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Dear Forum Members -

This has been an interesting week - fun for the most part - but as ever, we are hoping to put your wants and needs first! While we know that many of you have enjoyed the slow reveal, we also understand that for some of you it has been disappointing. And ultimately, we don't want to disappoint ANYONE! Our intentions were to make this a fun and collaborative event, but we realize now that perhaps the time is right to give all of the information as we now have it complete.

We have crashed all sorts of deadlines to get this watch to you 10 days ahead of schedule, and while we'd love to take a break and relax, that is not our style, and we don't want you, our dear friends to have to wait any longer!

We had been waiting for high resolution photos - and now we have them! We are also thrilled to announce that this watch is now officially in stock and will begin shipping on Tuesday of next week - November 11th!

THAT'S RIGHT - NO PRE ORDER NEEDED! NO WAITING NEEDED!

In that spirit, we are going to wrap-up the slow reveal TODAY and start taking orders TODAY - because - the watch is ready to ship!

And we have an early holiday present just for our returning DOXA DIRECT Customers who are also members of the official DOXA FORUM - we will be offering this new DOXA SUB at 30% off of the retail price from now, through December 31st!!! For the first time since the end of the Returning Customer Discount Program, we are offering it again for a limited time for this model ONLY. So the order price is: $1,890.00 - Full Retail is $2,790.00

Limited EDITION - 500 Pieces Total of the 800Ti
So without further ado, we would like to introduce you to the DOXA SUB 800Ti.

and here's how it looks on a NATO strap:





To order this new DOXA SUB, please use this link:

https://www.doxasub.com/Order/order.aspx?ID=145

Or call us at:
(877) 255 - 5017

Case: If it looks like steel, it must be…Titanium! We have treated and brushed the case and bracelet surface to harden and to make it more scratch resistant than the Titanium typically used in watch case production. This process has also given the Titanium a similar appearance to Stainless Steel - so no dull-grey DOXA! Water resistant to 800 meters. Anti magnetic.
44.7 mm diameter, 15 mm in height, 21 mm lug width. Solid screw down case back, screw down crown.

With this approach you are getting the best of both possible worlds - the ridgity of Titanium, with the classic look of stainless steel. Add into the bargain the antimagnetic properties of Titanium!

This is a solid, substantial dive watch, and a fitting member of the DOXA SUB Fleet.

Bracelet: 5000T style titanium with screw lug attachment (No springbars needed!) and the "ratcheting" wet suit extension. - also pictured with NATO strap

Movement: ETA 2824

Lume: Tritium Tubes

Hands: Classic DOXA SUB style hands with tritium tubes and DOXA's iconic dwarf hour hand.

Bezel: Engraved titanium unidirectional rotating bezel

This is our last new release of the year - we truly hope that you enjoy it!

DOXA
 

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That's more like it!

Nothing wrong with a slower reveal but 2-4 days is about all I could handle. I started tuning out.

The watch looks really cool! I recently joined the Doxa club with a used 750T. I have another pre-loved Doxa on the way as well (stay tuned for a comparison of the two).

Your present offer is a very good deal.

This one is a classic to me and I have wanted one for a long time:

It is so comfy too!


Another mm or two in thickness would no unbalance the watch at all. The 15mm on this new model in thickness will pretty much be perfect!:-!

I love my 750T and I look forward to getting my next Doxa.

I love your 750 GMTs as well!:p
 

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Regarding Tube Colors - they are the same!

Dial Color Options - You heard it here first - Black = Sharkhunter
Orange = Professional!

James
DOXA

Very nice. I hope to pick one up before year end. Couple of questions:

  • dial color options
  • tube colors (dial and hands the same?)
Thanks for taking some of the comments on prior projects to heart. I think this one is a big step in the right direction from a communication and expectation setting standpoint. :-!
 

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Smart use of the 2824...

From what I have read this one is able to stand a bit more abuse than the 2892. This is just from posts I have read.

This is a good write up on the movement:
http://www.chronometrie.com/eta2824/eta2824.html

The overall package seems awesome. My previous experience with 2 Titanium watches has found them to be scratch magnets. Then again they were not treated in any way to toughen them up. I do have a Titanium Nitride diver that is very resistent to scratches so if this 800Ti is anything like this then this is one tough watch.

Nice job Doxa!b-)
 

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Regarding Tube Colors - they are the same!

Dial Color Options - You heard it here first - Black = Sharkhunter
Orange = Professional!

James
DOXA

Very nice. I hope to pick one up before year end. Couple of questions:

  • dial color options
  • tube colors (dial and hands the same?)
Thanks for taking some of the comments on prior projects to heart. I think this one is a big step in the right direction from a communication and expectation setting standpoint. :-!
Thanks James. Are the tubes blue, orange, or green? Guessing orange, btu maybe I missed it somewhere else.
 

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Looks nice...love the tubes, bracelet, and the titanium....I am a little disappointed b/c I thought this was a throwback to the 60's ARMY sub(maybe a misread)...this one is essentually a Sharkhunter with tritium tubes, a 5000t bracelet, and Ti case. I like it though very much and I think will be a winner at this pricepoint. :-!
 

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Very,VERY nice!

Leif
 
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