In case you missed the unveiling last month, Doxa has added white to the six existing colors within the Swiss dive-watch maker’s classic SUB 200 collection.

The new Doxa Whitepearl.

The new Doxa Whitepearl will be the only all-white model throughout the SUB family, which also includes the SUB 300 and SUB 1500T collections. Existing options range from classic black dial (Sharkhunter) to silver (Searambler) and even Aquamarine, to the original emblematic orange dial, which Doxa first launched in 1967.

The Doxa Whitepearl retains the SUB 200’s 42mm steel case with its handsome domed ‘glass box’ sapphire crystal, unidirectional rotating bezel and screw-down crown.

As you might expect, the SUB 200 is water-resistant to 200 meters and features a generous dollop of white SuperLuminova coating on all dive-related displays. Equipped with an ETA automatic movement, the SUB 200 offers a power reserve of approximately 38 hours.

Doxa offers the SUB 200 Whitepearl either with its excellent stainless steel ‘rice bead’ mesh bracelet with folding clasp, or with a sporty white rubber strap. Doxa now offers the strap in two sizes, standard and small, perhaps to underscore a unisex vibe for this fashionable and technically proficient dive watch.

Price: $990 (bracelet) and $950 (rubber strap).

Specifications: Doxa SUB 200 Whitepearl

Case: 42mm by 14mm steel, glass box sapphire crystal, unidirectional rotating bezel, 19mm lug width, steel screw-down case back, screw-down crown, water resistance to 200 meters.

Dial: Painted indices and hands treated with a SuperLuminova luminescent coating, painted outer minute track.

Movement: Automatic ETA 2824-2 with a 38-hour power reserve.

Bracelet: Options: Stainless steel ‘rice bead’ bracelet with a folding buckle featuring a diver’s extension and the Doxa fish symbol.

Or: White rubber strap, two sizes available (Standard and Small) to match the dial color. Pin buckle featuring the Doxa fish symbol.

Price: $990 (bracelet) and $950 (rubber strap).

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