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    Thanks WUS Doxa Moderators/Forum members

    I have finally received my first Doxa, 750T Divingstar GMT,from another forum member. Since my earliest diving days, many moons ago, I have heard and admired Doxa watches from a far. But, just like many WUS members, I have slowly built up my collection to include Doxa. My next dive will be a special one.

    I would like to thank all of you Doxa Moderators and WUS forum members because you have kept up a fine tradition of service. Your expertise has been (and still is) invaluable. I'll update with a few pictures later. I just wanted to say thank you. (This will not be my last Doxa)
    LEX ET ORDO

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    Re: Thanks WUS Doxa Moderators/Forum members

    Quote Originally Posted by rocky View Post
    I have finally received my first Doxa, 750T Divingstar GMT,from another forum member. Since my earliest diving days, many moons ago, I have heard and admired Doxa watches from a far. But, just like many WUS members, I have slowly built up my collection to include Doxa. My next dive will be a special one.

    I would like to thank all of you Doxa Moderators and WUS forum members because you have kept up a fine tradition of service. Your expertise has been (and still is) invaluable. I'll update with a few pictures later. I just wanted to say thank you. (This will not be my last Doxa)
    A HUGE congrats. I think that the Doxa GMTs are the best line of Doxas that they have come out with.........And you got the Divingstar to boot.

    A person just doesn't see too many of those around, and it is one of the best watches out there IHMO. Pics when you get a chance.......:thanks
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    Re: Thanks WUS Doxa Moderators/Forum members

    Welcome to the Doxa DS 750T GMT club. They freaking rock and are simply gorgeous.
    Steven
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    Re: Thanks WUS Doxa Moderators/Forum members

    Thanks. Here are a few shots
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    Re: Thanks WUS Doxa Moderators/Forum members

    Congrats Rocky. FWIW, the Divingstar GMT was the first of the GMT's to be released, as voted by the Forum Members. Funny, I remember thinking I wouldn't buy one, then at the last bit of the pre-order process placed my order for one to take on an overseas work trip to Iraq. That watch was a great source of pride and enjoyment while I was there, let alone a great resource with it's 3 timezones, tracking local, GMT and home time (8 hrs. between local and home).

    Before diving with it, make sure to get the WR/seals checked with a pressure tester just to be sure. Cheap insurance against the possibility of flooding. Enjoy your new watch!
    Regards, T Bone.

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    Re: Thanks WUS Doxa Moderators/Forum members

    Congrats from another DS fan. Health to wear it.

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    Re: Thanks WUS Doxa Moderators/Forum members

    Quote Originally Posted by scm64 View Post
    welcome to the doxa ds 750t gmt club. They freaking rock and are simply gorgeous.


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    Re: Thanks WUS Doxa Moderators/Forum members

    Cracking photos too! Very eye catching and unusual.
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    Re: Thanks WUS Doxa Moderators/Forum members

    Thank you everyone and great advice T Bone. I just had the watch pressure tested and it passed with ease. I can't wait for my trip to Maui in a few months. I may have to get it wet a bit early.
    LEX ET ORDO

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