Friday, December 21st, 2012 | Author:

When okies8 first shared this back in Nov, I was so tempted yet unsure. The yellow is screaming out at me but I was hesitant, so I waited for more photos of the actual watch, as they slowly appear on WUS, I decided to jump onto it. Placed an order by end of Nov, the watch finally arrived almost a month later.

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At the first glance, it’s almost exactly a replica of the original Jenny Caribbean, the distinct differences are bigger case, screwed down case back vs a monobloc case design, dial and hands and the logo used.

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The old and new side by side, the bezel with the decompression table is what stands out in both Jenny.

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It’s like falling in love all over again, the perfectly finished brushing on case, the bezel turns smoothly and clicks into alignment. Not a diver, so I can’t make any sense out of the decompression table along the bezel.

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The case back is very different with Jenny’s first logo, the Xiphias (sword fish). Quoting from Doxa announcement, “The new (old) logo is historical to JENNY watches and represents a the early days in the evolution of the Jenny Caribbean.”

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The original fish logo for reference, which is currently adopted in all Doxa sub watches.

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Signed buckle, since we are on the topic of strap, I have very mixed feelings about it, I believe other owners shared the same as well. It’s very comfortable but it picks up dust and lint like magnet. The strap have to go.

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Signed crown with the new old logo.

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Symbol of Quality, 50 years apart.

The other Jennys in my collection.

Ladies Jenny Caribbean
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Jenny fascination
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Category: Jenny
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