Doxa Grafic Mistero Watch - Daring Architecture and Modern Minimalism

Mar 08, 2011
By launching its new Grafic Mistero chronograph watch, the house of Doxa has definitely left the beaten path.

A union of daring architecture and modern minimalism, the new Doxa watch strikes the eye with two superposed black or silvered dials. The hours and minutes are read off from pierced hands. The central chronograph hand is red.

The display also includes partially revealed chronograph counters, in charge of hours, minutes and small seconds. They are located at 6, 9 and 3 oclock respectively. The date indication appears in the aperture at 4 oclock. All the functions are driven by a quartz movement.

The new Grafic Mistero watch comes packaged in a stainless steel or black IP stainless steel case. Round or rectangular in shape, it has a diameter of 44 mm or features the dimensions 40 mm x 43 mm. On its front side, the model is armed with an anti-reflective sapphire crystal. The case handles up the depth up to 50 meters.

The new Doxa watch is teamed with a structured black rubber strap, which terminates in a steel folding clasp.

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