DOXA Sub 200 T.Graph Reissue
$ 4,800.00

DOXA Sub 200 T.Graph Reissue

Why We Love It

Here at Analog/Shift, we’re known for our love of DOXA. In any flavor, any color, from the common yet wonderful orange-dialed Sub 300T Professional to the black-dialed Sharkhunter, the Army, any anything in between, we’ve counted them in our personal collection and offered them on our site. But our love of the brand doesn’t end with the vintage versions. DOXA is still around, and still manages to excite us. Such is the case with this watch, a Sub 200 T.Graph Reissue.

In 2019, DOXA released a limited run of these special diver's chronographs — one of which we offer here, complete with its inner and outer boxes, books and warranty card. The pieces are faithful recreations of the original T.Graphs of the late 1960s, featuring a 43mm steel cushion case, unidirectional timing bezel adorned with the U.S. Navy No- Decompression chart, and of course the signature orange 'Professional' dial with contrasting white registers and a date function at 6:00.

With "Old Radium" colored Super Luminova indices and matching handset, a sapphire crystal and a New Old Stock Valjoux 7734 manual-winding chronograph movement, the result is a proper homage to one of the rarest and most interesting dive watches that not only looks great but is ready for use in the field!

The Story

DOXA began Research and Development for the Sub 300 in 1964, under a team helmed by Urs Eschle, the brand's head of operations, who consulted professional divers including none other than the father of SCUBA himself, Jacques-Yves Cousteau.

Since wearability was crucial, Eschle designed a large case with wide rounded lugs. For the dial, the team tested many colors (orange, yellow, turquoise, and red) in the waters of Neuchatel Lake. An unprecedented amount of tritium was also used on the hands and hour indices. 

The team implemented a unidirectional bezel with an innovative insert: the U.S. Navy No Decompression chart, with the outer depth scale in orange and the minute scale in black, to allow divers to gauge how much air was in left in their tanks. Rounding out the Sub 300's innovative design was a beads-of-rice bracelet that was the first to implement an ratcheting expandable clasp capable of fitting over a diver's wetsuit without having to remove links.


SKU: AS04023

Stainless steel case is approximately 43mm (excluding the crown). Calibre 7734 manual-winding chronograph movement by Valjoux. DOXA Reference 805.10.351.10. Circa 2019.

Overall Condition: The case is in excellent condition overall showing faint wear consistent with careful use. Luminous orange dial is in as-new condition with "Old Radium" beige colored Super Luminova and matching handset. Signed crown.

Includes multi-link stainless steel "Beads of Rice" bracelet with signed folding cIasp with wetsuit extension. Also includes inner and outer boxes, books, papers, and warranty card.

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