All in White

The “SUB 200 Whitepearl” eschews bright colors for the first time

Color is an integral part of Doxa’s history. Back in 1967, when most dials were either black or gray, Doxa introduced orange to watches’ faces. More than 50 years later, the legendary “SUB” is now available for the first time in an all-white version bearing the sonorous name “SUB 200 Whitepearl.” This automatic watch thus complements the six color tones previously offered in the “SUB 200”, “SUB 300” and “SUB 1500T” collections.

The case is made of 316L stainless steel, measures 42 millimeters in diameter and is equipped with a screw-in crown and a scratch-resistant “glass box” sapphire crystal. Beneath the crystal, all indicators that provide dive-related information are coated with luminous white Super-LumiNova. The “SUB 200 Whitepearl” is available in two versions: one variant is attached either to the original stainless steel rice grain bracelet or to a white rubber strap; the other variant is dimensioned in a somewhat smaller size for women.

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