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    And then there were four

    With some stops and starts, I now find myself with 4 Doxas so I thought I would take and share some family pictures of, in order of acquistion, (1) the 600t Pro, (2) the 750t Divingstar GMT, (3) the 1000t Sharkhunter and (4) the 750t Searambler. And yes, there is a certain type of aftermarket rubber strap I really like on my Doxas.

    I somehow managed to purchase two other grails this week that are incoming so I am not sure I will be able to keep the Doxa family together for too long, but I can also see other watches going before any of these so we will just have to see!

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    Re: And then there were four

    Those look very good on the Seiko straight vented rubber. Congrats on a very nice collection. I look forward to seeing your grails when they arrive.

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    Re: And then there were four

    Great foursome! I, too, am looking forward to seeing your grails.

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    Re: And then there were four

    Nice collection and thanks for posting it, it's good to see the 1000T alongside the other modesl to guage the sizes. I've been considering the 1000T over the other more expensive/larger models (already have several other large divers) so it has been v.helpful.

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    Re: And then there were four

    Nice collection!! OK, I'm a little envious.

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    Thanks guys. The rubber straps on the 750t's are both the Bathys rubber with a different buckle. I have not liked that strap on my 100 fathoms, but it fits perfectly on the 750t case. The strap on the 1000t is a BC strap at $24 that I have worn on a bunch of my watches.
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    Re: And then there were four

    You have a lot of bases covered there. Good work all around
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    Re: And then there were four

    That is a very nice foursome you have there !

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    UFFFF!!! 4 fantastics Doxa and two others who will arrive this week? Friend, you are my hero. Tell me how to do it because I have none ...:oops::oops:
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    Re: And then there were four

    And then there were (or will soon be) five! Still loving the 1000t case, so I have now traded the GMT Divingstar for a 1000t Divingstar, and have a like new 1000t Pro on the way (after selling three watches this week). Since I have the 600t Pro, I plan on keeping one on bracelet and the other on rubber. And I am seriously considering a 1000t Caribbean to complete the color spectrum, but would need to figure out what else to sell or trade

    Will post follow up pics of the newly comprised Doxa family when all are in hand!

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