Who really wants a SUB1000T Searambler?

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  • I'd like to pre-order the SUB1000T Searambler now

    33 54.10%
  • Yes, always wanted one but cannot decide now

    28 45.90%

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    Who really wants a SUB1000T Searambler?

    Dear friends and members,

    while the demand has been rather fluctuating on a the SUB1000T Searambler, yet we have finally decided to proceed with manufacturing the SUB1000T Searambler, currently we are undecided whether to make a 50 to 100 piece edition, or even more depending on the demand. With around 25 commitments to this model, those who voted to pre-order, please use the link below to submit your pre-order. Those on the poll list will still be able to receive this model at $1590.00 + shipping despite the eventual upgrades and improvements below. After the poll closes, the pre-order price will be $1890.00 + sh. The poll will end August 1st. 2009.

    SUB1000T SR Pre-order https://www.doxasub.com/Order/order.aspx?ID=171

    As the Searambler was initially released with the Synchron specs, we are using the original SUB300T Searambler as a reference to the new re-edition. Here are the specs:

    1. SUB1000T Searambler silver dial (dampened SUB750T Searambler dial which will resemble the original to the furthest extent possible)
    2. same case diameter as the current SUB1000T, but eventually thicker than the current SUB1000T series
    3. SUB 750T GMT bracelet dimensions
    4. Depth rating between 1000 and 1200 meters
    5. HRV at 9 o'clock
    6. orange minute hand, black hour and second hands

    If for whatever reason the minimum number of 25 pre-orders cannot be reached, the project will be postponed and the deposits will be refunded within 10 days from today.



    DOXA








    Hi,

    We've been going back on forth on this for a year or even longer, the longer the wait, the more uncertainty, the subject then seems to get forgotten, but then returns, so this time, we like to end the wait and the speculations.

    So please help us decide, If you are in for a SUB1000T pre-order to be delivered November, then please sign up here. Pre-order price is $1490.00 + shipping,

    Regular price starting October is $2390.00.

    Specs:

    Silver dial (T-Graph style), black hour and seconds hands with orange minute hand.

    Please note, this poll is ONLY for those who showed interest in this model over the past few years, if you were, and still are not interested, please dont use this poll

    This poll will close in 3 weeks, and will initiate the final decision on this model


    DOXA
    Last edited by DOXA S.A.; November 24th, 2009 at 07:44.

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    Re: Who really wants a SUB1000T Searambler?

    Woo hoo! I'm in!
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    Re: Who really wants a SUB1000T Searambler?

    ugh if I had 1500 to spare for one I would SOOOO do it, but I'm kinda broke after spending the money on my 1000t pro lol
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    Re: Who really wants a SUB1000T Searambler?

    I'm totally in DOXA!!! Glad to see this (hopefully) come to fruition!!
    Last edited by Bloom; July 14th, 2009 at 23:42.

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    Re: Who really wants a SUB1000T Searambler?



    Oh yes!



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    Question Re: Who really wants a SUB1000T Searambler?

    Yes, that's really really attractive and I'm keen . Is 14.60mm too tall on wrist ?

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    Rolling eyes Re: Who really wants a SUB1000T Searambler?

    Needless to say, I'm already there!!!!!!!!

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    Re: Who really wants a SUB1000T Searambler?

    Quote Originally Posted by Kermit e Froggy View Post
    Yes, that's really really attractive and I'm keen . Is 14.60mm too tall on wrist ?
    Nope, it is perfect
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    Re: Who really wants a SUB1000T Searambler?

    My TUSA has addicted me to DOXA. With a silver dial that I can wear daily with a suit...this is a no brainer.

    I would order one at under $1500.
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    Re: Who really wants a SUB1000T Searambler?

    Quote Originally Posted by Cabaiguan View Post
    With a silver dial that I can wear daily with a suit...this is a no brainer.
    Bingo! My 750T Searambler is just too big to wear with a suit daily. The 1000T Searambler will be perfect in this respect.

    Rob

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