The Five Best Doxa Watches on the Market Today

The Doxa brand has rapidly built a reputation for being one of the best dive watch builders in the world, if not the best. When it comes to making quality timepieces that are built to stand up to water at significant depths, Doxa has answered the bell in an emphatic manner. The company is not only known for its style and performance but the remarkable warranties that they offer on their watches and the willingness to offer their customers the best price guarantee. It is obvious that Doxa is a company that is willing to go the extra mile to ensure that their clientele has the ultimate in experiences throughout the process — from shopping, to purchase, to ownership.

The company offers watches that are water-resistant from 1,000 to 6,000 feet. When it comes to Doxa, there are so many watches to choose from, we decided to offer you a list of the five best Doxa watches. Trust me when I tell you that this was not easy.

Doxa Shark Ceramica

The Ceramica is one of Doxa’s least expensive watches but it has a stellar reputation, and it is well within the reach of the serious diver. All of the dive watches designed by Doxa stand up to the highest standard. The Shark 300 L has a water resistance up to 300 meters. Another thing that makes this watch stand out is its large size and bold appearance. It is definitely one of the most masculine watches on the market. The bold stainless steel case lends to the durability and aesthetic appeal of the watch.

Doxa Sub 4000t Sharkhunter

I don’t personally know any shark hunters, but if you ever decide to hunt sharks, this is a nice timepiece to have. Boasting a stainless steel bracelet and the combination black and orange strap give this watch a very distinct personality and expressions. This watch is for the serious divers having a water resistance of up to 4,000 ft. Not only does it have an automatic helium escape valve, but it has shock protection.

 Doxa Sub 300T Agua-Lung

Up to depths of 300 meters, this is watch is designed to perform underwater as well as most watches perform in a normal environment. The Doxa Black Stick dial make the ideal background for the stainless steel dial and ring. The dial is a fully functional unidirectional rotating dial. The nylon band provides light-weight durability that ensures that you will have a valuable timepiece for years to come. If accuracy is a concern for you, there is no need to worry. Doxa uses Swiss movement to guarantee the accuracy of this piece. Something else that stands out about this watch is the detail and attention given to the design of the dial. This watch is like a work of art. Even with the nylon band, it transitions from the water to a remarkable casual accessory for everyday attire.

Doxa Orange Dial Sub 600T Clive Cussler Special Edition

There are so many directions that I go when describing and discussing this particular watch. The special edition Orange dial watch speaks to the commitment of Doxa to be on the leading edge of technology as it pertains to diving watches, but there is so much more. The watch is also a representation of the commitment to style and class. This is not simply a sports watch, the stainless steel bracelet, with its intricate details, provides durability and beauty. The orange dial chases the boldness in the diver. With a water-resistant capability of 600 meters, it is definitely designed for the serious diver. The movement on this watch is automatic. As with most Doxa designs, this watch looks just as good next to a tailored suit as it does a wetsuit.

Doxa Black Lung

Once you lay your eyes on the Doxa Black Lung, you will definitely find yourself making whatever necessary moves you have to make to get one for yourself. The watch is named the Black Lung based on the Black U.S. divers aqualung logo that is positioned in the lower left quadrant of that gorgeous deep orange dial. What makes this watch stand out is not simply its functionality, with a resistance of 300 meters, but it is the unique shape of the base of the watch and the dual dial. There is something serious about this design that says, “I dive.” While anyone could wear this watch, only serious divers can fully appreciate


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