Ok.... I have to ask

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    Ok.... I have to ask

    Is anyone besides me interested in knowing about the potential for a Pro in the new case style?
    I would be very interested in it and, hopefully, others would also.

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    Re: Ok.... I have to ask

    The thought did cross my mind.... but I think we may be jumping the gun there. It's not even quite a done deal with the Searambler yet (nearly though). But it would not shock me if one became available shortly after the Searambler was built.
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    Re: Ok.... I have to ask

    I agree on "jumping the gun" but I just had to.
    I would love to see it with the logo but they usually reserve that for the COSC models.
    Still, it would be an instant classic.

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    Re: Ok.... I have to ask

    I was thinking the same thing. Could we be witnessing the first use of the case for a yet to be announced SUB 1200T ?

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    Re: Ok.... I have to ask

    Quote Originally Posted by tokyotokei View Post
    I was thinking the same thing. Could we be witnessing the first use of the case for a yet to be announced SUB 1200T ?
    That would be pretty awesome to see the Searambler be the first of a lineup of those should it happen to be rated at 1200M. And hypothetically, if it is...this searambler would be the best way to announce such a thing.
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    Re: Ok.... I have to ask

    You can count on it. Doxa is not going to put the time and energy into a brand new case to use it on only 25-50 watches. This Searambler is very much like the LE caribbean 750T that launched the 750 line.

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    Re: Ok.... I have to ask

    Would love to see a "1200T" Pro. I think Doxa is moving in the right direction with this new case style.
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    Re: Ok.... I have to ask

    I agree!

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    Re: Ok.... I have to ask

    I'm in too if there's plans for an orange dialed version of this case. Also hoping that it'll come with a flatter caseback, like the 600T-just the case itself thicker. Heck, if it's like that then I'd also be up for a Carib. model too, have been staring at those white hands on blue for awhile.

    Also love to se some more titanium used, but don't know if that could be done while running the same case in steel.

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