Luminox Deep Dive Automatic 1500 Series Watch - Reliable Instrument for Divers

Nov 08, 2011
Luminox is proud to introduce its new Deep Dive Automatic 1500 Series diving watch, which required several years of intensive development.


First and foremost, the new Luminox watch catches the eye with a contrasting combination of black and yellow colors, employed in its dial design. The display ensures central hours, minutes and seconds as well as a date, arranged at 3 oclock. The technical originality of the novelty lies in long-lasting tritium tubes, which assure the black display remains optimally readable under all circumstances.

The tubes are incorporated into hour-markers, hour and minute hands as well as into a 60-minute index, which appears in a metalized mineral glass window. The latter is featured on the black PVD-treated 316L steel bezel. It safely holds the top sapphire crystal, anti-reflective on both sides. The timepiece is endowed with a patent pending bezel locking system which keeps the bezel from turning accidentally in either way.

The new Luminox Deep Dive Automatic 1500 Series watch is available in a 44mm black PVD-treated 316L stainless steel case. It features a screwed bottom in 316L stainless steel. The same material is used for the winding crown. Hidden inside the case is an ETA 2826-2 Automatic time date HH6 movement.

The case also incorporates an automatic helium release valve, which allows helium to safely escape the watch during resurface time. The model provides 500-meter water-resistance.

The new Luminox watch is worn on a black PU strap, finished with an IP black plated brushed buckle.

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