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DOXA All Out White

Nothing screams summer quite like the colour white, so why not extend this to your wristwear as the summer months are finally here?

When you think of Doxa, bright and vibrant shades of orange, turquoise, and yellow immediately come to mind, but this year the brand has released a line of equally bright watches, only in the purest shade of white. 

It all started last year with the SUB 200 which was unveiled in a pearl white. This watch was such a success that the brand decided to go all out white this year with the SUBs 300, 300T, 600T, and 1500T now all available in white. 

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SUB Whitepearl © DOXA

White for Summer

White has always been a colour for summer as it is believed to reflect the light and keep us cooler. Technically, this is true, and the reason behind why people in hot countries paint their roofs white to keep interior temperatures down. But for the skin, it is a bit more complicated as the skin also emits heat that is then reflected back off the underside of your white shirt onto your skin, making you hotter! So, experts say you should actually wear black in the summer to stay cool. I think I need to do my own experiment on this. 

Either way, don’t let this stop you from looking at the summer white range from Doxa, because honestly, how hot does your wrist get anyway, right?

White is cool, chic, and sporty and goes with everything, so it is definitely a smart colour choice for matching with your colourful summer wardrobe. So, let’s look at these new Doxa models in more detail. 

Doxa 300 Carbon Whitepearl

The Doxa 300 Carbon Whitepearl stands out from the crowd with its forged carbon case that is not only lightweight and robust, but also features a random grainy pattern that makes each one unique. This model also comes with a full Super-LumiNova-coated dial that glows turquoise in the dark for excellent legibility at night (and also 300 metres under the sea, of course)! It is powered by a COSC-certified automatic movement. 

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SUB 300 Carbon Whitepearl © DOXA

Doxa 300 & 300T Whitepearl

These two models are synonymous with the world of diving after having been worn by none other than diving legend Jacques-Yves Cousteau as seen in The Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau. After Sharkhunter Black, Searambler Silver, Aquamarine Turquoise, Divingstar Yellow, Caribbean Navy Blue, and Professional Orange, the 300 family now welcomes Whitepearl White into the fold. For information, the SUB 300 is water-resistant to 300 metres, while the SUB 300T can go to depths of 1,200 metres.

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Doxa SUB 300 & 300T Whitepearl © DOXA

Doxa 600T in Steel

The Doxa 600T in steel (water-resistant to 600 metres) was first presented last November to great acclaim. It now reappears with a new unidirectional rotating bezel featuring a white ceramic or sandblasted steel insert with time and depth scales that are both practical and sporty.  

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Doxa SUB 600T Whitepearl Steel © DOXA

Doxa SUB 1500T Whitepearl 

Last but not least, there is the SUB 1500T Whitepearl, the pièce de resistance in the Doxa diving line that can descend to 1,500 metres for professional divers who don’t want to give up on style. With its 45mm stainless steel case and matching “beads of rice” bracelet with folding clasp with exclusive DOXA fish simple (and adjustable wetsuit extension, of course), this is a timepiece that definitely rocks the colour white. 

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Doxa SUB 1500T Whitepearl © DOXA

So, bring on your summer style as the temperatures rise, and if the white makes you too hot, then you just need to get in the water. After all, this is what the Doxa SUB series was designed for!


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DOXA was founded in 1889 by an independent Swiss entrepreneur, Georges Ducommun. Located in Le Locle (NE), in the heart of the birthplace of Swiss watchmaking, the brand has always offered technical watches with thoughtful pricing. Established in its first years (1905), creative (8-day calibre dedicated to automotive), DOXA also distinguished themselves from the competition with their designs (the Grafic watch, 1957).

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