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Doxa has not shied away from crafting legible diving tools and with the launch of the Doxa SUB 4000T in 2011, Doxa crafted one of the most robust diving watches. Doxa 4000T was just available in the orange dial configuration called the Professional. In 2012, Doxa added the Sharkhunter iteration with a black dial.
A diving tool in all its essence, the Doxa SUB 4000T offers a water resistance capability of 1200 meters. Apart from the water-resistance capabilities, the SUB 4000T also offers features a date window at the 3 o’clock marker and a power reserve indicator at the 7 o’clock marker. Apart from these basic features, the SUB 4000T features a well-teethed unidirectional bezel for better grip during dives at extreme depths. The SUB 4000T is equipped with a stainless steel case and is also available in a sapphire bezel iteration. The Sapphire bezel iteration is just limited to 200 pieces. Whereas, the steel bezel variant is limited to 300 pieces.
Shifting away from the design concept under the usual SUB umbrella, the original design of the 1960s has been modernized with a brand new case featuring a chunkier and a more ergonomic case inside the Doxa SUB 4000T collection.