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    Traded my DOXA 1200T

    Just traded my 1200T Searambler for a new Ball Skindiver. Leaving the family for now, but I'm sure I will be back.

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    Re: Traded my DOXA 1200T

    Quote Originally Posted by GPBear View Post
    Just traded my 1200T Searambler for a new Ball Skindiver. Leaving the family for now, but I'm sure I will be back.
    Good luck with the Ball. We'll be here when you're ready to come back.
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    Re: Traded my DOXA 1200T

    Three weeks. The itch should be starting right...about... now.

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    Re: Traded my DOXA 1200T

    I left the Ball family and hope to join the Doxa family soon...

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    Re: Traded my DOXA 1200T

    Quote Originally Posted by Doug507 View Post
    Three weeks. The itch should be starting right...about... now.
    The itch has not started just yet. While I loved my DOXA, it never felt like it fit me well. The new Ball Skindiver sits much better on my wrist. Loving the new watch.
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    Re: Traded my DOXA 1200T

    We need pictures!
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    Re: Traded my DOXA 1200T

    Quote Originally Posted by GPBear View Post
    The itch has not started just yet. While I loved my DOXA, it never felt like it fit me well. The new Ball Skindiver sits much better on my wrist. Loving the new watch.
    That's cool, but if you like the thinner case of the Skindiver, next time try a 600T. In the 42mm case size, it's the flattest of the bunch. If you want to bump up to 44mm, and still have a flat profile, then a 750T would be best.
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    Re: Traded my DOXA 1200T

    I thought the 1200T had a pretty flat profile. It doesn't?

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    Re: Traded my DOXA 1200T

    Quote Originally Posted by dinexus View Post
    I thought the 1200T had a pretty flat profile. It doesn't?
    Maybe, but not nearly as flat as a 600T.
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