Doxa SUB 300T Aquamarine

Reference #: 879.10.241.10

1,946 USD
Suggested retail price, may vary according to your local taxes and current exchange rates. All prices subject to change.

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Doxa reinterprets its famous Sub 300T Conquistador diving watch from 1969 in a choice of six different colors.

THE HISTORY

The Doxa Sub Conquistador from 1969 was the first divers’ watch to include a helium release valve, a unidirectional rotating bezel for monitoring dive times, and an orange dial for exceptional underwater legibility. Today, 50 years later, the new SUB 300T pays tribute to the groundbreaking original Conquistador.

VERSIONS

The new version of this historic timepiece comes in a choice of orange (Professional) which is the signature Doxa dial color, yellow (Divingstar), navy blue (Caribbean), turquoise (Aquamarine), silver (Searambler), and black (Sharkhunter).

THE CASE

The SUB 300T is housed in a 42.5mm stainless steel case with a sapphire crystal, featuring an anti-reflective and scratch-resistant coating. The hands and indexes are coated with SuperLuminova®, and the timepiece also includes the DOXA patented uni-directional bezel and an integrated no-decompression dive time calculator.

WATER RESISTANCE

The timepieces are water-resistant to 1,200 meters.

STRAP CHOICE

There is a choice of a stainless steel bracelet or a rubber strap.


Features

The Basics

Dial

Case

Strap

Functions

  • Hours
  • Minutes
  • Central Seconds
  • Date

Special Features

  • Water resistance 1200m/120 bar

The Brand

Doxa

Doxa was founded by Georges Ducommun in the Jura Mountains in 1889. One of 13 children, he left school at the age of 12 to become a watchmaking apprentice. By the age of 20, he had his very own watch repair workshop and naturally grew his business to produce his own timepieces. He is best known for his 8-day caliber which he developed for the car and aviation industries. In the 1950s the company unveiled its Bauhaus-inspired Grafic line and in 1967 it launched its famous profession diving line, the Doxa Sub, both of which are still bestsellers today.


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