Doxa’s, love ’em or hate ’em, they are an icon when it comes to Diver watches. The 600T-Graph is a limited edition model (as all Doxas are) of usually 250 per year per style, and each year the dial colors and configurations change so they are always unique. There is a screwed-in plaque that indications the year of the model, and in this case the model year is “2005”.

This is the Sharkhunter model of the 2005 600T, and features a black dial with a 3-register chronograph that has both orange and white highlights on the subdials. In the background you can see the heavy-duty aluminum tube that all Doxa watches ship in. The movement is a high-grade ETA 2894 base. Lume is excellent on the 600T and easy to read in little to no-light situations.

The case diameter measures 44.70mm, and features a solid numbered caseback and sapphire crystal. The unique Decompression Dive Table bezel is a bit smaller in diameter than the main part of the case, giving the watch a somewhat smaller appearance than the 44.70mm case diameter would suggest.

A side shot showing off the inlaid plaque with the year of issue. The 600T-Graph is the thickest of all the current Doxa models, and has a much chunkier wrist presence than its brothers. I personally like the extra thickness and the matching beads of rice bracelet is very comfortable and compatible with all the Doxa models. The clasp on the bracelet is a standard fliplock style that is common to all Doxa as well as many other manufacturer bracelets. Adjustments to the bracelet are via push pins.

Finally the wrist shot! On my 6.75″ wrist, the Doxa wears quite comfortably, and does not appear overly large. The watch does lean towards top-heavy when worn on the wrist so tends to look better when the bracelet is worn tighter rather than looser. Pushers and crown are all screw-in adding to the reliability of water resistance. While the Doxa style isn’t for everyone, it does have an original style with tons of heritage behind it. The Doxa watch is for the Clive Cussler fan as well as the man who wants a watch that not everyone has.