Swiss brand DOXA releases a new version of its famed diver’s watch in six colors this month.
The Sub 300T Conquistador revolutionized the diver’s watch in 1969. To celebrate the 50th anniversary, DOXA is releasing an updated SUB 300T in the original orange, as well as yellow, navy blue, turquoise, silver and black.
The original, while affordable, was the first diver’s watch to come equipped with a helium release valve.
The new version replicates the look of the 1969 version, and is made of 316L stainless steel. It includes a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal and allows diving at up to 1200m depth.
A DOXA statement promised, “dual indication of dive time in minutes and depth in feet”. Visibility will also be easy in any conditions with the Super-LumiNova luminescent coating on the display.
A rubber wristband version will release December, priced at $2,296. The metal bracelet version is $2,347.