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    Searambler Quandry

    Hi All,

    I have owned a 5000T Carib and a 1000T TUSA. I have sold both recently and I have pre-ordered the 1000T SR. My problem is I keep contemplating the 600T-Graph SR.

    I keep telling myself that if I own two Doxas, they should be different colors...but the T-Graph is tough to pass up (and I'm running out of time). Does anyone else have this issue or own only two Doxas in the same color?

    Thanks and I can't wait to see info on the 1000T SR.

    John

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    Re: Searambler Quandry

    Quote Originally Posted by jthap View Post
    Hi All,

    I have owned a 5000T Carib and a 1000T TUSA. I have sold both recently and I have pre-ordered the 1000T SR. My problem is I keep contemplating the 600T-Graph SR.

    I keep telling myself that if I own two Doxas, they should be different colors...but the T-Graph is tough to pass up (and I'm running out of time). Does anyone else have this issue or own only two Doxas in the same color?

    Thanks and I can't wait to see info on the 1000T SR.

    John
    No John, I have five DOXAs of the same color....all blue.
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    Re: Searambler Quandry

    I have to say, I really like the silver dials the best, so I am biased. Plus the are other colors on the chrono dials, so that changes it up a little. It's not like owning a 1000t and 750T Pro (not that there is anything wrong with that!) I say go for it, if you are able to afford it. They are two great looking and different watches with different sizes and functions.

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    Re: Searambler Quandry

    I think it's up to the person who's paying & wearing them. The bottom line - Enjoy!

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    Re: Searambler Quandry

    If that is what your really want go for it !

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    Re: Searambler Quandry

    Just be sure to post up some pics when they come in ....Oh yeah, I think you should get them.

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    Re: Searambler Quandry

    I realized a while back that as a retiree I just wasn't wearing my watches as much as when I had to dress for work each day.

    I decided that I would keep one of each color ddial in what I felt was my favorite model for that color.

    I decided on the 600T Searambler T-Graph for the silver dial.

    I have the 1000T Searambler on order because the Searambler silver is so striking that it deserves to be represented by two examples.



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    Re: Searambler Quandry

    Rambler is pretty unique. Yeah there are other silver watches out there etc but the rambler stands alone IMO for a diver. Since its so unique I think owning 2 would be cool. Its all personal preference obviously but if you like the silver go for it.
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    Re: Searambler Quandry

    I owned at one point at least one DOXA Sub of every color, but then I bought my 750T SR, and it became my favorite DOXA to the detriment of all others. As a result, I sold all of my other DOXA Subs, and for the time being, I am only buying silver-dialed DOXA Subs.

    I have the 750T SR and the 600T-Graph SR, and a 200T nymph is on order for my wife.

    I think it would be perfectly normal to have two (or more) SRs!

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    Re: Searambler Quandry

    Maybe this will help but the T-Graph Searambler silver dial is different the standard dials, it is lighter and at certain angles looks almost white in color, so while both are silver they are different shades of silver. The size difference between the 2 is also another big difference. So go for it...

    IMO the T-Graphs are must in your Doxa collection....a signature piece

    Jim
    Last edited by chunki; September 4th, 2009 at 19:02.

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