oxa’s SUB 300 diving watch was the first ever to look past black or white and go for colour – with an orange dial that was much easier to read and more practical in the darkness of the deep.
The timepiece launched 53 years ago now comes in a new series of six colours and 12 versions: turquoise, yellow, navy, silver, black, and of course the famous “Professional Orange” of the first SUB 300.
With short sleeves or a full body wetsuit, it’s full colour all the way for the stainless steel SUB 300 COSC. The dial is not the only thing to come in different colours; the brand is also introducing matching rubber straps, without forgetting the stainless steel “beads of rice” bracelet.
From 2020, the SUB 300 is available with flying colours: Orange Professional, Silver Searambler, Black Sharkhunter, Navy Caribbean, Yellow Divingstar, and Turquoise Aquamarine. Doxa also introduces coloured rubber straps for a tone-on-tone match with the dials, a first for its collections.
A robust and reliable 42.5 mm diver, rated to a depth of 300 metres (30 bar, about 984 feet) at an ultra competitive price/performance ratio for a superlative array of quality features. Doxa celebrates a renewal in living colour!