Luminox watches have been trusted and requested by Navy Seals for over 25 years. The watches, which have been branded as the Ultimate Essential Gear to own, have become a popular hit amongst outdoor lovers, sportsmen, people with active lifestyles, and even extreme sports enthusiasts! The watches are the perfect accessory for someone who leads an active lifestyle and loves the great outdoors due the fact that they are extremely durable, functional, and most importantly reliable timepieces.
The secret behind the watches durability lies in the high-qualitiy materials that they consist of. From ultra-scratch resistant sapphire crystal to the high-grade 316L stainless steel cases, the watches can handle the toughest weather conditions. In addition to that, the watches are powered by a patented Luminox Light Technology (LLT), which consists of tritium tubes that are precisely placed on the dial, hands, and bezel. The tubes enable full night visibility and hold a life span of 25 years.
While a Luminox watch already so many cool features to offer, one of the most recent technology to hit our brand is CARBONOX. In 2006, Luminox introduced an innovative carbon compound material, which “consists of carbon long bars or carbon powder in varying percentages depending on the model”. With CARBONOX, Luminox produces timepieces that have a very rigid and hard finish, taking the watch’s overall durability to a whole new level. Due to its perfect combination of strength and durability, CARBONOX gives Luminox watches the perfect stiffness and lightweight durability that customers look for in a reliable sports watch.
Used in high tech industries such as construction, racing, and aerospace, CARBONOX has become a trademark of Luminox. Luminox has been incorporating this element in its watches for over 10 years, and this material has taken the functionality of the watches to a whole new level. Besides being durable and lightweight, it is extremely comfortable to wear, shock and scratch resistant, and it is “resistant to temperate changes so it does not get hot or cold in extreme climates.” It is also has a very “strong chemical resistance and it ‘s non-metallic, anti-allergenic, and anti-magnetic.”
CARBONOX not only adds functional benefits to a Luminox watch, it also adds appeal to watch’s look and design. When applied to a Luminox bracelet or case, CARBONOX glides on as a black matte finish, thus being “favored by Special Ops. “ The material is made of “long carbon bars and has a high percentage of carbon powder, thus giving off a modern, sleek dark gray color to the material. “ All in all, it’s easy to see the appeal of CARBONOX being incorporated into watches, and its use still continues to be expanded and popularized in the watch industry.