HANDS ON: The DOXA Sub 300 Carbon vary delivers 6 eye-popping dials in future-proof carbon fibre

The DOXA Sub 300 is a sturdy diver’s watch with antique leanings. However the Sub 300 Aqualung US Divers Restricted Version in carbon fibre provides a fully other proposition. Necessarily, it refashions the piece with a modern edge – the pointy and moody presence of the commercial carbon fibre rotating up the emphasis at the Sub 300 as a natural instrument watch, whilst on the identical time highlighting the vibrant dial.  DOXA is now pairing all six references within the Sub 300 vary with the inviting tactility of that new carbon fibre case.  Don’t be fooled, then again, by means of the brilliant colors and feather-light weight.  This watch stays a major diver operated by means of a COSC-certified ETA 2824-2 movement that reminds us that underneath the skin, each and every minute counts. First Impressions After we first laid our eyes in this new vary, the brilliant dials appear much more distinguished framed by means of the semigloss, silky darkness. This carbon fibre composite has an commercial vibe with silvery flecks of visual fibre bringing a fair more potent presence to the Sub 300, to not point out that odd lightness (it weighs simply 87g).  Conserving the unique tonneau form, the 13.4mm thickness is svelte for any such rugged instrument.…

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