Introduced in 2007, the DOXA SUB750T GMT is the first diving timepiece to be equipped with a patented no-decompression dive limit bezel and to display three time zones simultaneously. A Swiss made automatic movement ticks inside this stainless steel timepiece. Additional to normal timing indications, this timepiece displays second time zone with an over sized 24 hour hand, third time zone with the inner rotating bezel, and a date indication at 3’ o clock.
As the name suggests, this professional grade diving timepiece offers a water resistance up to 750 meters. The DOXA SUB750T GMT models are available in Orange, yellow, black or blue dial versions. The stainless steel bracelet incorporates an extension system which enables the diver to wear the timepiece over wet suit.
Movement Automatic, ETA 2893-2
Hours, minutes, seconds, oversized 24-hour hand to display second time zone, third time zone on inner rotating bezel, date
Double-sided, anti-reflective, scratch-resistant sapphire crystal
Unidirectional rotating bezel with no-decompression scale
Water-resistant to 750 m
Orange, yellow, black or blue
Steel with wetsuit extension system
History of DOXA SUB
The DOXA SUB was designed with the input of co-inventor of SCUBA Captain Jacques-Yves Cousteau and was introduced in 1967. It is the first dive watch to incorporate a non-decompression dive time table integrated into the watch bezel. The DOXA SUB, well known for its orange dial, has become standard equipment of professional divers all over the world since its release in 1967.