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Luminox Watches: Navy Seal Dive Watches, Evo Seal Watch, & More

Luminox Watches

Luminox Watches

It’s always fun to start carrying a brand that I’m personally connected with and really care about. For years, my go-to watch for travel, adventure, and aquatic sports has always been my Luminox Navy Seal Watch. I’ve worn the thing so many times and gotten so much use out of it, and it has never let me down! One of the really cool things about Luminox watches – is that they glow radiantly at night without any special lighting required, and you don’t need to push any buttons. These things glow like magic! Ok, maybe it’s not magic, but there is some very cool technology involved:

Luminox’ self-powered illumination (LLT) allows one to view time at-a-glance, no matter what the light level, even in complete darkness – up to 25 years of complete darkness, in fact. Being able to read time effortlessly under any and all circumstances fills a need for various military and law enforcement groups, which is why the U.S. Navy SEAL Procurement officers came to us asking us to create dive watches for them for night missions. It is also why U.S. Air Force pilots flying the F-117 Nighthawk™ Stealth Jets approached us. These are only two of many groups of “heroes” that truly understand and appreciate the inherent benefit of wearing a Luminox timepiece. As for the rest of the population: When was the last time you had to fumble for a light switch or a button on your watch in the dead of night? Wear a Luminox for a week and you won’t want to miss it.

You don’t need to be a Navy Seal to wear a Luminox. These are killer watches for everyday casual use. They are rugged, reliable, high-quality swiss made watches that are well worth the money. Check ’em out.  🙂

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