Doxa has resurrected its SUB 600T diving watch, from the 1980s, in modern form, and in collaboration with an Australian watch publication.
Made in collaboration with Time+Tide, the Doxa SUB 600T “Pacific” Limited Editions comes in a 40 mm x 14.15 mm brushed titanium case (47.6 mm lug-to-lug), with a titanium bezel that features a unidirectional rotating bezel with a “Pacific” blue ceramic insert — marked with dive time in minutes and depth in feet — that’s color-matched to the dial and rubber strap.
Like with the original from the 1980s, the screw-down crown is offset at 4 o’clock. This is the first time the watch case, and crown, have been offered in titanium. And as the watch model name suggests, the depth rating is 600 meters.
Sellita’s caliber SW 200-1 powered the hours, minutes, and central seconds. The 26-jewel automatic movement beats at 4Hz and has a power reserve of 38-hours. Doxa has added some decorations to the movement.
A sapphire crystal protects the dial and a solid screw-in caseback has been engraved with “Time+Tide Pacific Limited Edition.” Each piece comes with a rubber strap and titanium buckle with the Doxa fish symbol and is individually numbered “XXX/200.”
Doxa’s signature Sharks tooth-shaped indices mark 3, 6, 9, and 12 o’clock — and the minute hand is painted orange, to highlight the minutes while diving.
The retail price is $1,990.
Photos by Doxa.