Known for building rugged and durable Swiss-made watches for harsh environments, American watchmaker Luminox is now further expanding its Sea Series with another ocean dweller, aptly named the Pacific Diver.
Available in both a classic stainless steel or stealthy blacked-out finish, the watch comes in a robust 44mm case constructed out of solid 316L steel. Sitting on top is a uni-directional dive bezel made from the brand’s proprietary carbon composite material CARBONOX, surrounding a black dial with highly-legible white rectangular indices and the numerals 12 and 6 at the corresponding positions as well as a date window by 3 o’clock. All indices are treated with Luminox’s famed lume, that can glow for up to 25 years. It’s powered by a Ronda 5151 quartz movement carrying a battery life of four years, and — obviously as a dive watch — is water-resistant up to 200 meters, or 660 feet. Completing the timepiece is either a stainless steel bracelet or black rubber strap, both sea-friendly.
For those interested, the Luminox Sea Series Pacific Diver is now available over on the company’s website, with prices starting at $550 USD.
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