DOXA has wanted the world to be a more colorful place since 1967 when it introduced the first bright orange watch into a monochrome divers’ space that was just starting to expand from an industry of professionals into a pastime of enthusiasts.
It has since built on a splash of orange to create sports watches in a rainbow of colors and is adding to its portfolio this month with six styles of its SUB 200 C-GRAPH automatic chronograph.
The 45mm stainless steel family of watches, waterproof to 200 metres, is offered in orange, silver, black, navy blue, yellow and turquoise.
Three sub dial chronographs are not typically considered as divers’ watches, which tend to favor simplicity and legibility over finely graduated measurement of time, but DOXA has combined the two and ensured the SUB 200 C-GRAPH is easily read in poor light conditions through the use of Super-LumiNova hands and markers.
The collection, which uses a Swiss-made automatic chronograph movement, comes with either stainless steel rice bead bracelets or rubber straps that match the dial colors.
They are on sale now for $2,790 on the bracelet and $2,750 on the rubber strap.