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Beautiful they are

What a fascinating watch box they have there. All those and
right in front of them.
That was a grand and successful mission.
 

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When you have come too

Agree totally. Plus within MM300 price bracket.

So tempted, but there are a few Seikos I need first and maybe an extra g-shock.

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When you have come to experience having a ...... " DOXA " on your
wrist like I did one would forget the rest for now. They are a watch
user's dream come true . This " DOXA " I have when I put it on while still
in the water when I found it made me look at it for the Third time.
I found it , grabbed it and immediately placed it on my left wrist next
to me ..... SKX 173, and there was a immediate difference right then.
Try one one and it will change your mind real fast, but it also changes
the .............. " Pocket Book " , real fast too if buying one.
Till today I still can't get over me actually finding this ............ " Magnificent Treasure ",
and no one came to claim it.
 

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I've been following the Mission 31 announcements from the beginning, and strongly considered jumping on a M31 early as a number of the first watches sold were going to be watches from the mission itself.

DOXA is one of my favorite brands, largely because they stayed true to their mission of making tool watches for divers.

Here's my DOXA, a grail piece to many DOXA collectors, a COSC-certified SUB750T Professional:



A model production for DOXA is about 5000 watches, and for a few models they sent 100 watches (2%) for chronometer certification.
These watches were given dials with the "Officially Certified Chronometer" designation.
These don't change hands very often, so when one showed up on WatchRecon a couple of years ago I jumped at it.
Glad I did - it's a keeper.

There's a great E-Book on the DOXA Subs, with TONS of eye candy here:
http://www.doxa300t.com/10years/10-Years-of-the-DOXA-SUB.pdf
 

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I Told myself

Not that's just amazing. Lucky for you but unlucky for someone else.
With luck like that do you wqnt to some lotto numbers for me.
But seriously. That looks amazing.

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Man its not in my life time that I would have found something like this.
but I tried to find the owner for almost three months, and no one appealed to it for claiming.
I really felt for the guy that lost it, but I even announched it through the Military and Local
police but no one came for it.
So now it sits in a box , but not a " DOXA " box yet to be found.
 

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The Doxa that i have always wanted is the Sub 300T Conquistador.



Just something about it. What has become my non-seiko dive grail. One day, oh yes, one day it shall be mine.

Thanks for the eBook link estrickland was a great read.
 

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The Doxa that i have always wanted is the Sub 300T Conquistador.



Just something about it. What has become my non-seiko dive grail. One day, oh yes, one day it shall be mine.

Thanks for the eBook link estrickland was a great read.
Fantastic choice. First watch for public sale with a HEV, in conjunction with US Divers/AquaLung - awesome.
 
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