RECOMMENDED READING: Taking the DOXA SUB 200 over the water, but not into it

Kayaking isn't the sport that immediately comes to mind when you think of DOXA, given that your DOXA is most comfortable hundreds of metres under the water, not necessarily on a narrow boat above the water. But that is exactly where fellow watch writer Sophie Furley from Watchonista took two different DOXA models on quite a cold looking adventure recently, paddling out over Lake Brienz in Switzerland. On the wrists were the DOXA SUB 200 with the turquoise dial, as…

IN-DEPTH: The DOXA SUB 1500T

Within DOXA's lineup of tributes to its 1967-born icon, the SUB 300, the SUB 1500T poses the burning question none of us knew we were asking: What if it could go even deeper? Because one of the most self-sabotaging misnomers the watch industry has ever seen is this: the Doxa SUB 300T hints at only one-quarter of the truth. It can, in fact, go 1200 metres deep. The original SUB 300 (no T) from 1967 was thinner and was true…

Actor Rodger Corser brings Ch.9 travel show Postcards into the Time+Tide office!

Whether he's playing a hard-partying surgeon in Doctor Doctor or a bewildered zombie in Glitch, Rodger Corser is a square-jawed fixture on Australian TV. But he's also a serious watch guy. So when Channel 9 travel show Postcards asked him to pick his favourite Melbourne venues, we were humbled that he picked Time+Tide. "I'm part of the watch community Time+Tide Club," he told host Shane Crawford. "I really liked the craftsmanship that goes into a watch and the fact they…

RECOMMENDED READING: Is the DOXA SUB 200 Professional good value?

This review of the DOXA SUB 200 Professional by our friends at Hodinkee nails the good, the great and the not quite perfect details of what is proving to be a significant release. Not only for DOXA because — as James says, using a perfect music metaphor — the 200 "turns the funk down to a more standard volume".  No love for cushion cases? No problem! It is also significant because it is "punching very hard" in the hot sub-$1000USD price point.…

First look at the DOXA SUB 200 on summer-ready rubber straps

The GPHG-nominated DOXA SUB 200 has succeeded in capturing the watch world's attention since its unveiling at Baselworld 2019, what with its vibrant dial options, 200 metres of water resistance, and fetching, vintage-inspired 42mm stainless steel case. There was just one niggling issue for some — the beads of rice bracelet was perhaps a tad cumbersome on the wrist, especially in the warmer months. What it really needed was a rubber strap. Black, yes, but also on vibrant colours to…

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