Luminox’s Jolly Roger: A symbol of freedom and rebellion

SINGAPORE (LUMINOX) – The pirate flag, nicknamed the Jolly Roger, is a symbol of freedom and rebellion, thumbing its nose at the rules of society. To celebrate this spirit, Luminox is introducing the Master Carbon SEAL Jolly Roger, limited to 750 pieces for the world.

Used by brigands and buccaneers for centuries to strike fear in the hearts of their victims, the pirate flag has been used by the Navy SEALs and other special military units on occasions to celebrate their elite status.

Luminox uses it to honour these heroes as well as have some limited-edition fun.

Similar to the other Master Carbon SEAL models, the Jolly Roger comes in a 46mm Carbonox™+ case, water resistant to 300 metres, with a uni-directional turning bezel. Carbonox™+ is a carbon-based material exclusive to Luminox.

Apart from being light, hypoallergenic, extremely durable and resistant, it also features a very interesting texture, where fibres of the carbon long bars are visible on the case’s surface. Special gaskets and case design allow these watches to dive deep and continue to perform flawlessly. A stylised skull with crossed bones is featured on the dial, while the traditional Jolly Roger flag is emblazoned on the case back, along with the limited-edition number.

The Jolly Roger uses the Luminox Lighting Technology (LLT), which guarantees ultimate night vision for up to 25 years through their use of tritium tubes. The luminosity is built right into Luminox watches, ensuring that you will always be able to see the time in any situations. There are a total of 17 LLTs on the Jolly Roger, 12 on the dial, three on the hands, one on the bezel and the final LLT placed ominously as the eye of the one eyed pirate.

The numbers 5/10/15/20, on the bezel, are marked in red for diving purposes and the watch is completed with a red genuine rubber strap, accompanied with an additional black genuine rubber strap.