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Luminox Dress Field 1832

Luminox Dress Field 1832 I have a soft spot for Luminox. It was the first "real" watch I purchased when I was about 16 years old. I got it from a now defunct store by the name of Service Merchandise, a popular store in the USA for some time. They sold many brands from Seiko to Tag Heuer, and of course Luminox. At the time, around 1996, Luminox was still making mostly resin cased watches with rubber straps that were marketed as used by Navy Seals. Luminox has come a long way from those origi..

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Luminox A.1513

Luminox A.1513 Luminox is derived from latin, with ‘Lumi’ meaning light, and ‘Nox’ meaning night. Luminox watches have built for themselves a reputation among professionals from the Navy SEALs all the way to pilots, and many of the armed forces in the world. Luminox got its big break when Nick North came to a trading show to procure a series of watches so that The SEALs could perform better during night missions. When he came across the Luminox ‘Always Visible’ technology he was tho..

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Review of the Luminox SR-71 Blackbird 9052

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If you like analog-digital watches, today's review might just make your day. This is the limited-edition Luminox SR-71 Blackbird, model #9052. Limited to 999 pieces, this seems to be their version of the Omega X-33. Let's start out with the specifications: 44mm across, 50mm at the widest point, 15mm thick. PVD-finished stainless steel case and bracelet. Bracelet is three-link, solid, with solid end links, fliplock, and 23mm lugs. Domed sapphire crystal with inner anti-reflective coatin..

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Review of the Luminox F-22 Raptor 9282

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We've reviewed several Luminox watches and clocks here at Watch Report, and today we're happy to review another: the new F-22 Raptor, model 9282. The brand is clearly moving into more upscale models, and this is a nice example of what they can do. Let's start with the specs: Titanium case, bracelet, and bezel; ion-plated buttons and crown. Sapphire crystal with anti-reflective coating. Ronda 5050 quartz movement with big date, day, 12-hour chronograph, and subseconds. 60-click titan..

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Review of the Luminox 6402 “Blackout”

Luminox-6402-"Blackout"

In addition to the other timepieces Luminox recently provided us, we also got a sneak preview at the unreleased 6402 'Blackout' seen here. Based on the previous F-117 Nighthawk 6402, the Blackout goes stealth with black-on-black dial, hands and matching PVD case and bracelet. The only color on the face is the tritium tubes and Luminox logo. PVD stainless steel case, 45mm by 13mm, 200g Swiss quartz movement with end-of-life indicator and matching white-on-black date wheel. Blue tritium ..

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