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The DOXA SUB 200 harks back to a golden era in recreational diving timepieces. Released in 2019, it’s an affordable Swiss-made 200m water-resistant three-hander with an ETA 2824-2 movement, from a venerable brand with a rich association with dive watches. That heritage perhaps informs the watch’s robust functionality with its sapphire crystal, sapphire bezel and endearing ‘less-is-more’ approach to watch design. That one line of text on the dial (SUB 200) is pretty boss when you think about the almost maniacal preponderance of big brands like Tudor and Rolex to fit multiple lines of spec/text on their dials (the Tudor Pelagos includes five lines, seven if you count “Tudor” and “Geneve”).
https://timeandtidewatches.com/an-owner ... a-sub-200/
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