WatchCharts Weekly #11
July 15th, 2020
DOXA entered the dive watch scene late, with the release of their SUB in 1967. While the original 1950s trio of dive watches from Blancpain, Rolex, and Omega could be considered the founders of the dive watch formula, it was DOXA that perfected it. The SUB is known for its bright orange dial, designed for maximum underwater visibility as tested in Neuchatel Lake. 

"The original Clockwork Orange"
MSRP: $2,390
Market Range: $1,800 - $2,300
DOXA may have missed the '50s, but the SUB made a big entrance a decade later with 300m water resistance and the first helium escape valve. Find out how this watch gave DOXA its cult following.

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For the month of July, WatchCharts will be giving away a Seiko SARB035 with a market value of $400! You can enter to win once every 8 hours, plus you'll get 10 bonus entries by filling out a quick survey. 

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An iconic dive watch at a more affordable price. It is a cult favorite with a Pepsi bezel. This special edition watch was created to honor Seiko's partnership with PADI, the professional divers' training organization. 
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A classy dive watch inspired by Jacques Piccard, a Swiss explorer who dove into the depths of the Marianas Trench in 1960 with fellow explorer Don Walsh. Its diving heritage is rivaled only by the Rolex Submariner.

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Buy the Bracelet, not the Watch

Which watch would you recognize by the bracelet alone? After all the bracelet takes up the most wrist-real estate. Find out why its importance should not be underestimated!
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Roundup: New Watches This Week

From hand-painted tigers under a microscope to pocket watches milled from a solid block of aluminum bronze, there is a very unique array of new watches this week.

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