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Would you buy a smaller Sub if available?

  • No, I like the size of the 750T

    Votes: 1 33.3%
  • Yes

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Yes, if it was an exact copy of the vintage 300T

    Votes: 1 33.3%
  • Yes, if it was the size of the 600T

    Votes: 1 33.3%
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How many people would buy a smaller Sub?

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Regarding a smaller DOXA SUB, I am afraid this was discussed so many times before and the clear answer from DOXA was that there are no plans for making a smaller DOXA SUB. The SUB750T has sold 500% of the SUB600T in the same period of time. The DOXA SUB is a heavy tool watch and will stay like that. Back in the 60s, the DOXA SUB 300T was the largest dive watch available on the market. translating this into todays trend mean that the SUB750 has the correct size in it's field of use and you all have proven that. Also the SUB750T seems to fit the vast majority as it is the most successful product to date.

I was thinking loud about a unisex model for ladies a few days ago but I am sorry. R&D has killed my hopes in a few words.

I wish we were able to make every watch wish come true but unfortunately this is impossible as we would end up with 30 different models.

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Hasn't doxa answered this tons of times already. IIRC they said something to the effect of NO. The 750 case is the right size they currently want and there aren't plans to make a bigger or smaller one. Also, for the immediate future there will be no ladies sized diver, due to the ultimate expense of producing a watch with such a limited market. There was a response to this question posted over the last few days.

Personally I love the 750 case
 
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