Questions...considering a Sharkhunter

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    Questions...considering a Sharkhunter

    Hi,

    Lately I've been drawn to Doxas and have been taken by the Sharkhunter. Haven't seen any in person but they seem to look good in pictures. I've read that they aren't for everyone though and are an acquired taste owing to the shape of the case.

    I've checked the Doxa website and there only seems to be the 1000T on there. However when I type in Doxa Sharkhunter into Google the first link takes me to a page on the site with the 750T. Comparing the prices the 1000T seems to be less expensive even though the WR is higher. Why is this so, and considering even that the diameter is smaller than the 750T diameter.

    Lastly, I would love to see some wrist shots if possible.

    Any comments would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks!
    Glimmer

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    Re: Questions...considering a Sharkhunter

    I'm afraid the 750T is no longer available, it's long since sold out. The page isn't linked to on the main site - www.doxawatches.com

    If you go through the main site, you'll see 1000T, 1200T, 750T GMT, 600T-Graph and 5000T models all available in 'Sharkhunter' black.

    I'm sure if you search for the model variants plus Sharkhunter, you'll find plenty of wristshots both here on the main forum and on the wrist shots sub forum: https://forums.watchuseek.com/forumdisplay.php?f=136

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    Re: Questions...considering a Sharkhunter

    Thanks! The 1000T diameter is 42mm, am I correct?
    Glimmer

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