Luminox makes a second 2020 watch for the Navy SEALs Foundation

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Luminox has unveiled a second watch as part of its long-standing partnership with the US Navy SEALs.

The 3002.NSF is a modern interpretation of a Navy SEAL watch made in 1992.

It comes in a shade of gray called Bay Gray, which is an official color of the Navy Seals Foundation.

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Its dial has white numbers, and blue and gold tritium tube hour markers — also colors of the Foundation — powering Luminox Light Technology that makes the watch readable in any conditions.

The quartz watch comes in a light and durable Carbonex case with a steel caseback engraved with the Foundation’s logo.

The 43mm watch goes on sale this month in the United States.

In addition to two special timepieces this year, the Luminox partnership with the Navy SEAL Foundation also includes sponsorship of athletic events and gifting watches to the winners.

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