Luminox inspired by the Californian coast for its Pacific Diver watches


Luminox was founded in the Pacific coast town of San Rafael, California, in 1989 and has returned to its roots with the launch of the Pacific Diver 3120 Series.

Years of working with the likes of the US Navy Seals and other military and first responder customers has helped Luminox perfect its rugged divers and this year’s collection of 44mm steel timekeepers follows in a rich tradition of rugged tool watches.

The 44mm collection uses steel cases — with or without black DLC — have Carbonox uni-directional bezels and can be bought on steel bracelets or rubber straps.

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There are black or blue dials with white markers or, in the case of the black DLC version, an all-black face.

Prices range from $545 to $640.

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