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|Price:||$190.00 & FREE Shipping. FREE Returns. Details|
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|Brand, Seller, or Collection Name||Luminox|
|Dial window material type||Mineral|
|Case diameter||43 millimeters|
|Case Thickness||23 millimeters|
|Band width||22 millimeters|
|Special features||Luminous, Second hand, Tachometer, Shock resistant|
|Item weight||4.96 Ounces|
|Water resistant depth||660 Feet|
Prized for its durability and unique illumination system, the Luminox Original Navy SEAL Series 1 stainless steel men's watch exudes confidence and power whenever it's worn. Thanks to the vaunted Luminox self-powered illumination system, this watch's hands and dial markers glow 100 times brighter than other luminous watches and will provide continuous illumination for more than 25 years. It's also water resistant to 200 meters (20 ATM, 660 feet), which is suitable for recreational scuba diving.
The large, black-plated stainless steel watch case--measuring 1.7 inches wide and 0.4 inches thick--is topped by a ratcheting, unidirectional rotating bezel with engraved 5-minute Arabic numerals in white and coin-edged detailing for an improved grip. The black dial face is accented by white Arabic numeral markers, large white baton hands (with seconds hand), and a date function at 3 o'clock. It's completed by a comfortable polyurethane (PU) diver's strap in black. Other features include a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal with anti-reflective coating, multi-jeweled Swiss quartz watch movement, double gasket crown, and 4-year battery life. It's backed by a 1-year Luminox warranty.
Luminox Self-Powered Illumination System
Each Luminox watch employs tiny self-powered micro gas lights (borosilicate glass capsules), which are firmly embedded in the hands and the hour indicators on the watch face (as well as on the turning ring of diver's watches). Luminox watches need no external light source to "charge" the paint on the dial or hands in order to glow as do conventional luminous watches, nor do they require a push of a button to light the dial as do electro luminescent watches.
Luminox combines the finest tradition and precision of Swiss watchmaking with the durability demanded by US armed forces and the latest innovations in timepiece technology. The company pioneered the development of small, individual luminescent tracer lamps and was contacted by the U.S. Navy SEAL teams to build a dive watch for their use on night missions. After their popularity in the Navy grew, the Air Force asked Luminox to develop a watch specifically for F-117 Nighthawk Stealth pilots.
Full Disclosure: this watch was purchased as a successor to a REAL original Navy Seals watch that was on my wrist almost all the time since October of 2001. Read morePublished 18 hours ago by Av8r8
I gave this watch to my husband for Christmas and it has already stopped working. I was very skeptical about buying this watch because of all the bad reviews but my husband wanted... Read morePublished 1 day ago by misty buckley
Bought this for my dad for Christmas because he liked mine. His jaw literally hit the ground.Published 2 days ago by Michael Crawford
Initially, I was afraid to buy this watch. It's the Navy SEAL watch, and while I loved the design, it had some mixed reviews, especially in regards to durability & lack of factory... Read morePublished 12 days ago by a6m5
What is there to say? This is one the best watches for everyday use that I have ever purchased. I still have my first blue dial Luminox which is over 15 years. Read morePublished 24 days ago by E. Morales
I've had a lot of watches ranging from Timex to Tags, and this has to be the cheapest one that I've ever owned. Read morePublished 29 days ago by David Smith
Stopped working after 4 months. Tried to write to this vendor to assist with exchange since it should be under warranty, but they were unresponsive.Published 1 month ago by Ryan Barr
I LOVE MY NEW WATCH ! I HAVE WANTED ONE OF THESE FOR A LONG TIME !Published 1 month ago by William Shinholt