Officially licensed by the Department of the Navy and used by active-duty SEALs, this 3500 is definitely one of the toughest watches you’ll find, utilizing a robust 45mm black Carbonox case that is both extremely light and incredibly scratch-resistant. Sitting under the tempered scratch-resistant mineral crystal is a blacked-out tactical dial holding gold hour and minute hands which, along with the indexes, all boast Luminox’s Light Technology, capable of staying bright for up to 25 years. Gold accents then adorn the rest of the timepiece, including by the date window, the crown, the bezel, the 24-hour markings on the dial, and the Navy SEAL trident engraved on the caseback. With a water resistance of up to 200 meters, the watch comes with two strap options: the brand’s signature black PU strap and a black NATO strap. It also comes packaged in a Pelican-styled protective case.
Limited to only 1,618 units, the Luminox Navy SEAL Gold Limited Edition is now available over at the company’s website, retailing for $545 USD.
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