DOXA is perhaps one of the most influential watch
companies in terms of helping to make diving more
accessible to the general public. The original DOXA
SUB 300 was designed and engineered with the goal of
not merely producing a dive watch, but rather an
indispensable piece of dive equipment. The DOXA SUB
300 was not only the world's first orange faced diving
watch, but it was also the first dive watch equipped
with The US Navy's no-decompression dive table limits
incorporated into the bezel! DOXA also produced the
first dive watch equipped with a Helium Release Valve
(The Conquistador) available to the general public.
Just as DOXA has developed cutting edge watches to aid
divers everywhere, PADI (The Professional Association
of Diving Instructors) has perhaps done more than any
other organization to promote diving as a participation sport.
Through education, development and continuing promotion
of the sport, it is safe to say that when people think diving,
they think PADI!
In recognition of all that PADI has done to promote
diving in the US and around the world, DOXA was
pleased and honored to visit the PADI Worldwide main
office in Southern California on October 16th, and
present two of their key officers with the DOXA 1000T
Professional. Brian P. Cronin is the Chairman and
Chief Executive Officer of PADI Worldwide (on the right). Dr. Drew
Richardson is President and Chief Operating Officer of
PADI Worldwide(on the left).
DOXA watches are only available at the Official DOXA
website: www.doxawatches.com and through exclusive