SUB concept by Doxa, launched at Baselworld 1967, was considered to be the first purpose-designed diver’s watch intended for the general public. The radical innovations it presented quickly made it a reference for professionals as well. Water-resistant to a depth of 300 meters, it was the first to feature a patented rotating bezel with the official no-decompression dive table.
In 1969, the SUB concept is further refined in the form of the Doxa SUB 200 T.GRAPH, which even today still counts as a reference in the field of the most emblematic diving watches in watchmaking history.
50 years later, Doxa presents a reinterpretation of its iconic model. Following a first limited edition in 18K gold, Doxa unveils the SUB 200 T.GRAPH in a new stainless steel limited series.
With a diameter of 43 mm, the SUB 200 T.GRAPH is topped by a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal with an anti-reflective coating. In addition to being water-resistant to 20 ATM, equivalent to a depth of about 200 meters, the watch also features the famous patented unidirectional rotating bezel with the dual indication of dive time in minutes and depth in meters to calculate the dive time without decompression stops. The finishing touch: a SuperLuminova® pearl at 12 o’clock.
Just like the original model, the legendary face finished in semi-matte orange features two counters, one at 9 o’clock indicating the seconds, and the other at 3 o’clock indicating the chronograph’s 30 minutes. The baton-type hands and the insert on the chronograph’s seconds hand are all filled with SuperLuminova® beige “Light Old Radium.” The SUB 200 T.GRAPH’s characteristic indices, painted in black, are filled with SuperLuminova® beige “Light Old Radium” as well.