olour is in Doxa’s DNA. Over 50 years ago in 1967, the brand was the first one to introduce orange in a world of white, gray or black watch dials. It wasn’t just about daring to be different. It was a purpose-driven choice.
Among the diver’s watches developed by Doxa, there is a new collection with a mechanical self-winding chronograph, quick to spot with its three counters: the SUB 200 C- GRAPH.
The case, made of highest-quality 316L stainless steel has a diameter of 45 mm and features a unidirectional rotating bezel. The screw-down crown further ensures water resistance to 200 meters (≈650 feet). Under the dome-shaped, scratch-resistant sapphire glass box crystal, all dive-related indications on the dial are treated with a Super-LumiNova® luminescent coating to ensure optimum legibility under low-visibility conditions. The Swiss automatic movement offers a power reserve of approximately 48 hours.
Six colors are available in twelve versions: Orange Professional (the dial colour first introduced by in 1967), Silver Searambler, Black Sharkhunter, Navy Caribbean Yellow Divingstar and Turquoise Aquamarine
Each of the 6 colour variants of the SUB 200 C-GRAPH is available in two versions: either with the iconic stainless steel ‘rice bead’ bracelet with a deployant clasp and diver’s extension (for quick wrist size adjustment when wearing a wet or drysuit); or with a new, sportier, supple and resistant rubber strap, with a tang buckle, that matches the dial color and features distinctive Doxa markings on both sides.
All in all, a diver’s diving watch, a chronograph, reliable and robust that offers ultra-competitive value for the sum of its features: CHF 2’690.00 for the stainless steel ‘rice bead’ bracelet version, and CHF 2’650.00 for the version with the rubber strap.