DOXA and Costeau Take Aim at Underwater Record

Doxa Mission 31 Watch

DOXA's new Mission 31 SUB watch is getting ready to take aim at setting a record for the longest continuously used dive watch underwater. DOXA is teaming up with Fabien Cousteau's Mission 31 to spend 31 consecutive days submerged underwater in the name of exploration and science. This will break the old record set by Jacques-Yves Coutsteau, Fabian's grandfather, 50 years ago. 

Fabien Cousteau's team will visit Aquarius, the only undersea marine habitat and lab in the world, which is located in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary.

As for the watch itself, the titanium Mission 31 SUB features a 44 mm dial, Swiss ETA 2824-2 automatic movement, and a commemorative dial celebrating the mission. The watch will be water resistant to 1000 meters/3300 feet. One quarter of the proceeds raised from the sale of the limited edition run of 331 watches will be donated to the dive.

Mission 31 Press Photo

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Comments (1)

  1. I’ve always wondered how far down a watch can go. I wrote an post last week at my blog about the Invicta space project if you wanna learn about how high up a watch can survive.

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