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Restricted to 100 pieces, the new Doxa watch is executed in a satin-brushed sold stainless steel 316L case. It measures 44.50 in diameter. The front side of the model is protected by a 3mm scratch-resistant, glare-proofed sapphire crystal. The case-back is solid and screwed down. It is engraved with an individual limited edition number. The case is submersible to 1200 meters.
The distinctive feature of the timepiece is a helium release valve. Integrated into the case, it ensures optimal reliability when diving for long periods. The valve evacuates molecules of helium penetrating the interior of the watch when diving in deep water, thus preventing its glass from being driven out on returning to the surface.
The new Doxa Sub 1200T Numa Blue Edition watch comes equipped with a blue dial. It ensures hours, minutes, seconds and a quick-set date at 3 o’clock. The display features an emblematic dwarf hour hand and replicas of the original 1967 SUB hands, inlaid with Superluminova.
The watch face is encircled by a unidirectional stainless steel bezel, engraved with the US Navy non-decompression table. The display is controlled by a Swiss made movement, endowed with the Incabloc shock protection system.
The new Doxa watch is mounted on a solid stainless steel bracelet, designed in the Doxa Sub "Beads of Rice" style. The model is delivered in the brand’s world-famous "scuba bottle" presentation case, rendered in heavy anodized aluminum.