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After successfully launching the Doxa SUB 300 in 1960, Doxa decided to launch a better-equipped version of the SUB 300. In 1969, Doxa launched the SUB 300T Conquistador. The Conquistador was launched during the times when helium release valve and unidirectional rotating bezel were recently invented.
If it is about differentiating a Porsche from a Toyota, it is really not that difficult. But what we experience here between the SUB 300 and the Doxa SUB 300T is more like differentiating between a Porsche 911 and a Porsche 718. The similarities are in abundance but what makes these two collections stand apart from each other are just price, size, and water resistance capabilities.
The Doxa SUB 300T is equipped with the patented unidirectional bezel with a diving table and a case that can withstand a depth of up to 1200 meters. The date window on the SUB 300T is fixed on the 3 o’clock marker and the seconds counter is in the inner bezel which helps in calculating the time and depth of the dive. A dedicated diving watch, the SUB 300T collection is available in a series named Professional, Searambler, Sharkhunter, Caribbean, Divingstar, and Aquamarine.