|#127 - The Doxa SUB 1200T Professional.|
|Wore way too high on a heavy duty zulu.|
|But worked just fine on a blue regular nato.|
|Having a beer in the sun.|
|#234 - The second 1200T Pro.|
|A yellowish tone in sun.|
|On the Doxa hershey rubber.|
|Beautiful off the wrist.|
|But terrible on the wrist. Look at the crazy fit! What were they thinking?|
I bought my second one just because I’d gotten an idea about how good a Doxa would look on their hershey rubber. This was back in September 2014. I found a 1200T for sale in Sweden and ordered the strap from United States. Talk about a downer when it was mounted and done. It looked so good on the pictures I’d seen but on the wrist it was horrible. A totally worthless fit. At least on my wrist, which isn’t that skinny, but for this rubber to look alright you should have quite a wide wrist to get rid of the otherwise large gap that appears between the wrist and the rubber. My second 1200T was also a full set (it even had the CD) but this time it took just one month before I gave it up. The 1200T’s and I were officially done after this.
UPDATE - April 1st 2016.
Came across these photos today of the Doxa NUMA 1200T Professional which I wore for a week in November 2012 in a so called "Passaround" where a couple of forum members chip in an equal share to finance a watch that everyone get's to try for a limited time which then is given to one of the participants in a raffle. Loved the all white hands. Cool watch.
|NUMA - National Underwater Marine Agency.|