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    SUB5000T 3D view

    Dear Members, this is to show you how well balanced and proportioned the SUB5000T is

    enjoy !

    DOXA SUB5000T PROFESSIONAL

    Please wait for the images to download completely, then start navigating

    Thank you
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    Re: SUB5000T 3D view

    Very nice!

    Finally we see the caseback... No change from standard!

    D.

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    Re: SUB5000T 3D view

    Sweet!
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    Re: SUB5000T 3D view

    Without a doubt, one of the nicest dive watches on the market today!

    Can't wait until it's on my wrist!

    Doxa, how do you top this one?

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    Re: SUB5000T 3D view

    The new Seaconquerer is being discussed on EOT UDWF.....
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    Re: SUB5000T 3D view

    Quote Originally Posted by TKite View Post
    The new Seaconquerer is being discussed on EOT UDWF.....
    Thanks for the heads up, I'll drop over and have a look. Do I need to break out the weapons?
    Regards, T Bone.

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    Re: SUB5000T 3D view

    Quote Originally Posted by T Bone View Post
    Thanks for the heads up, I'll drop over and have a look. Do I need to break out the weapons?
    hehe... I think you will find mostly good being spoken about it.

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    Re: SUB5000T 3D view

    Yep, weapons stowed. Nothing to see here folks, move along....

    Seriously, not sure why, but I was prepped for some serious "Doxa bashing". Not really the case here. Hmm, maybe it comes from all those years as a Breitling devotee?
    Last edited by T Bone; November 16th, 2007 at 01:16. Reason: Improving the prose ;)
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    Re: SUB5000T 3D view

    Quote Originally Posted by T Bone View Post
    Yep, weapons stowed. Nothing to see here folks, move along....

    Seriously, not sure why, but I was prepped for some serious "Doxa bashing". Not really the case here. Hmm, maybe it comes from all those years as a Breitling devotee?
    Who was a Breitling devotee?
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    Re: SUB5000T 3D view

    That'd be me. Was. Still am! (Note the spinning airplane in the sigline ).
    Regards, T Bone.

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