Luminox has reintroduced the watch that first kicked off its SEAL collection, with a new 3001 EVO Series.
Back in 1989, Luminox developed a watch with the SEALs by listening to their needs and working together with them to create the ultimate timepiece.
The result was the Navy SEAL 3001, the only watch officially licensed by the US Navy and created with their authorization and approval.
Today, many Navy SEALs wear this watch as they perform operations around the world and now, Luminox reintroduces the watch that started it all with the 3001 EVO Series.
The 3001 EVO Series takes all the attributes of the original and pushes them even further, applying the best of today’s technology.
While keeping the size of that watch (43mm) and the narrow dial opening, this collection now comes with a screwed-down case back and a screwed-down crown, standard in today’s Luminox water-resistant timepieces.
In addition, the 3001 EVO series watches have textured dials and modernized fonts to bring them fully into the 21st century.
Water-resistant to 200 meters, the 3001 EVO watches are available in three different variations: Navy Blue, Old Radium, and Black Out.
Powered by a sophisticated and extremely precise Swiss Made quartz movement, the textured dials feature a date aperture at 3 o’clock.
The shaped hands are equipped with Luminox Light Technology, including the second hand, which is red-tipped for additional visibility.
The luminous tubes are on each of the hour markers, as well as at 12 o’clock on the unidirectional turning bezel, so you will always be able to see this timepiece, no matter the conditions.
In addition, Luminox has partnered with the Navy SEAL Foundation in a move it says will “honor and give back.”