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Doxa brings back its 1969 SUB 200 T.GRAPH in steel

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Doxa has followed up on its 18ct gold 130th anniversary edition of its SUB 200 T.GRAPH watch with a limited edition of the same watch in steel.

The SUB first launched in 1967 as what the company claimed was the first purpose-designed diver’s watch intended for the general public. The SUB 200 T.Graph was added to the line in 1969.

Today, of course, you see more dive watches in the office than wrapped around a wet suit wrist.

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The steel version comes in a 43mm case with a unidirectional rotating bezel.

Like the original 1969 model, it has an orange dial with two counters for a 30 minute chronograph and small seconds.

Inside is a refurbished Valjoux 7734 manual-wind movement with 45 hours of power reserve.

It will sell in the United States for $4,900.

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