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    My newest arrival

    I've been searching for a while now for a Caribbean that I would love to own and I finally got my heart set on a 750T, and after some searching and some luck, I finally got a hold of one!!!!! I couldn't be happier :).


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    Re: My newest arrival

    Congrats

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    Awesome addition. Congrats.

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    Re: My newest arrival

    That's my old watch , I really miss it...I think the all brushed bezel makes a great difference to the overall look of the watch, Doxa should try it in some models...
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    Re: My newest arrival

    Quote Originally Posted by Mario Escobar View Post
    That's my old watch , I really miss it...I think the all brushed bezel makes a great difference to the overall look of the watch, Doxa should try it in some models...
    Oh man I can imagine missing it. And I was at first a little leery of the brushed bezel, but now that I have it in hand, I must say I do happen to like the look.

    But you have nothing to fear. I'm very protective of my things, and I will take care of this beauty!!!!
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    Re: My newest arrival

    Congrats...she is a beauty! I hesitated on pulling the trigger on one, about two weeks ago and now I am regretting it. Oh well, just gonna have to wait a bit longer. That blue sure is eye catching! Enjoy!

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    Re: My newest arrival

    Other than the orange dial Pro, the Caribbean is my favorite. Wear it in good health.

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    I must say the combination of the blue dial with the orange strap is rather striking. Blue + Orange = Beautiful!!!!
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    Re: My newest arrival

    which one is more comfortable on your wrist? the 750t or 1200t?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jay.scratch View Post
    which one is more comfortable on your wrist? the 750t or 1200t?

    I've only worn the 750 for the first time today and finally am going to get my ass into scuba diving. Hopefully I can make it to the openwater class later this month and stuff.

    But anyways, as far as being comfortable, I have to admit that the 750 really is a comfortable watch, almost unnoticeable, however, the 1200 is just as comfortable as well.

    About the only difference is the size of the watch and the wrist presence.

    I would have to wear my 750 around a little more to really gauge what it's like.
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