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    old doxa subs

    Hi veryone of you Doxaholics
    I've just recently added myself as a member to your fine Doxa-club. I think it's a fantastic thing, a forum like this,where people like myself,who are genuinely passioned for wathces. I've been reading many of the posts other members have put out on the forum and i'm stunned over the great knowledge so many people have on wathces. I've also bought my first Doxa watch,a Sharkhunter 750T military edition (nr 595/500) I've been wearing this watch everyday since i got it. I'm now considering to invest in one more Sharkhunter, the 1000T. Do anyone of you have anything to tell me of that watch that i should know of? any tip or should i just go for it? One other thing i'm really eager to know of,is if anyone could tell me what kind of movement were used in the oldest of the Doxa subs,like that one the author of the Dirk Pitt books,Clive Cussler bought in the 60's or so and still uses today? Did Doxa themselves manufacture movement for their watches or did they get it from somewhere else,like they uses ETA movements today? I would be really happy to get any replies from all of you and thank you all for reading my long post

    Thank you in advance
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    Mr MilShark aka Robert from Norway

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    Re: old doxa subs

    For knowledge of Doxa movements etc best to go to Dr peter Millars site
    http://www.doxa300t.com/
    If he doesn't know it, its probably not worth knowing.
    Congrats on your Doxa and welcome.
    Alasdair

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    Re: old doxa subs

    Quote Originally Posted by Alas View Post
    For knowledge of Doxa movements etc best to go to Dr peter Millars site
    http://www.doxa300t.com/
    If he doesn't know it, its probably not worth knowing.
    Congrats on your Doxa and welcome.
    Alasdair
    Ok,thanks for the site,i'll check it out right now :)

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