Watch Release: DOXA Revives the SUB 300 “Silver Lung”
Revivals and reissues keep on being extremely popular in the extravagance watch world recently, and with DOXA’s most recent delivery—the SUB 300 Silver Lung—the brand is poised to have one more limited edition model rat instantly, having recently gone up for pre-order today .
DOXA released the SUB 300 Silver Lung today
Modeled after an early Sea Rambler model designed and inherent organization with the famed dive hardware maker Aqua Lung, this 300-piece edition is probably pretty much as consistent with unique as it gets. Aside from its air pocket domed sapphire precious stone and COSC chronometer certified ETA 2824 self-winding development, the Silver Lung is an entirely dependable diversion that basically didn’t need retooling similarly that numerous modern reissues generally do.
The Dial on the DOXA Silver Lung includes an old school diving logo
Of the endless dive watches available today, there’s something to the fit and feel of DOXA’s SUB 300 case strapped on the wrist that just needs to be experienced to be appreciated. The generally dainty case profile, broad bezel, and short case drags make the 42mm diver wear a lot more modest on the wrist than you’d anticipate from stock symbolism, and the brand’s smooth beads-of-rice wristband is right up ’til the present time perhaps the most comfortable available, effectively matching things like the Rolex Jubilee. In this Silver Lung structure, you’re adequately outwitting the two worlds from a design and wearability standpoint. Its sunray silver dial is considerably more unbiased than the bold orange of the limited edition Black Lung that launched a year ago, yet the old-school Aqua Lung U.S. Divers logo in dark and yellow adds the correct bit of authentic legacy that helps the piece stand out when compared to the standard SUB 300 Searambler it is based off of.
The details on the caseback merit a nearer look
With scarcely any pieces being released, fortunately DOXA isn’t in danger of immersing the market here the manner in which incalculable different brands have with their limited edition models, leaving the lone inquiry of how rapidly these Silver Lung pieces will take to sell out. The first Black Lung reissue from a year ago vanished inside 24-hours, while the polarizing brilliant yellow Poseidon model that launched at Baselworld this year took somewhat more, which was understandable considering a splendid yellow watch simply doesn’t have a similar degree of mass-market advance. Fortunately despite the fact that this is a pre-order, with evaluating set at $2,190 as opposed to $2,490, deliveries are scheduled for at some point in August. On the off chance that stock figures out how to stay right until full evaluating kicks in we’ll be VERY surprised.
Deliveries for the DOXA Silver Lung are scheduled for at some point in August