DOXA’s Latest Retro Watch Is A Durable Limited Edition Steel Diver

Aug 19, 2019

Category: Gear

Fifty years ago, DOXA first unveiled their SUB concept dive watch — a design that’s still influential in the industry today. And while they had already released an out-of-character 18ct gold edition, they’re now re-releasing it in far more functional steel.

Like its gold predecessor, the stainless steel SUB 200 T.GRAPH isn’t going to be around forever; only 300 are to be made. And with its retro styling and long list of features, it will likely go quickly. Thos features include a 20 ATM waterproof rating, the famous patented unidirectional dual-indicating rotating bezel, a signature orange dial, and SuperLuminova markings. Better still, this model is equipped with genuine historical 7734 VALJOUX movements that date back 30 years and have been carefully preserved by DOXA’s owners. Available on September 2nd of this year, these watches will cost $4,900 apiece.

Purchase: $4,900

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