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Introducing the Doxa Sub 300 "Black Lung"

Doxa has just announced a limited edition Black Lung version of their Sub 300 dive watch that dates back to 1967. The case is made from a solid monoblock piece of stainless steel and measures 42.5 mm x 12.4 mm just like the limited edition 50th Anniversary Sub 300 re-issue. In fact, the Sub 300 Black Lung is exactly the same as the aforementioned wristwatch, including the chronometer grade ETA 2824-2 automatic movement, “Professional” orange colored dial, and signature “beads of rice” bracelet with integrated wetsuit extension. The only exception is the official black and yellow Aqua-Lung logo on the dial between 6 and 9 o’clock. Doxa x Aqua Lung diving knife will be available separately A serrated, unidirectional timing bezel also displays a Doxa patented integrated “no deco” scale, engraved in orange, per the US Navy’s maximum no-decompression limits

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Fabien Cousteau + DOXA for Underwater Mission 31

In June, Fabien Cousteau began Mission 31, which is a 31-day underwater mission that aims to set a new human submersion record. DOXA, who was chosen to provide the official timepieces for Cousteau’s dive, will also set a record for the longest continuously submerged dive watch.

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Baselworld 2011: Doxa Grafic Mistero

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. Powered by a quartz movement with hours, minutes, seconds, date, and chronograph. Stainless steel or black IP stainless steel, round (44 mm) or rectangular (40 x 43 mm). 50 meters water-resistant.

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