Doxa! :- ) Having done some preliminary research I determined that I wanted one of the larger sized Doxa's (not the smaller vintage or recent re-issues) and that I wanted one with a black or orange dial. And after a few near misses, I picked up a Sharkhunter at a very reasonable price (pics to follow).
Very happy with it, and am now in the market for one of the 44mm+ orange-dialled models :- )
Here's my Dagaz "Soxa" Seiko Mod -- my 1st step to Doxa ownership: