Doxa develops six dial colours for its 50th anniversary SUB 300T dive watches


It is 50 years since Doxa first unveiled its SUB 300T Conquistador, billed as an efficient and affordable diver’s watch with key advances for underwater use like a helium release valve, a unidirectional rotating bezel for setting no decompression dive times, and an orange dial for legibility.

In this golden anniversary year, the Swiss watchmaker has released a modern day Conquistador in six new colours: orange, yellow, navy blue, turquoise, silver and black.

The 2019 collection comes in 42.5mm steel cases housing the ETA 2824-2 automatic movement with dials under sapphire crystal.


The three-hander watches can be worn on a steel bracelet or, from December, a rubber strap.

Prices will be around $2000.


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