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A perfect combination of both the diving watch and a chronograph, the Doxa SUB 200 C-Graph collection was launched in 2020. The second entry point into the famed marine watchmakers, the Doxa SUB 200 C-Graph is as similar to the SUB 200 and was launched just months after the SUB 200 was released.
The Doxa’s set of diving watches are enclosed in a 200-meter water-resistant case with a steel case back that provides a shell that keeps the timepiece intact during tough conditions. Apart from being the sister collection of the SUB 200 collection, the SUB 200 C-Graph also holds the distinction of being a chronometer and is equipped with an automatic movement. The automatic movement inside the collection offers 56 hours of power reserve beating at 4Hz. Whereas, the SUB 200 C-Graph is a three-counter chronograph. At the 3 o’clock marker is the 30-minute chronograph counter, at the 6 o’clock marker is the 12-hour chronograph and at 9 o’clock in the small second’s dial. The central chronograph hand circumnavigates the dial every 60 seconds.
The design of the Doxa SUB 200 C-Graph collection is based on the diving watches that were first produced by the brand in the 70s. Carrying the sturdy tradition of crafting robust timepieces, the SUB 200 C-Graph sidelines itself from the signature cushion-shaped cases with a much leaner silhouette.