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There are two things we love more in this world we love more than a dram of Ten Year Old Laphroaig. A beautiful DOXA is one of them. The other? Well, we'll let you use your imagination.
In the early days of SCUBA, finding a good dive watch was hit or miss. Some designs failed and others downright flopped. But the innovative designs that DOXA compiled (uni-directional rotating bezel, expanding steel bracelet with ratcheting clasp, helium release valve and orange dial, to name a few) into their watches were universally hailed as a success. So much so, in fact, that Jacques Cousteau himself selected DOXA to be the only dive watch to be sold at his U.S. Divers shops nationwide.
And while we believe that all DOXA divers are important watches, we find ourselves falling in love all over again when one of these beauties crosses our path. With a pedigree and look all their own, there is no doubt in our minds that DOXA subs are some of the coolest vintage divers out there.
This specific watch is a superb example of an original silver-dialed Searambler model with the desirable US Diver's logo dial and Sailing Ship case back. If you're a dive watch enthusiast, or a collector looking for a unique piece of horological history, this gorgeous timepiece is a must-have.
Stainless Steel case is approximately 42mm (excluding crown). Circa 1968.
Overall condition: Case is in good original condition over all, unpolished and showing normal signs of wear from age and use. Original dial is in excellent condition- near mint with evenly aged luminous markers. Original matching luminous handset show signs of patination consistent with age. Bezel ring shows moderate wear with some scratching. Original Sailing Ship case back and Synchron-signed crown.
Includes two premium nylon straps by Crown & Buckle.