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  1. Public Forum
    I'm looking for a retro-inspired cushion-cased diver and have narrowed it down to either the Doxa Sub 300T (Caribbean on rubber strap) or the Seiko SPB183. Taking into account that I won't do any serious diving with either of these, the water-resistance between the two is not a major...
  2. DOXA S.A.
    This is my first Doxa sub300t watch. It's a pre Syncron Sharkhunter, with the sailboat on back. I own it for more than 40 years. I stored it for years after watch fell and the crystal snapped. Seven years ago I decided to restore it . I went for two or three watchmakers for an estimate but In...
  3. Watches - Private Sellers and Sponsors
    SOLD !! After a lot of deliberation, I'm selling my Doxa Sub300T Professional. This watch has and interesting history. I am the second owner, having bought the watch from the family of the original owner. his son told me that his dad was a professional diver for the city of San Francisco, and...
  4. DOXA S.A.
    Can anybody tell me what this watch is worth? I know it is a re-edition, comes in a aluminum tube, with a spare strap in black/orange and a small screw driver; on the back it says 7/1000. Thx
  5. DOXA S.A.
    I've been looking for a Divingstar for some time, and came across this version from a seller in Germany. It looks like Aubry era? Maybe a new bezel insert? It is similar to those on pages 58-61 of Flyingdoc's book. The bezel looks right on the serrated edges, and the insert looks like it fits as...
  6. DOXA Wrist Shots
    Took some shots today to send to Doxa to see if I can get a 1000T bracelet to fit. Thought I'd share with you all as well. My watch started life as a '67 Sub 300T Professional (or so research shows). It now sports an ETA-2824 mmt., Rolex Trip-lock Tube & Crown, a redone dial with re-lumed...
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