DOXA loves color and was the first watch brand to introduce an orange dial on a diver’s watch in 1967. A bold statement at the time of gray and black dials but a useful one as in the diving world an orange dial makes diving sense, increasing legibility underwater.
Now more than 50 years later, the legendary SUB is available in all white for the first time in DOXA’s rich history. The new SUB 200 Whitepearl joins the six dial colors already on offer in the SUB 200, SUB 300, and SUB 1500T collections.
The DOXA SUB 200 Dial Colors
Orange – Professional (the dial color launched by DOXA Watches in 1967)
Silver – Searambler
Black – Sharkhunter
Navy – Caribbean
Yellow – Divingstar
Turquoise – Aquamarine
And as of July 2021:
White – Whitepearl
DOXA’s SUB 200 Whitepearl dive watch
The new Whitepearl color has been introduced today in the SUB 200 collection. The SUB 200 Whitepearl comes in a 42mm 316L stainless steel case with a domed, scratch-resistant ‘glass box’ sapphire crystal, a unidirectional rotating bezel, and a screw-down crown. The timepiece is water-resistant to 200 meters, approximately 650 feet.
All dive-related displays have a white Super-LumiNova® luminescent coating to ensure excellent readability in low-light diving conditions. Equipped with a Swiss automatic movement, the SUB 200 offers a power reserve of approximately 38 hours.
The DOXA SUB 200 Whitepearl is available in two versions: either with the iconic DOXA stainless steel ‘rice bead’ mesh bracelet with a folding clasp with a wetsuit extension or a sportier rubber strap in Whitepearl White with a pin buckle. The rubber strap is available in two sizes, standard and small, to fit any wrist.
A competitive Quality/Price Ratio
A Swiss diving watch, elegant, reliable, and sturdy, packed with features with a very competitive quality/price ratio: EURO 990.00 for the version with the stainless steel ‘rice bead’ bracelet, and EURO 950.00 for the version with the rubber strap.
Susanne Samuelsson is from Sweden but has lived in Switzerland for most of her life. She has spent the last 20 years working for luxury watch publications in sales and marketing. She has worked for Europa Star, Revolution, Elite Traveler,Quintessentially and The Rake. She loves wearing men’s timepieces and since she started The Watch Pages has a list as long as your arm of new watches she would love to buy!