Looking at the bezel, you will see the “Navigator” theme being used. Around the edge you will find the navigational directions, N,S,E,W as well as the 360 degree markings, tying the name Navigational Army together.
The dial of the Navigator is a matte brown earthy-tone color, with steel hour markers that really pop against the dial. At the 12 o’clock position, you will see the Konifer tree logo, with “Konifer” directly below. Being a Canadian company, it was only fitting for Konifer to throw in a touch of Canada by adding the Canadian Maple Leaf at the 6 o’clock position. The hour and minute hands a both bold with the hour marker displaying a prominent triangle or arrow shaped tip. Powering the Navigator is a quartz Citizen movement.
Surprisingly, the lume is quite good on the Navigator Army. With the bold hour and minute hands, the lume is quite bright and glows nicely in darkness. I wish I could say the same in regards to the hour markers, as the lume strip is quite narrow; not yielding enough lume to be as bright as the hour/minute hands. Overall, I will say the lume of the Navigator is more than I expected, and for a wooden watch, I think you’d be pleased as well.