RECOMMENDED READING: The Modern DOXA with a vintage movement RECOMMENDED READING: The Modern DOXA with a vintage movement

RECOMMENDED READING: The Modern DOXA with a vintage movement

Nick Kenyon

Last year, fans were delighted with the release of the DOXA SUB 200 T.Graph, a steel cushion-cased chronograph with an iconic DOXA orange dial. Based on a historical reference from 1969, the SUB 200 T.Graph is part of the brand’s revitalisation over recent years, which included the release of the same chronograph, except in solid gold rather than steel. What is particularly interesting with the release of both the stainless steel and gold examples is that DOXA has chosen to furnish them with vintage manual-winding Valjoux 7734 movements.

Doxa SUB 200 T.Graph
Image: watchtime.com

Preserved by the brand for decades, before being restored and updated to include a 45-hour power reserve, the Valjoux 7734 is a charming nod to the long legacy the brand has built for well over a century. WatchTime magazine recently took a closer look at the DOXA SUB 200 T.Graph, and the whisking of contemporary and classic elements to produce the diving chronograph. You can read the full article right here.