Doxa Releases a Standard-Issue Doxa Army in Steel

At this year’s Geneva Watch Days, Doxa unveiled a standard-issue version of the history-laden military tool watch, the Doxa Army. The design was originally released in the spring of 2022 as a limited edition, but following its success is now being placed into serial production.

The 42.5mm case is milled from a 316L stainless steel block and equipped with a screw-down crown, a screwed caseback, and a sapphire crystal. It can withstand pressures of up to 30 atm (300 meters).

The Doxa Army features a unidirectional rotating bezel that is available in bronze with a ceramic insert in “Hunter Green” or in stainless steel with a ceramic insert in black. For best readability underwater, all displays relevant to diving are coated with Superluminova. The watch, which is powered by an automatic movement based on ETA 2824, is optionally available with a stainless steel bracelet featuring a rice-grain design, or a rubber strap in “Hunter Green” or black.

Pricing for the new standard-issue Doxa Army starts at $2,050 on a black rubber strap. The base version available for purchase also comes with an additional NATO bracelet in a camouflage pattern.

To learn more, visit Doxa, here.

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  1. Martin Walport

    It doesn’t come with an alternative NATO bracelet. It comes with an alternative NATO strap.
    Why can’t some make or understand the simple difference between a bracelet and a strap?

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