New watches honour Luminox’s connection to Pacific Ocean

The Pacific Ocean with numerous beaches makes it a hotspot for the sport diving. The Pacific Ocean is also the world’s largest and deepest ocean and a playground for people who love the outdoors. It is also along the Pacific Coast, where Luminox was founded, in the small town of San Rafael, California.

When Luminox was founded in 1989, it was with the specific aim to design, engineer and manufacture the toughest watches on the planet for the toughest people on the planet. This resulted in a wide range of watch designs that are of excellent quality, toughness and dependability.

To honour this connection to the Pacific, Luminox is introducing a brand-new collection in its SEA series, the Luminox Pacific Diver 3120 Series.

The new series features a 44mm stainless steel case with a CARBONOX uni-directional bezel. It has a screw in crown and caseback, sapphire crystal and a water resistance of 200m that makes it perfect for diving. This fusion of materials, coupled with the Luminox Light Technology, gives the series a sleek and eye-catching design, with night visibility of up to 25 years.

There are four versions of the Luminox Pacific Diver 3120 series; a black on black model, a black dial and black bezel model, a blue dial and black bezel model and a black dial and black bezel model.

Luminox Pacific Diver 3123. PHOTO: LUMINOX