Doxa 1200T Spring Bar Issue??

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Doxa 1200T Spring Bar Issue??

Post by skcheng » Thu May 04, 2017 3:23 pm

Could use a little help please. I just picked up a 1200T and I need a source for 20mm spring bars. The ones that I currently have for my Seiko MM300 are too thick. They don't fully engage and just pop out. Tried the Toxic Slim Fats, and the Fatties along with some stock Seiko and they don't seem to fit properly.

Is there a part number with thinner ends that work well with the smaller Doxa lug holes? Or a link to where I could purchase some?

I'm a strap whore so I need some spares :mrgreen:

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Re: Doxa 1200T Spring Bar Issue??

Post by CGSshorty » Thu May 04, 2017 4:54 pm

Do you know what size tips Doxa uses? 0.8?
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Re: Doxa 1200T Spring Bar Issue??

Post by skcheng » Thu May 04, 2017 5:00 pm

I don't know? I'm actually going to measure the ones on the bracelet right now. Looks like Toxic has some smaller ended spring bars on his site. Or maybe I should just order some from Doxa for $15/set?

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Re: Doxa 1200T Spring Bar Issue??

Post by skcheng » Thu May 04, 2017 5:31 pm

Okay, just measured my pretty worn out Doxa spring bars and they're .8mm at the ends. 1.78mm thick. And about 23mm long.

Looks like these Toxic NORM spring bars should work:


[url]https://www.toxicnatos.com/products/tox ... a-pair/url]


Hopefully the 20mm bars are double flanged? In the pics, they look single flanged.

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Re: Doxa 1200T Spring Bar Issue??

Post by CGSshorty » Thu May 04, 2017 5:57 pm

Send terry a PM. He will help you get the right ones. 1.78 with .8 tips is a very standard size. There is also a 2.0 with .8 tips if you want something more sturdy.
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Re: Doxa 1200T Spring Bar Issue??

Post by BBK357 » Thu May 04, 2017 6:13 pm

You should just call Doxa customer support.

All joking aside, I know the feeling. I had a Sinn that I lost a bar and It took me a while to find the right fit.


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Re: Doxa 1200T Spring Bar Issue??

Post by mellonb1 » Thu May 04, 2017 9:11 pm

Terry will get you squared away.

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