SUB 1200T

Now is your chance to own the legend!

In 1969 DOXA released the first helium release valve (HRV) equipped dive watch for sale to the general public. This legendary watch was known as the SUB300 Conquistador. In 2010 DOXA paid tribute to this ground-breaking model with the DOXA SUB1200T.

The 1200T combines the look and feel of the original SUB300 Conquistador, with the high quality and reliability of a modern DOXA SUB. At just over 42 mm in diameter, the DOXA SUB1200T Professional is the ideal option for those looking for a more traditional, smaller sized DOXA SUB. The SUB1200T Caribbean is constructed from a single block of stainless steel, with a depth rating of 1200 meters (3937 feet), and is equipped with an integrated (automatic) helium release valve (HRV). The 1200T boasts a solid 120-tooth, unidirectional, stainless steel bezel. In addition, the bracelet is thicker and more substantial than previous versions with solid piece end links. A 100% Swiss-made, self-winding movement powers the SUB1200T, and just like the original, DOXA’s patented no-decompression dive table bezel (US Patent N. 3505808) is standard.

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Reference No.

872.10.201CARIBB.10.II
SUB 1200T Caribbean Vers. II

Specifications

Movement

High grade 25 jewel self-winding Swiss made movement, hacking seconds, 28800 beats per hour, 42 hour power reserve, based upon the ETA 2824-2, decorated by DOXA

Functions

Hours, minutes, seconds, quick-set date at 3 o'clock

Case

Size: 44.60mm
Water Resistance: 1200m/3937ft

Dial / Crystal

Scratch-resistant, anti-reflective 3mm domed sapphire crystal

Bracelet / Strap

Solid stainless steel, DOXA SUB " separate Beads of Rice" style, wetsuit extension, and 20 mm end pieces

Limited Edition

1200 pcs

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Collection

«il n’y a rien de nouveau sous le soleil. souvent pour deviner de quoi demain sera fait, il suffit de se pencher sur le passe.»

Emile Jauslin, ancien Directeur de la Manufacture
des Montres DOXA, Le Locle.1964

english version

«There is nothing new under the sun. Often, to guess what tomorrow will bring, you only have to look back to the past.»

Emile Jauslin, ancien Directeur de la Manufacture
des Montres DOXA, Le Locle.1964

french version