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    That was then...this is now

    Look at the changes in 40 years. I can't help but reiterate it guys, but the SUB 5000T Seaconquerer is one hell of a watch.

    Pete

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    Re: That was then...this is now

    Pete. YOU ARE THE BIGGEST TEASE!!!!
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    Re: That was then...this is now

    LOL.

    Nice pic BTW.

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    Re: That was then...this is now

    Great pics Doc, will this be offered in the Sharkhunter version, or black dial vs. orange? Its growing on me now, since the full pictures are out. I think a black dial in this particular watch is just my cup of tea, heres hoping!
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    Quote Originally Posted by lateapex View Post
    Great pics Doc, will this be offered in the Sharkhunter version, or black dial vs. orange? Its growing on me now, since the full pictures are out. I think a black dial in this particular watch is just my cup of tea, heres hoping!
    I honestly don't know. Rick never said, BUT, lets be honest, he doesn't need to. Doxa's colours historically have been Orange, Black, Yellow and Silver....and now Blue. I wouldn't bet against any of those colours showing up in the future. It really is a matter of when from my point of view.

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    Thanks for the reply Doc, lume shots please when you get the chance:thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by lateapex View Post
    Thanks for the reply Doc, lume shots please when you get the chance:thanks
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    Great comparison Pete.

    Any chance of showing us a wrist shot? Thanks!

    Dan

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    Re: Great comparison Pete.

    Quote Originally Posted by golfboy View Post
    Any chance of showing us a wrist shot? Thanks!

    Dan
    Check Pete's Picture Sticky thread.....both the Lume and Wrist shots have been added....

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    I think some blued markers and/or hands would be awesome.

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