DOXA, Reinterpreted

DOXA launches the SUB 200 T.Graph powered by a 30-year old historical movement – the original ValJoux 7734 calibres.

Baselworld 2019 saw the success of the 18k gold 130thAnniversary series launched by DOXA, and what better way to commemorate that success than with a new watch! DOXA presents the SUB 200 T.Graph, a reinterpretation of the original SUB concept launched at the 1967 Basel Fair as the first purpose-designed diver's watch intended for the general public.

The new stainless-steel 43mm series comes with a patented unidirectional rotating bezel with a dual indication of the the dive time in minutes and the depth in meters. This is to help the diver calculate the dive time without decompression stops. The SuperLuminova pearl at the 12 o'clock adds the finishing touch to the bezel.

The semi-matte finished orange dial features two counters – the seconds counter at the 9 o'clock and the chronograph 30 minutes counter is displayed at the 3 o'clock. The hands are baton-shaped with the indices in black. Both the hands and the indices are coated in SuperLuminova for easy legibility.

Limited to 300 pieces, the DOXA SUB 200 T.Graph stainless steel comes equipped with the 30-year old historical 7734 ValJoux movements. The divers watch sits comfortably on the iconic “grains of rice” steel bracelet featuring a folding claso with a diving extension and the DOXA fish symbol. The suggested retail price for the watch is $4,900 or Rs. 3.49 lakh and will be available on the official DOXA website from the 2ndSeptember.


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