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    SUB 200T Nymph

    Quick and dirty shots.
    Doxa, you need to pack the watch in the box better. The warranty card and watch traveled a bit inside the actual box. All seems fine though. Actually upon further thought, Doxa may have intentionally positioned them that way so as to minimize movement.
    Lume dot in window.
    Sunburst dial.
    Screw links. No screwdriver provided. Hint to all those getting theirs tomorrow. Go buy the smallest mini flat head screwdriver you can. Looks like my 1.4mm driver will just fit.
    Jenny fish on crown and Sailboat on caseback.
    I love it! I hope wife does too
    Thank you DOXA!!








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    Re: SUB 200T Nymph

    Very cool. Wish I was able to snag one for the wife.

    Thanks for posting the pics, looks great.
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    Re: SUB 200T Nymph

    That looks outstanding. Doxa really stepped up on this project. I am happy to hear the links are screwed together which will make sizing a cinch.

    Thanks for the early report and photos!

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    That is really sweet. Thanks for sharing
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    Re: SUB 200T Nymph

    Looks GREAT. My Nymph and Caroline should be in tomorrow. Actually Kathy's will be here tomorrow
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    Re: SUB 200T Nymph

    Congrats! I just got my Coralline!! I also have the Nymph. Hey, have you been able to set the time? I can;t get my crown up...

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    Re: SUB 200T Nymph

    Just got my Coraline! and I LOVE it!! its actually a 40th bday pressie to myself ...and about 6months early but I think I might have to start wearing it now:)

    My only issue is I'm new to Doxa and there was no users manual and couldn't find one online...any ideas? I don't want to break it!

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    Re: SUB 200T Nymph

    She"s a beauty ! Congradulations.

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    Re: SUB 200T Nymph

    Quote Originally Posted by soona145 View Post
    Just got my Coraline! and I LOVE it!! its actually a 40th bday pressie to myself ...and about 6months early but I think I might have to start wearing it now:)

    My only issue is I'm new to Doxa and there was no users manual and couldn't find one online...any ideas? I don't want to break it!
    What exactly would you like to know? The crown needs to be unscrewed to set date and time. Not sure if this movement allows you to set the date by itself but if so only pull the crown out half way. After setting date and time push the crown all the way down and carefully screw the crown clockwise all the way. That's about it. You might want to wind it 30-35 times or so, after that it should self wind while wearing it.

    I hope that helps, please ask anything that you want or need to know about.

    John
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    Re: SUB 200T Nymph

    I got my wife's nymph, and the crown unscrewed easily, setting the date and time was just like doing so on my 750T SR (which I wore today in honor of the nymph arriving).

    The silver dial looks great!

    I was worried that I would not like the black minute hand (I like the orange hand on my 750T SR) but I think my wife will prefer the understated "classy" look of the back minute hand. The orange might have looked more utilitarian and thus might not have looked as nice for a woman's watch.

    Thanks DOXA!
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