Doxa SUB 4000T Professional 10th Anniversary Diver Swiss Watches

Doxa SUB 4000T Professional 10th Anniversary Diver

Celebrating its 10th year in watchmaking business, the Swiss watchmaker Doxa has finally presented its new Doxa SUB 4000T Professional 10th Anniversary limited edition diving watch. Sporting a traditionally oversized, cushion-shaped stainless steel body, the new timepiece offers you everything that a professional diver can expect from this kind of device: highly legible dial, an impressive water resistance rating and a highly dependable Swiss made automatic movement that will last for years. All that comes at a pretty affordable price.

After long weeks of teasing photos and snippy messages on specialized forums, the American-owned brand has revealed a number of photos of the new professional diving watch, which is rated down to 4000 feet (1220 meters.)

Doxa SUB 4000T Professional 10th Anniversary automatic diving watch with power reserve indicator

As you can see on the pictures, the Anniversary edition comes in a rather large 47 mm case (including crown protection) and features Doxa’s signature orange and black color scheme.

Although the black and white hour markers look a little nonchalant, the watch offers good legibility underwater and an adequate contrast on the surface. The date window at 3 o’clock looks to small, however.

Of course, the “Safe Dive” words printed near the power reserve indicator look vulgar and confusing, since some customers may think that this is a depth meter or a dive timer.

Doxa SUB 4000T Professional 10th Anniversary automatic diving watch (front view)

The watch is powered by an ETA 2897 Top grade automatic movement.

Basically, this is the same ETA 2892-A2 caliber with power reserve indication. The same movement is used in such watches as Longines Evedenza, Oris Frank Sinatra, Tag Heuer Aquagraph, and Eterna KonTiki.

At this time, Doxa offers the SUB 4000T Professional at a special pre-order price of $1890 plus shipping. Compared to other divers equipped with a similar mechanism, the watch may look quite expensive, but the price differential seems to be well justified by the timekeeper’s impressive water resistance rating and its overall “rugged luxury” aura that gives even a lot more expensive pieces like Omega Seamaster a run for their money.

If you want to get one, you have got to be swift, since the company plans to limit the diver’s production to only 300 timepieces.

See also: DOXA SUB 600T-Graph series of diving watches

Photos: Doxa

Doxa SUB 4000T 10th Anniversary automatic diving watch specification

Price: $1890 (MSRP)
Movement: ETA 2897 Top grade, diameter 25.60 mm, height: 4.85 mm, ball-bearing self-winding mechanism, stop seconds, ETACHRON index assembly, Swiss Made
Winding: Automatic
Movement frequency: 28,800 vph
Jewels: 21
Functions: Hours, minutes, seconds, date, power reserve
Power reserve: 42 hours
Case material: Stainless steel
Bezel material: Stainless steel
Case shape: Cushion
Bezel shape: Round
Case size: 47.00 mm (Diameter excluding the crown protection: 44.00mm, Lug to lug: 48.00mm)
Lug width: 22.00 mm
Case height: 16.00 mm
Dial: Orange
Numerals: None
Hands: Steel
Hour markers: Applied, luminous
Water resistance: 1220 meters (4000 ft)
Strap: Steel bracelet
Crystal: Sapphire
Case back: Solid, engraved

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