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    Re: Will Doxa give a chance to 1200T green dial or yellow ???

    I don't see green in the cards (but what do I know?). Only green DOXA SUB I've ever seen is Doc's "Irishstar", a one off custom.

    Now yellow? The Divinstar have been a mainstay in the DOXA SUB lineup since nearly the beginning, so while I don't know, it wold not surprise me at all.
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    Re: Will Doxa give a chance to 1200T green dial or yellow ???

    I am suprised no BLUE Carribean version is available.... Just suprised.
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    Re: Will Doxa give a chance to 1200T green dial or yellow ???

    As the 1200T line up is new I'm giving Doxa a little
    time to introduce a Caribbean or a Divingstar.
    The real question is will any of these be done as a DWL.
    Now that would be very, very cool.
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    Re: Will Doxa give a chance to 1200T green dial or yellow ???

    Quote Originally Posted by TKite View Post
    I am suprised no BLUE Carribean version is available.... Just suprised.
    Hey, Welcome Back! I was hoping you'd be stopping in soon. The new 1200T is about what many DOXA fans have been seeking for some time. IIRC, pretty close to what I recall you having on your wish list back when the 5000T was introduced.

    While no Caribbean has been introduced, the 1200T model itself is still very young, only a few months old. It debuted with a Searambler (by popular request) which ironically was not even going to be produced until a number of requests came in. The Pro's and Sharkys are very new yet, and I don't think many of us would be surprised to see a Caribbean or a Divingstar before this one finishes up (though I've heard of no plans for either).
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    Re: Will Doxa give a chance to 1200T green dial or yellow ???

    Quote Originally Posted by T Bone View Post
    Hey, Welcome Back! I was hoping you'd be stopping in soon. The new 1200T is about what many DOXA fans have been seeking for some time. IIRC, pretty close to what I recall you having on your wish list back when the 5000T was introduced.

    While no Caribbean has been introduced, the 1200T model itself is still very young, only a few months old. It debuted with a Searambler (by popular request) which ironically was not even going to be produced until a number of requests came in. The Pro's and Sharkys are very new yet, and I don't think many of us would be surprised to see a Caribbean or a Divingstar before this one finishes up (though I've heard of no plans for either).
    Yes the 1200T specs are almost perfectly in line with what I wanted for the Conquistador, and I am seriously considering the 1200T. I had to take some time off from the Doxa forum because I was frustrated. However things are moving in a direction I like. The ultimate would be a 1200T with HRV and Mark V helmet logo... I would be all over it.

    Thanks for the welcome back.
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    Re: Will Doxa give a chance to 1200T green dial or yellow ???

    Doxa keeps it interesting for sure. I wouldn't have guessed they would make a rambler 1200 right away but they did. I wouldn't be suprised either way. Kind of like the guessing/waiting game for some reason.
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    Re: Will Doxa give a chance to 1200T green dial or yellow ???

    Quote Originally Posted by TKite View Post
    Yes the 1200T specs are almost perfectly in line with what I wanted for the Conquistador, and I am seriously considering the 1200T. I had to take some time off from the Doxa forum because I was frustrated. However things are moving in a direction I like. The ultimate would be a 1200T with HRV and Mark V helmet logo... I would be all over it.

    Thanks for the welcome back.
    Then go for the DWL ; it's as close as it can get to Mark V

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    Re: Will Doxa give a chance to 1200T green dial or yellow ???

    Quote Originally Posted by WS72 View Post
    Then go for the DWL ; it's as close as it can get to Mark V
    Yeah but it will cost me more and I am on a budget right now til the summer diving season really kicks off.
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    Re: Will Doxa give a chance to 1200T green dial or yellow ???

    Quote Originally Posted by TKite View Post
    Yeah but it will cost me more and I am on a budget right now til the summer diving season really kicks off.
    A shame then , wish we had summer dive seasons overhere !!

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