close search

Basel 2011 Doxa Grafic Mistero

March 7, 2011

Doxa_Graphic Mistero_2299_D_1.jpg

The Grafic Mistero from Doxa is not bound by the established conventions of classical watchmaking! With its two superposed dials pierced to partially reveal the chronograph counters, it marks a return to the Bauhaus movement, which married architecture and minimalism. The black dial of the radically-matt black case is contrasted with a few red and silvered highlights, giving this timepiece its sophisticated and resolutely masculine character.


Hours, minutes, seconds, date and chronograph

Stainless steel or black IP stainless steel, round (44 mm) or rectangular (40 x 43 mm)
Anti-reflective sapphire crystal
Water-resistant to 50 m / 5ATM

2 superposed black or silvered dials
Pierced minute and hour hands, red for the chronograph model
Hour, minute and small seconds counters at 6, 9 and 3 o'clock respectively
Date window at 4 o'clock

Structured black rubber with steel folding clasp

Baselworld, Doxa

comments powered by Disqus