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    SUB5000T Sharkhunter anyone

    Dear friends family and forum members,

    I have been almost speechless for the past 48 hours, and when I thought the SUB5000T has exceeded every expectation, I just get hit by another peak.

    I like to thank you again for your overwhelming support, I am so proud to have been given the opportunity to serve customers like you and carry this appreciation for our work back home to everyone at DOXA.


    Here is the picture of the SUB5000T Sharkhunter. Please note that the dial is deep glossy black and the Seaconqueror logo is in typical DOXA orange.

    Here is the pre-order form: https://www.doxa.org/Order/order.aspx?ID=97

    Thank you for your patience
    Rick

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    That's a beauty!! I'm sure it will be very popular!

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    Re: SUB5000T Sharkhunter anyone

    Good Lord, how do I pick? I like both the Professional and the Sharkie. I already have a 750T Pro which is my daily wearer...

    Help!

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    Re: SUB5000T Sharkhunter anyone

    You are absolutely right: How do I pick? I want both the Professional and the Sharkhunter. And then the Carib and the Divingstar! This is almost frustrating! I only have one Doxa now, a 750T Professional, and I really can't buy the new 5000T in more than 1 or 2 versions. Life isn't easy, is it?

    Thank you Doxa the introduction of the 5000T, for listeing to the customers, for first class service, and for offering the returning customers these watches at a bargain price! Maybe you even can give us a Carib and DS version before the returning customer discount cut off date.

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    Re: SUB5000T Sharkhunter anyone

    Rick,

    I would love to get one but if there is no metric option offered I am afraid I will have to say no.
    Cheers
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    Wow Rick it looks amazing! I placed the deposit yesterday. do everything u can to get that beauty to me ASAP! Thanks!
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    Re: SUB5000T Sharkhunter anyone

    WOW Rick!! That is a seriously good looking watch!!!
    You should feel very proud!

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    Re: SUB5000T Sharkhunter anyone

    ORDERED!
    The wife was very supportive of my problem, but she's happy as Dinning Suite has been ordered

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    Re: SUB5000T Sharkhunter anyone

    Quote Originally Posted by Peter D View Post
    Rick,

    I would love to get one but if there is no metric option offered I am afraid I will have to say no.
    Metric option? You're telling us you wouldn't purchase any watch if the dive bezel was in Feet and not in Metric?

    Funny, I could care less either way. I guess since the 1st grade when I learned how to add, subtract and the rest of my arithmetic, I wouldn't think twice about it. Let's see, if I remember right, 3.28 feet in 1 meter means I would have to divide how ever many feet (x) by 3.28. So, if say I needed to know what 90ft was and I divided by 3.28 = 27.43 Meters? I believe I got it!! See, my math teacher said I wasn't paying attention and I did learn something. He owes me an apology..

    Cheers Peety..Just joshing with ya Mate!
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