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    Sub 750T- Great acquisition.

    I've wanted a Doxa Sub since the '70's and never had the cash when opportunities arose. Well, the Stars finally aligned. I was getting ready to purchase a 1200Sharkhunter, althoug I preferred the slightly larger 5000 but couldn't find a Sharkhunter. A last ditch Google search showed that a small watch store in Texas just received a 750 Sharkhunter. I placed the call and what I found was a Clive Cussler limited edition which was kept in a safe since March 2006. The price was very fair and discounted from the new 2006 price. When I received the watch, it still had all the original protective tape on the watch and bracelet. Never sized and not a mark on it.

    Now for a question, this watch is incredibly accurate. After the first four days which averaged +2 spd, it settled down to a scary 0 deviation over the past 2 weeks. I've never known a non COSC watch this consistent. Is this usual for this watch, was I extraordinarily luck, or is this to good to continue? For reference, I wear my watch all the time including at sleep.

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    Re: Sub 750T- Great acquisition.

    Beautiful watch and awesome find. Congratulations. My two 1500s are my most accurate watches also and they're not COSC either.
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    Re: Sub 750T- Great acquisition.

    Really great !!! Congratulations

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    Re: Sub 750T- Great acquisition.

    Congrats! The 750T is still my favorite as well. Just the right size.

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    Re: Sub 750T- Great acquisition.

    I have recently bought a 1200T Professional, it's steady at -5 Secs per 24 hours.


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    Re: Sub 750T- Great acquisition.

    Welcome to the forums! Congrats on your Doxa!
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    Re: Sub 750T- Great acquisition.

    If the stars are in alignment, don't question it. Beautiful watch and welcome to the fold.

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    Re: Sub 750T- Great acquisition.

    Nice Doxa! So this was basically new old stock? That's pretty awesome. I'm wearing my 750 T professional right now.

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    Re: Sub 750T- Great acquisition.

    Welcome to the Sharkhunter Club!
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    Re: Sub 750T- Great acquisition.

    That's really a sweet find! To me, the 750Ts are one of the best models in the reissue line up. Congrats!!
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