And Doxa said; “Let there be color!” And there was color.

Check out Doxa’s colorful new lineup that includes the SUB 200, SUB 300T and SUB 1500T models being rolled out (as of November 7th) with each model offering six permanent dial colors.

Choose from: DOXA’s signature Professional orange, Divingstar yellow, Aquamarine turquoise Caribbean blue, Searambler silver or Sharkhunter black.

In 1969, DOXA launched the SUB 300T Conquistador, the first non-military diver's watch equipped with a Helium Release Valve.

5 decades later, the new SUB 300T presented in September 2019 pays tribute to the groundbreaking original.

The 3-hand diver's watch combines the aesthetic genes of the SUB 300T Conquistador with the technical refinements of a modern-day high-performance diver's watch.

Constructed from high quality 316L Stainless steel, the SUB 300T has a diameter of 42.5mm and a scratch-resistant Sapphire crystal with an anti-reflective coating on its inside.

With a pressure rating up to 120 bar, the SUB 300T is effectively water-resistant to a depth of 1,200 meters and features Doxa’s patented unidirectional uni-rotating bezel with integrated no-decompression dive-time calculator.

All elements providing dive-relevant information are highlighted with a SLN luminescent insert to ensure optimal legibility underwater.

The bracelet is 316L Stainless steel and features a folding clasp with the DOXA fish logo embossed. MSRP is 1,890USD.

It's Caribbean blue all the way for me. Which color do you like best?


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