A stunning ‘Sharkhunter’ SUB 300T diver from DOXA’s [Swiss] early ‘sailship’ era for Aqualung U.S. Divers, that has been professionally restored and fully serviced by Localtime.
The large C-Type stainless steel case is in excellent unpolished condition, houses a Doxa Cal. 118 [ETA Cal. 2472] with date and measures in at 42mm or 45mm including the crown at 3h. The signature black dial, set of 3 hands and bezel are simply stunning. It is wearing its own BOR ‘Expandro’ bracelet. I have included many photos of the watch, snapshots from the service bench, but also some closeup snapshots I took just for fun and also to allow you to enjoy the lovely details of this fine timepiece. This is the exact model that Jacques-Yves Cousteau used as his personal watch. I am enclosing a photo showing him wearing his watch for a dive and also a watch that shows his actual personal watch next to a modern Searambler. The last photo shows some other DOXA’s that I currently have in stock and is for presentation purposes only.
As with all the watches that are handled by Localtime, the BIN price includes a written 6-month warrantee from the date of purchase. Feel free to contact me for whatever questions you might have.
Extra: Try my ‘waffle-pattern’ rubber straps! I have found these straps to be very comfortable and a great match especially for sporty or diver watches. They come in 4 sizes [16-18-20-22mm], 6 colours of rubber [black, blue, brown, orange, red and yellow] and 6 different colours of stitching [white, grey, blue, orange, yellow and red]. The straps themselves are have a ‘waffle’ pattern on top and a ‘grooved’ pattern on the bottom. Their length is 97mm on the buckle end [including the steel buckle] and 118mm on the tail end; so not short but not too long either. They have too floating keepers with the same rubber ‘waffle’ pattern. You can see more information and photos of these straps under eBay item number 202061460884 and in the last photo here. Feel free to contact me for whatever questions you might have.Share this watch: