2019 has been a big year for DOXA Watches, who earlier this year celebrated their 130th anniversary with THIS and THIS solid gold head scratcher;

and who had just recently made a big announcement with regard to an upcoming new chapter in their long history that will not only see the brand fully returning to the original founding, Jenny family,

but perhaps even a bit of a new brand identity - all to be revealed along with their new website – doxawatches.com.

The slightly off brand 18k gold Sub 200 T. Graph was in fact a prelude to this, the Sub 200 T. Graph Reissue in Stainless steel which celebrates the watch’s 50th anniversary.

Special features of the 1969 reissue include a fully refurbished 17 jewels vintage, hand-wound Valjoux 7734 caliber plucked directly from the Jenny family’s inventory.

The 30 year old movement has a beat-rate of 18,000 vph and power-reserve of 45hrs. It also has a date in addition to its chronograph function.

The hands and dial markers of this 300 piece special edition are with beige Old Radium-style SLN lume.

In addition to the special features all the beloved Doxa features are present in the Sub 200 T.Graph reissue: an orange pro dial, saw-tooth bezel with no-deco. scale and BOR bracelet.

Basic spec. includes: a 316L Stainless steel case, measuring 43mm in diameter with a lug-to-lug measurement of 46mm and a thickness of 15mm.

Divers features include: an AR-treated Sapphire crystal, a screw-down case-back and crown, 200m of water-reticence and bead-of –rice bracelet with diver’s security clasp and wetsuit extension.

The Doxa SUB 200 T.GRAPH has an MSRP of 4,900 euro and will be available from Doxa’s new website as September 2nd.