Doxa circa 1942 stainless steel 28mm case, Doxa manual wind movement, two-tone dial with spear point luminous hands, beige lizard strap. Watch is in excellent condition and keeping good time.|
In the early 1960's when the sport of scuba diving was in it's infancy, Doxa made a name for itself by introducing not only the first dive watch to offer an orange dial (which is much easier to read not only at depth, but also in low light), but by also introducing a decompression scale based on US Navy Dive tables, inscribed on the rotating bezel.
This Doxa pre-dates these models, but it is still a part of that long and varied history.
Designed/Sized for: Men