As Blue as the Pacific Ocean

Doxa’s “SUB 600T” dives for the first time in a brushed titanium case

Doxa first presented the “SUB 600T” in the 1980s. The crown, which is positioned at the “4,” and the specially shaped case with eye-catching angles, gave this model a decidedly unique character and clearly distinguished it from the round cases of the watches in previous collections of diver’s watches. The “SUB 600T” quickly gained a circle of friends among professional and recreational divers.


Forty years later, this successful history provides ample reason for the Swiss brand to present the model anew in a limited edition of 200 timepieces. The newcomer dives for the first time in a brushed titanium case with an internal ceramic bezel showing the dive time in minutes and the depth in feet all the way down to 600 meters. The brilliantly luminescent dial captures the blue of the Pacific Ocean. Standing out against this marine blue are the original hour markers in the shape of white shark’s teeth at the “3,” “6,” “9” and “12.” Each hour marker is outlined in Doxa’s signature orange color. The rubber strap with a new, finely adjustable folding clasp likewise presents itself tone-in-tone.

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