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

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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.

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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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