My new old Doxa Sub 300T Sharky

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    My new old Doxa Sub 300T Sharky

    Well, as I patiently wait for the Mil Sharky to arrive (Australia seems to be a long way away from Doxa!) I came across this on a couple of forums...and I got it!
    Pics are the previous owners (with many thanks to Ben). It comes on the black strap - will look at options for bracelets too - I gather 750 bracelet with 600 end pieces works (saw another thread somewhere).
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    Re: My new old Doxa Sub 300T Sharky

    Very nice indeed - as you say a bracelet will just finish it off nicely.
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    Re: My new old Doxa Sub 300T Sharky

    Quote Originally Posted by cyclopath View Post
    I gather 750 bracelet with 600 end pieces works (saw another thread somewhere).
    This is true. Also you can use the 750T endlinks. They have to be filed down ever so slightly to fit (21mm endlinks vs 20mm lug width). If you did not feel comfortable doing it, you could get a good watchmaker to do it. I have seen several threads where this is done........
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    Re: My new old Doxa Sub 300T Sharky

    Congrats on the new/old Sharky. Ben is a really nice guy and a pleasure to deal with.

    Wear it in good health mate!

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    Re: My new old Doxa Sub 300T Sharky

    Thanks Kev,
    Yeah, Ben was a true professional to deal with all down the line. I suspect there's a lot like him on this forum.
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    Re: My new old Doxa Sub 300T Sharky

    cyclopath, did you receive your vintage sharky yet?? Fresh pics when you get it!!
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    Re: My new old Doxa Sub 300T Sharky

    Well would you believe? After getting up at 5.30 a.m and working solidly to 9.00 p.m. look what was waiting in the office...THIS! Man, does this watch have some presence? I love it. Excuse my crap pics - very old digital camera. I would buy a better one but for some reason seem to have no money...
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    Re: My new old Doxa Sub 300T Sharky

    Looks great Dave..

    Now you have to get into Orange and I may spot you walking around some day.

    Come to think of it I have been thinking about a 1000T Sharky.
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    Re: My new old Doxa Sub 300T Sharky

    Quote Originally Posted by cyclopath View Post
    Well would you believe? After getting up at 5.30 a.m and working solidly to 9.00 p.m. look what was waiting in the office...THIS! Man, does this watch have some presence? I love it. Excuse my crap pics - very old digital camera. I would buy a better one but for some reason seem to have no money...
    That looks really great, congratulations! What kind of strap is that? (Hirsch Liberty comes to mind).
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    Re: My new old Doxa Sub 300T Sharky

    Thanks T Bone. It's a Delaurian. It's a serious strap, chunky but super comfy. Jason has been kind enough to hook me up with one of his "spare" 750 bracelets which will be great, but I think the strap will get plenty of wrist time.
    BTW the Mil Sharky arrived yesterday - I am out of town so no photos yet, but the vintage Shark is only about 3-5 sec / day behind the newbie.
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