That watch was known for its bright orange dial, but Doxa has done away with that for a brushed silver dial, which is Doxa's signature. When the light hits it just right, it evokes sun rays reflecting off the ocean.
Doxa also pays homage to a model it released with Aqua Lung in 1967, which has since become a highly coveted collector's item. Its legacy is visible in the stainless steel 42 mm case and bracelet.
The SUB 300 Searambler "Silver Lung" is powered by a chronometer-grade ETA 2824-2 automatic caliber, which is housed in domed bubble sapphire crystal.
Look out for the Aqua Lung badge on the dial, a mark of quality seen on Aqua Lung's wetsuits and dive bags. It is well placed on the new SUB 300 Searambler, which is water resistant down to over 980 feet.
Pre-order yours for $2,190. If any of the 300 pieces are still up for grabs after their August release date, they will go for $2,590.