Setting the gold standard with Navy SEAL 3500 Series

The colour used for medals, awards, celebrations of power and achievement, and trophies has always been gold. In the Navy, the trident of the elite SEALs is gold, as are rank stripes and buttons on dress uniforms. Gold symbolises success, power, and accomplishment.

To celebrate its significance, Luminox introduces gold in its Navy SEAL 3500 Series in a special limited edition of 1,618 units.

The number 1,618 is the whole number equivalent of phi, also known as the golden number, the golden proportion and the golden ratio. Luminox’s designers use this golden ratio when developing the new models.

This special Navy SEAL 3500 Gold limited edition features a 45mm CARBONOX™ case, which is light, tough and incredibly durable, and water resistant to 200 metres. The watch comes with two straps, one rubber and one NATO.

The elegant gold touches are on the hands, the crown, the first 20 minutes on the uni-directional turning bezel, the case back, and the 24 hour numbers on the dial, – gold even outlines the Luminox’s logo at 12 o’clock.

On the case back, engraved in gold, is the limited-edition number that is unique to each watch and the Navy SEAL insignia, called the ‘SEAL Trident’, which is given to all those who complete the Basic Underwater Demolition (BUD/S) training.

The insignia is actually four symbols in one – the golden eagle symbolises the SEALs’ competence in the air; the pistol, the SEALs’ ability on land; the trident for the SEALs’ dominance in the sea; and the anchor represents the Navy itself. Despite its sophisticated look, the new 3500 Gold is a pure Navy SEAL timepiece at its heart.

Officially licensed by the Department of the Navy and created with input from active-duty US Navy SEALs, it is built to withstand anything and everything, and it incorporates Luminox’s Light Technology, making sure that your timepiece is visible in any light conditions for up to 25 years.

The Luminox Navy SEAL 3500 Gold is the Gold Standard in rugged outdoor timepieces.