The DOXA Sub 300 is back, and keeping in mind that it may look recognizable, the progressions in the engine carry this notorious jumper into the sweet spot without ruining the wistfulness. The new watch is more agreeable than any other time because of a slimmer case plan and a group of bright dial and lash alternatives. No doubt about it, that ‘60s character we know and love with the Sub 300 is very much saved in this delivery, as DOXA unmistakably saw no sense in fixing something that ain’t broken. Not at all like the 50th commemoration model that was delivered a couple of years back ( which we explored here ), the new Sub 300 is certifiably not a restricted edition.
The vivid augmentations we’ve seen on the 300T all advance over to the new 300, alongside dial coordinated elastic lash alternatives. Normally, the exemplary ‘beads of rice’ arm band are likewise offered as standard. We’d recommend getting both, clearly, however the Sub 300 is ageless on the BoR wristband, also very comfortable.
The new Sub 300 is a welcome expansion to DOXA’s stable of plunge watches, not only for its legacy, which traces all the way back to 1967 and has close connections to Jacques Cousteau, yet additionally for its all around thought about execution. The new 300 highlights a COSC ensured programmed ETA 2824-2 development, which means it sits at the highest point of the four evaluations offered of this specific type. It additionally implies a dependable – 4/+6 seconds out of each day of accuracy.
notwithstanding the updated internals, the case likewise gets a patch up by managing the thickness down to a hair over 13mm, which is a perceptible improvement over the 300T’s 14mm thick case. The 42.5 x 45mm breadth stays, which means this ought to be the most wearable current DOXA Sub 300 variation.
In complete, there are 6 colorways being offered with the new Sub 300, none will come as an astonishment as even the terminology stays as before as the 300T setup. They are: Divingstar (yellow); Professional (exemplary orange); Sharkhunter (black); Searambler (silver); Aquamarine (blue-green); and Caribbean (navy). Each can be had with a coordinating elastic lash, save for the Searambler, which is offered on a black elastic strap.
Pricing goes from $2,450 on elastic, and $2,490 on a steel BoR arm band. These watches are marked down now on DOXA’s own site, here . This is a non-restricted, ordinary creation watch.