Luminox Unveils New Bold Deep Dive Watch

Feb 26, 2010
For more than twenty years, the famous Deep Dive watch from Luminox has been hugely popular with the Navy Seal, Americas coast-guards, and with the renowned diver Stan Waterman.

Now, the watchmaker is proud to introduce a new interpretation of this model. The new Luminox watch boasts a more imposing exterior and offers remarkable 500-meter water-resistance. Created and certified for professional use, it totally complies with the stringent ISO 6425 requirements for diving watches.

The distinctive feature of the new Deep Dive watch is a patent-pending blocking system, developed intentionally for the bezel. The model is also equipped with an automatic helium valve, a crown protector and special water-resistant gaskets.

Another flair of the Luminox diver's watch is represented by its exclusive Luminox Light Technology (LLT) system, which ensures continuous illumination for 25 years. It is attainable due to micro gas tubes, emitting a blue glow: this is the color a diver can distinguish even at a great depth.

Inside the Deep Dive watch is an automatic ETA movement. It animates the functions of hours, minutes, seconds and date.

The mechanism is enclosed in a 45 mm case, done in reinforced steel. Both front and backsides of the watch are fitted with 3 mm sapphire crystals.

The case of the Luminox watch frames a black dial. The display includes hour-markers, hands and bezel numerals, outfitted with blue LLT underwater luminescent system. They are joined by a wide minute hand, equipped with double LLT tubes.

The spectacular Luminox Deep Dive watch is coupled with a black polyurethane strap, endowed with a divers extension system.


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