IN-DEPTH: The DOXA SUB 300T, the dive watch icon that takes you 1200m deep for less than $2000USD

A helium release valve will never stop confusing people. What does it do? How does it work? Do I need one when snorkelling, or free-diving on holiday? The answer to that last question is a firm no, and, to prove it, DOXA have reinvented their own 1969 SUB 300T — the first consumer-grade dive watch to include the famous HRV — without one. DOXA use this iconic model to celebrate 50 years of technological advancement by showcasing what breathtaking depths…

EVERY WATCH TELLS A STORY: Andrew's DOXA SUB 1200T and the William Wood Valiant Red Watch face off on each wrist

"Why is he yelling?" someone in the YouTube comments has already asked. And it's a good question. In my first appearance in Every Watch Tells A Story, I am shouting like a person in a particularly noisy pub. That's because, for the shoots that comprise this series that's what the Time+Tide office turns into. A particularly noisy pub.  It's the excitement. It's the enthusiasm. And yes, it's the refreshments that are always flowing. These events, usually based around Club get-togethers or,…

HANDS-ON: The DOXA SUB 300 Carbon Aqua Lung US Divers limited edition, a bold statement already creating buzz

It was a Friday afternoon last November when I met Jan Edöcs, the CEO of Doxa S.A. He was here for the launch of the brand in Australia, and not only brought the full collection of watches from 2019, but he was also generous enough to share what they had in store for 2020, including early renders of the DOXA SUB 300 Carbon Aqua Lung US Divers, which as of now is available to pre-order here. ** Rumours are circulating…

A short history of DOXA, the brand that was almost lost to history

The dusty shelves of antique stores and less-trafficked avenues of eBay are full of watch brands whose glory days are well behind them. DOXA, who date their history back to 1889, was almost one of those brands. But thankfully, the name persevered, and DOXA is still with us today, and the brand's future looks bright – almost as bright as their famous orange dials. The history of DOXA is one that's best told in two chapters. The first is the…

IN-DEPTH: The DOXA SUB 200

DOXA's revival is something easily missed if you're not paying close attention. Vintage-inspired or re-issued dive watches aren't exactly selling for double the retail price due to lack of supply, but this DOXA SUB 200 isn't just another trendy microbrand with an aesthetic and a good marketing team. When determining the legacy of a watchmaker, the first place to look is their innovations. With DOXA, you don't need to look far. For instance, the first unidirectional diving bezel in 1957,…

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