wow, that charmex looks like it will eat that t-graph for dinner.
This should be re-titled T-Graph vs T-REX....that thing is a MONSTER!!
DOXA 750T Sharkhunter
DOXA 750T Professional GMT
Seiko Prospex Ti "Samurai" SBDA003
Thats one awesome watch!
--Doxa 300t silver Conquistador He Valve--
Doxa silver Conquistador (no He valve)-
-Doxa 300t Reissue Divingstar(seahunter caseback)--
Doxa 300t Reissue Sharkhunter
Doxa SUB600 T-Graph Pro Reissue (2005)
Doxa 300t sharkhunter--
Aqualung U.S.Divers Sharkhunter (Quartz)
Panerai Pam86-- Panerai Pam199 Regatta --Panera Pam217 Destro --Omega Speedmaster Moonwatch Sapphire caseback---Omega Seamaster PreBond-
2002 Marathon Sar
What's with the tiny orange watch? Looks like you found a T-Graph miniature .
That thing is HUGE! Now I'm certain for me, it'd be too large for my tastes. Wonder how it'd look next to a CSAR? (Normal maybe? ).
Child watch V giants watch V size does does not matter V size does matter. Two beautiful Chronographs. Thanks for your pictures, the hight of the 12K has just confirmed it is not for me. I do have a reasonable 8.25" wrist but the 12K is just tooo big.
How does that Charmex wear? It looks as if it would be a little uncomfortable with the size/shape of the caseback. Otherwise, I like the chunky look of it
Here is my Mil Ed after a face lift thanks to Rick, Karin, and the Doxa team Notice the three bar dial I'm very happy
Johnny, that Charmex is one massive watch. When viewed from the side, it really reminds me of this....
Are you sure there isn't a hatch on the back of that thing, so a guy could just climb inside?
"The most beautiful objects are those built for purpose. Few things are more thrilling than the unrestrained use of tools most have mistaken for luxuries" -unknown
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