Filed under: Timepieces / Watches
The design of the dials remind me of classic race car gauges while The simple polished yet streamlined shape of the watch case further reminds me of the "wind tunnel era." Wile the vertically striped texturing on the dial looks a lot like teak wood on a yacht floor, it could be another element to classic cars that I am not considering. Alternatively I could have got it all wrong and the Four and Five collection watches are an homage to something entirely different than cars...say boats for instance.
Both watches are likely in stainless steel and feature modified base ETA movements. The Four has a base automatic ETA 2892 with a power reserve module on it, while the Five has a different base ETA movement and is also an automatic. I believe that each model can be had in both silvered or black dials and come with black or brown leather straps. The watches should be relatively well priced (maybe $2k - $3k) though Doxa watches are often a bit on the higher end (price wise) in comparison to their competition. Look for the Doxa TC Four and Five watches about now.
Ariel Adams publishes the luxury watch review site aBlogtoRead.com.