Over the course of their 30-year history, Luminox have made watches for some of the most demanding consumers in the world. From elite military units, to professional deep-sea divers, to wilderness search and rescue teams, there’s a myriad of good reasons why the most rugged professionals and elite organisations turn to Luminox for their timepieces.
The key to Luminox's success is their use of the very best materials, state-of-the-art construction techniques and a commitment to building the toughest and most durable Swiss timepieces on the market. All of their watches are built around their signature Luminox Light Technology, which utilizes Tritium. This rare natural isotope generates luminescence through the breakdown of beta particles, to give self-powered illumination and a constantly visible glow for up 25 years. Since their formation in 1989, Luminox have been on the cutting edge of development for high performance sports watches.
Luminox typecast their watches into three main collections – the ‘Sea,’ ‘Air’ and ‘Land’ Series. Each of these collections is made up of watches that are built to cater to the specific needs of demanding users and include specialised features which ensure excellent performance in any outdoor environment, whether it be on land, at sea or in the air.
For instance, one of the most famous watches on the Luminox range is the Navy Seal 3000 series. Since 1993, Luminox have made watches for the US Navy SEALs, officially licenced for frontline operational use by the Department of the Navy. This calibre of clientele speaks for itself; the Navy Seals are one of the world’s most advanced Special Forces units. If Luminox watches are robust enough to meet the demands of these elite commandos, you can be absolutely sure that they’ll stand up to the very harshest conditions and the most extreme adventures.
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