Doxa 200 C-Graph II - Aquamarine (Turquoise)


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As exciting as cave diving is, it is not risk-free. This is an ultra-technical activity that requires not only a certain level of proficiency but also the temperament to deal with stress, to surpass oneself, and overcome one’s fears in extreme situations when confronted with narrow passages, violent currents and reduced visibility.

With cave diving, situational awareness and time management can be challenging. Divers must sometimes get through winding gullies, which can impair freedom of movement and orientation. They must also keep aware of their immediate surroundings, as they can easily scrape against rocks and coral formations that can cause serious injury. And always keep the clock in mind.

Then there is the darkness. In caves, natural light can be nonexistent, making it difficult to spot obstacles and navigate your way around in an environment where strong currents make it even harder to keep a steady course. So, while diving in caves can be great fun, the risks are real, and they quickly amplify. That is why cave diving calls for extra purpose-designed equipment, like a powerful primary light, a backplate for the buoyancy vest, markers, guidelines, safety reels... and a reliable and easily readable watch.

The right dive watch is in fact crucial. Cave divers sometimes go for up to 9 hours without surfacing, and returning to the surface is not just a matter of ‘going back up’: it is often not possible at any given moment and requires some navigating and planning; that is why time management is key in terms of depth and air supply.

Safety, reliability – always with a mechanical back-up!

While it is a given that all divers today are equipped with latest-generation high-tech digital instruments, it is also true they never go on a dive without reliable, mechanical, safe back-up equipment – like a SUB.

Across the wide range of dive watches that have earned DOXA its reputation for reliability and a distinctive aesthetic, the mechanical chronograph – with its true ‘tool’ function – has always played a leading role ever since the first SUB was launched in 1967.

A new, slightly smaller and more contemporary 42mm case

The SUB 200 C-GRAPH II was developed to fulfill the role of a tool watch on these high-risk dives. With a more contemporary diameter of 42mm and a reduced thickness of 15.85mm, it offers the same functionality and features as its larger 45mm sibling presented in 2020. The SUB 200 C-GRAPH II is also made of the highest quality 316L stainless steel.

The mechanical automatic chronograph (28,800 vph, 4.0 Hz, 27 jewels) is a Tri-Compax model with three counters for keeping track of dive times and a unidirectional rotating steel bezel with the minute indication highlighted in white Super-Luminova™.

A new finish detail: the sunray dial

Beneath the scratch-resistant sapphire crystal with anti-reflective treatment, the dial dazzles with a new finish that echoes the collection’s vintage spirit: a luminous sunburst effect that gives the dial a subtle, distinctive elegance.


  • Frequency 28’800.0 vph (4.0 hz)
  • Decorated by DOXA
  • 27 Jewels
  • Swiss mechanical automatic, self-winding, chronograph
  • Power reserve 56 hours


  • Stainless steel case 316L
  • Screw in crown 
  • Water resistance 20 bar / 200 meters / 656 ft
  • Solid stainless steel, screw down case back


  • Hours, minutes, seconds
  • Chrono Indications: hours, minutes, seconds, chronograph
    Three counters: 60 seconds, 30 minutes, 12 hours


  • Sapphire glass
  • Unidirectional turning bezel
  • Steel Bezel Insert


  • Turquoise Sunray-finished
  • Available in the 6 colors of the collection
  • Hour, minute and counter hands coated with Super-LumiNova™


  • Stainless steel 316L “beads of rice” bracelet with folding clasp
  • FKM rubber strap with pin buckle


  • Diameter: 42 mm
  • Length (lug to lug): 46 mm
  • Thickness: 15.85 mm
  • Lug Width: 20 mm

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