Doxa Introduces the Sub 200 T.Graph in Steel

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Doxa Introduces the Sub 200 T.Graph in Steel

Post by koimaster » August 15th 2019, 10:12am

$5K for a fucking Doxa! :dssd:
Most famous for making distinctively styled dive watches in the late 1960s and 1970s, Doxa produces pretty much the same watches today as annual limited editions. The latest is the Sub 200 T.Graph, a remake of a 1969 diver’s chronograph – the flagship model of its day and now a rare, sought-after watch.

The watch was first reissued as a 50th anniversary commemorative edition with an 18k yellow gold case and bracelet at Baselworld 2019. Now the more sensible steel version has arrived, and is still faithful to the original in shape and style. ... steel.html
Limited to 300 watches, the Doxa Sub 200 T.Graph in steel is priced at US$4,900, and will be available direct from starting September 2, 2019.

Cue Lalo and minkster " limited editions of only 300 x dial colors x day/date/ times how much more money I can fleece from you.

Fanbois will love to give Invicta doxa their hard earned money for a watch that cost less then $400 to make.


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Re: Doxa Introduces the Sub 200 T.Graph in Steel

Post by MKTheVintageBloke » August 15th 2019, 12:02pm

It is a nice-looking watch. Or it would be, if it wasn't so fucking orange.

And it would be a good watch, if not for the fact that the Doxa of today is what it is, a zombie brand with an army of their rentboys at forums to contain criticism and claim that the laws of physics are wrong, because Doxa's Josef Goebbels marketing department says so.

The price tag's got to be a fucking joke. They can take that wartche, stick it in their arses, and enjoy their new, overpriced suppository.
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