DOXA SUB 200 C-Graph Watches
In the line-up of diver’s watches developed by DOXA, the SUB 200 C-Graph stands out as a mechanically wound chronograph, recognisable by its distinctive three counters. The SUB 200 C-Graph is a classically charming sports watch with a bold look to the face for a sense of playfulness and comes equipped with an automatic Swiss movement that provides a power reserve of approximately 48 hours.
History of DOXA SUB 200 C-Graph watches
DOXA was born in 1898 in the small Swiss town of Le Locle by Georges Ducommun who set out with the ambitious aim of curating the finest Swiss-standard watches that embodies a concept of quality, dependability and adventure.
In 1967, DOXA took their ambition and drove it to launch the revolutionary SUB concept which was considered amongst many to be the first truly-purpose-designed diver’s watch accessible to a broader public.
DOXA’s energy did not stop there, and their ambition for innovation and constant improvement led them to become the standard equipment in Bugatti’s racing cars in the early 20th century.
Today, DOXA is still 100% hand assembled in the heart of Switzerland and remains proud of its roots. Now, DOXA is renowned for its remarkable diving watches that have become essential to beginners, collector’s and professionals alike.
Among these is the newest DOXA SUB 200 C-Graph range. Released in 2020, the collection of watches showcases the Swiss watchmaker’s ongoing commitment to innovation and constant improvement.
What makes SUB 200 C-Graph watches unique?
The SUB 200 C-Graph is available in 6 colours. It comes either with the iconic ‘beads of rice’ stainless steel bracelet or a sporty rubber strap, with distinctive DOXA cues on both sides to match the dial colour.
One of the best features of the DOXA SUB 200 C-Graph is the use of a sapphire crystal both over the dial and for the cap on the rotating bezel insert. The Sapphire crystal is highly scratch resistant and makes an ideal material on a rotating bezel.
The SUB 200 C-Graph also does not include a date window on the dial which allows the timepiece to have an elegant symmetrical, purist look that watch enthusiasts are guaranteed to enjoy.
Why choose a DOXA SUB 200 C-Graph watch?
The DOXA SUB 200 C-Graph collection comprises watches with all the same great features of the best selling SUB 200 range, but with the additional benefit of a chronograph functionality. Therefore, the DOXA SUB 200 C-Graph is an ideal choice for an everyday functional timepiece with style, craftsmanship and impeccable performance.
Key features of DOXA SUB 200 C-Graph watches include:
- Scratch resistant sapphire crystal
- Anti-reflective coating
- Stainless steel case
- Metal and rubber bracelet options
- Unidirectional rotating bezel
- Waterproof in depths up to 200m
- Chronograph functionality
- Three subdials
Best-selling SUB 200 C-Graph watches
The DOXA SUB 200 C-Graph is powered by the Sellita SW510 movement that has been carefully finished and features a 48-hour power reserve. The range is not only meant for seasoned divers but for recreational, and everyday use, too.
For a watch that will be a great and sturdy adventure companion, the DOXA SUB 200 C-Graph Professional perfectly captures DOXA’s fun-loving, adventurous spirit. With a bright orange sporty rubber bracelet that matches a bright orange clock face and text, this watch is eye-catching for all the right reasons. The folding clasp features the exclusive DOXA fish symbol and has a diving extension to accommodate the thickness of a wetsuit for comfort and security. The bright text ensures readability underwater and comes with a domed scratch-resistant sapphire crystal and a unidirectional rotating bezel.
Or, for a paired back, vintage style, the DOXA SUB 200 C-Graph Searambler is the watch for you. The Searambler comes with the popular and vintage-looking beads-of-rice bracelet with a folding clasp and diver’s extension for quick adjustments when wearing a wet or drysuit. The stainless-steel bracelet compliments the white clock face and lemon-yellow text.
The chronograph function includes a central chronograph hand that rotates once around the dial every 60 seconds, a 30-minute chronograph counter positioned at 3 o’clock, and a 12-hour chronograph counter positioned at 6 o’clock. All dive-related markings have a Super-LumiNova® luminescent coating to ensure optimum readability in low-visibility conditions.