The GPHG-nominated DOXA SUB 200 has succeeded in capturing the watch world's attention since its unveiling at Baselworld 2019, what with its vibrant dial options, 200 metres of water resistance, and fetching, vintage-inspired 42mm stainless steel case. There was just one niggling issue for some the beads of rice bracelet was perhaps a tad cumbersome on the wrist, especially in the warmer months. What it really needed was a rubber strap. Black, yes, but also on vibrant colours to give it some pop. Check them all out in our marketplace, now.* The intrepid product development team at DOXA obviously held the same sentiment, because the entire SUB 200 collection has just dropped for a second time with a brand new rubber strap, and it is good. Very good. Let me count the ways. From the moment you fasten the new rubber band to your wrist, it is obvious that this is an item that DOXA has poured A LOT of attention and, more importantly, money into. It does not feel cheap. The Milanese-style pattern, for example, is intricate and smaller than you'd expect, especially when compared to other watchmakers' implementations of a Milanese rubber band (think Longines Legend Diver…

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