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Luminox, the California-founded company famous for their ultra-tough watches and the badasses who use them, just dropped a brand-new collection of dive watches within its Sea Series called the Pacific Diver 3120. Honoring the Pacific Ocean — Luminox was founded in 1989 along the Pacific cast — the new line encompasses four models, each of which shares similar specs: a 44mm stainless steel case, Carbonox unidirectional dive bezel, 200m of water resistance, a screw-down crown and case back, sapphire crystal, and tritium tubes for high visibility in low-light conditions.
Available versions of the watch include a black dial and bezel on a rubber strap for $545; an all-black version (black dial, bezel, and DCL case) on rubber for $595; and two versions with matching steel bracelets with either black or blue dials and black bezels for $640 each. All are available now on Luminox’s site.
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