The reissued SUB 200 is still a three-handed dive watch with a case made of 316L stainless steel and specced to 200 meters of water resistance. With a diameter of 42 mm and 14 mm thin, it is topped by a sapphire crystal that takes on the distinctive shape of the domed plexiglass used back in the day. It features a velvety dial in a number of colorways with baton-type hands, applied indexes and markers on the bezel, all of which are coated with Super-LumiNova beige “Light-Old Radium” to accentuate the vintage character. A date window in contrasting white is placed at 3 o’clock.
Doxa SUB 200 ‘Sharkhunter’
The watch is powered by the workhorse ETA 2824-2, a self-winding movement with a power reserve of 42 hours. The watch is paired with the distinctive beads-of-rice bracelet, also made of 316L steel and featuring a folding clasp with diving extension.
There’s also a limited-edition version available that commemorates the 130th anniversary of Doxa.
The standard model — available in black, orange, turquoise, silver, yellow, and blue — will be out in November of this year. It’s priced at $950 on a rubber strap and $990 with the bracelet option. A 130-piece, limited-edition version celebrating the 130th anniversary of Doxa (pictured above) will also be available for $1,190 this October.