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The Doxa company over the years went through many acquisitions and changed ownership but in 1978 DOXA was acquired by the Aubry Freres Company, and during the early 1980’s they produced some radically different designs in addition to the classic tonneau divers. Most vintage Doxas are pretty rare, but the later ones which also have the higher depth ratings are especially hard to find like the Doxa 600T Searambler.
Case: three body, stainless steel, 39 mm, rotating black bezel, screw down back and offset crown, sapphire crystal.
Dial: silvered, large luminous indexes, date aperture at three, luminous black baton hands
Movement: caliber 5910, rhodium finish, automatic, 17 jewels, monometallic balance, shock absorber
Band: stainless steel, deployant clasp, flip
This specific DOXA Sub 600T is in NOS-like condition. The watch has been only worn for photos. Bracelet shows zero wear. The bold black hands remain in perfect condition showing zero patina and the tritium lume on the dial and hands remains perfectly intact without any lume loss or degradation.
This is a truly stunning piece that would make a great addition to a vintage dive watch collection whilst prices are still relatively affordable. Rarity & condition will ensure continual price appreciation.
Price is $3100 shipped worldwide by FEDEX Express.
Full hi-res images are available here: https://www.southeastasia-images.com/Doxa-Searambler-600T/n-fM9w3b