DOXA: Unique in style and spirit

November 2003

Inspired by the Bauhaus aesthetics

Inspired by the Bauhaus aesthetics, DOXA launched its famous Grafic model in the early 50s, which made a spectacular impression because of its revolutionary design. It also contributed to bringing the square watch back into fashion.

Now, 50 years later—and still maintaining its tradition—DOXA is extending the DOXA Grafic line with the new Quadro collection. The Quadro shows the pure face of time. It owes the unique good looks of its sweeping case lines and memorable face to the period and circumstances of the initial development of the Grafic lines.

DOXA Quadro—its sobriety is in keeping with current trends. COSC certified chronometer with a curved case and non-reflecting sapphire crystal, water-resistant to 50 metres, screw-down caseback with transparent sapphire crystal showing the automatic movement. Two zone dial with applied Roman numerals, calendar between 10 and 11 o'clock, steel or leather bracelet with butterfly buckle.

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Source: Europa Star magazine
September 2003