In 2019, Doxa praises its 130th commemoration and the 50th commemoration of one of its notable watches, the Sub 200 T.GRAPH. At Baselworld, we recorded the re-release of this model as one of our #1 jump watches of the reasonable… with one lament. This restricted version was delivered in a progression of 13 watches just in gold. Indeed, agreeable to us, Doxa has now delivered a hardened steel restricted version of the model.
Founded in 1889 by Georges Ducommun, Doxa accomplished faction status among plunge watch buffs however is still “specialty” for a standard crowd. The brand is mostly known for its imaginative, tough jump watches from the last part of the 1960s, specifically, the SUB 300 and its initial helium get away from valve. Among other past wonders, the two-register chronograph known as the Doxa Sub 200 T.GRAPH was delivered in 1969.
Fashioned out of 316L steel, the particular instance of the 2019 reedition of the model is 43mm x 46mm x 15mm. Standing high off the case for better hold, the no-decompression unidirectional pivoting bezel includes the time numbering in dark, the profundity in orange and a Super-LumiNova pearl. The sapphire gem is treated with an enemy of intelligent covering. The case and crown are screw-down and the water-obstruction of the model is of 200m.
The signature brilliant orange dial stands apart with its unordinary plan components. The rectangular hour markers are matched with implement style hands. These are fitted with Super-LumiNova® beige “Light Old Radium”. The Doxa T.GRAPH and SUB.200 professional subtitle are off-focused. The differentiating registers show little seconds and chronograph minutes. The date is demonstrated at 6 o’clock.
As with the Baselworld gold restricted release, the steel variant is controlled by ‘vintage’ Valjoux 7734 developments that have been painstakingly saved by the Jenny family more than thirty years. Normally, these have been appropriately renovated. This hand-wound cam-driven chronograph is the date variant of the Valjoux 7730/33 delivered in the last part of the 1960s and mid 1970s. It works at 18,000 vibrations each hour with a 45-hour power reserve.
The Doxa Sub 200 T.GRAPH is worn on a steel globule of-rice arm band joined by screws. It is gotten to the wrist with a collapsing catch decorated with the Doxa fish emblem and fitted with a wetsuit extension.
A restricted version of 300 pieces, this steel Doxa Sub 200 T.GRAPH will be accessible as of September 2nd on the brand’s site. Cost is set at EUR 4,900. For more data, if it’s not too much trouble, visit www.doxawatches.com