If you’re looking for complete winter camouflage, Doxa has you covered. The company recently announced a series of white-dialed watches including the Sub 300 Carbon Whitepearl and the white-faced Searambler.

In addition to these all-white automatics you can also grab the Sub 200 Whitepearl, a smaller-sized automatic.

The Carbon, above, is particularly interesting in that it features a carbon case with titanium cage around the movement. From the product page:

The SUB 300 in carbon remains true to its origins while cultivating an edgier, more technical, but also more urban look and feel. It takes the legend into the future, with a high-performance, putting an advanced lightweight material at the service of function. With a diameter of 42.5 mm, the carbon SUB 300 features a pressure-resistant titanium casing to protect the movement and a screw-down crown. It is rated to 300 meters, equivalent to approximately 980 feet. Precision, robustness, reliability – the SUB 300’s automatic three-hand movement holds the prestigious COSC Certified Chronometer certification guaranteeing all three. It also provides a 38-hour power reserve. The date window is positioned at 3 o’clock. The scratch-resistant sapphire crystal with an anti-reflective treatment is domed: a tribute to its heritage and the curved plexiglass of the very first SUB 300. All dive-related markings have a Super-LumiNova® luminescent coating to ensure optimum legibility even in low-visibility conditions.

The Carbon is priced at $3,990 while the Sub 200 is $950 and the Sub 300 Searambler is $1,890. Definitely not terrible when it comes to these solid, wearable white pieces.

By John Biggs

John lives in Brooklyn and has loved watches since he got his first Swatch Irony automatic in 1998. He is the editor of WristWatchReview.

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