Doxa recently added a rubber strap option to its entry-level Sub 200 collection.
Available in six dial variations (yellow, orange, turquoise, navy blue, silver, and black) – each watch has a rubber strap that’s matched to the dial color (except for the silver dial version which comes with a black strap matched to the bezel). The rubber straps have a “beads of rice” pattern similar to the existing stainless steel bracelet and a steel pin buckle.
The Doxa Sub 200 collection comes in a 42 mm stainless steel case that’s reminiscent of a Seamaster more than Doxa’s signature cushion-shaped case. The dial features luminous hours, minutes, and center seconds hands, luminous baton-shaped applied indices, a date window at 3 o’clock, and unidirectional dive bezel with luminous markings.
A slightly domed sapphire crystal protects the dial side. The back is protected by a screw-in stainless steel caseback. A screw-down crown with an orange painted fish logo controls winding and time/date adjustments. The depth rating is 200 meters.
The Sub 200 is powered by an outsourced 4Hz automatic ETA 2824-2 that has 25 jewels, a 38-hour power reserve, and has been decorated by Doxa. The retail price for the rubber strap Doxa Sub 200 collection is $950.
Photos by Doxa.