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    Question Sub 600T Graph - Are these all sold out?

    Just wondering since they only were a limited run of 250 and on Doxa's website I don't see anything saying they are sold out.
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    Re: Sub 600T Graph - Are these all sold out?

    Quote Originally Posted by Legmaker72 View Post
    Just wondering since they only were a limited run of 250 and on Doxa's website I don't see anything saying they are sold out.
    Thanks guys!
    How's it going. To answer your question to the best of my knowledge. I believe that they are already sold out of both the sharkhunter and the searambler. I believe there may be a couple of Pro's left.

    https://forums.watchuseek.com/showthread.php?t=355025

    There is a link to a post about the availability from the tail end of January.

    I don't know where the exact link is but I do remember a post stating that they had sold out of both the SR and the Sharky versions, but had not updated the website yet.

    If someone happens to know where that may be I would like to know.

    I hope this helps you out and if I'm wrong, by all means let me know ^_^.

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    Re: Sub 600T Graph - Are these all sold out?

    Well I got a pro in late Feb/early March and it was #229. Pretty sure that although the parts are manufactured in sequence, they are not necessarily assembled in sequence... so I don't know how many are left.

    I think I remember reading somewhere that the exact ratio of each was yet to be determined and was going to be based on what people "wanted" vs. a fixed number of each color (aside from the sea rambler version).... so maybe a 60/40 split pros to sharkhunters?

    I could also be loosing my mind on that one.. its late.

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    Re: Sub 600T Graph - Are these all sold out?

    I remember reading somewhere that there were 75 SR, 75 Pros, and 100 Sharkys.
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    Re: Sub 600T Graph - Are these all sold out?

    Quote Originally Posted by CityMorgue View Post
    I remember reading somewhere that there were 75 SR, 75 Pros, and 100 Sharkys.
    Time for some "live chat". Please stand by.........
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    Re: Sub 600T Graph - Are these all sold out?

    There is one - MAYBE there are two Searambler T-Graphs left - but I believe it is only one.

    The very last of the remaining T-Graphs are being assembled and tested now and will be shipping shortly.

    Several of these are already "spoken for" but there are still some available. First come - first served!

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    Re: Sub 600T Graph - Are these all sold out?

    Quote Originally Posted by subkrawler View Post
    Time for some "live chat". Please stand by.........
    Live Chat...what an amazing tool.

    Without laying hands on the inventory in Switzerland, US CS rep believed there was only one SR left, and no Pros or Sharkys. They are finishing up a few more Pros and Sharkys, and when those are done...they're done.
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    Re: Sub 600T Graph - Are these all sold out?

    Quote Originally Posted by DOXA Forum Administrator 1 View Post
    There is one - MAYBE there are two Searambler T-Graphs left - but I believe it is only one.

    The very last of the remaining T-Graphs are being assembled and tested now and will be shipping shortly.

    Several of these are already "spoken for" but there are still some available. First come - first served!

    DOXA

    Thanks James!
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    Re: Sub 600T Graph - Are these all sold out?

    Quote Originally Posted by subkrawler View Post
    Live Chat...what an amazing tool.

    Without laying hands on the inventory in Switzerland, US CS rep believed there was only one SR left, and no Pros or Sharkys. They are finishing up a few more Pros and Sharkys, and when those are done...they're done.
    Is there a final production qty breakdown yet?

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    Re: Sub 600T Graph - Are these all sold out?

    Quote Originally Posted by Feyd View Post
    Is there a final production qty breakdown yet?
    Not that I know of.
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