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Luminox Navy Seal Series II Dive Mens Watch 3901
Black carbon-reinforced polymer case with a black nylon bracelet. Unidirectional rotating black carbon-reinforced po bezel. Black dial with luminous hands and Arabic numeral hour markers. Minute markers on the inner ring. GMT scale. Dial Type: Analog. Luminescent hands and markers. Date displays at the 3 o'clock position. Quartz movement. Scratch resistant mineral crystal. Case diameter: 45 mm. Case thickness: 13.5 mm. Round case shape. Band width: 22 mm. Band length: 9 inches. Velcro clasp. Water resistant at 200 meters / 660 feet. Functions: hours, minutes, seconds, date, GMT. Sport watch style. Luminox Navy Seal Series II Dive Mens Watch 3901.
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28 of 31 found the following review helpful:
These watches are not as rugged as impliedFeb 15, 2009
By Michael Jewett
My wife and son bought me a luminox water resistant watch for christmas one year.It was a fairly expensive watch and I was happy with it for two years.At that time I was stepping aboard my boat when the pin holding the band fell out. I caught the watch just before it hit the salt water where it would have been lost forever. It might as well have been. I replaced the pin and it happened again. I took the watch to the jewelry store and was told that the watch could not be fixed as the stainless pins had worn out the rubber where the ends of the pins seat. The name Navy Seals suggests that this is one tough watch which it is not. Stainless pins must have a metal seat.
12 of 12 found the following review helpful:
Dive watch?May 22, 2008
By Neil Ensign
My 2 year old Navy Seal II dive watch filled up with salt water at about 30 feet. It was the first time I wore it in the water. Maybe they don't like cold water? Customer service was a little rude. It was a very good watch and I will buy another. I just won't dive with it.
9 of 9 found the following review helpful:
LuminoxSep 21, 2009
By J. Rodgers
This is my 2nd Luminox watch the first one I wore in the Marine Corps. These watches hold up very well in my opinion. I was always low crawling and running through the mud and my first Luminox to this day does not have a single scratch on the crystal. I bought a new one only because I wanted a black face. If you want a good watch that will take a beating then get one of these.
6 of 6 found the following review helpful:
DO NOT BUY THIS WATCH!!!Aug 11, 2011
By Aaron L.
I am a bit of a watch dork and own several diving watches. I read the good and bad of this watch and figured i'd give it a fair shake and bought it as a graduation gift for my son, who is on his way to hawaii for college and needed a nice diving/water sports watch. This this is very light, made of composite materials and feels like you are not wearing anything. While it claims to be water resistant to 200 meters, it started fogging up just wearing it around and had water in it after a shower. the back has four screws that hold it down instead of using a screw down case like finer dive watches. after taking it to a watch repair place locally, they told me the case had a small crack that was only visible under magnification. I contacted the seller and they told me that they take pictures of all their watches for "security reasons", that they don't sell damaged watches, and that they would charge me to fix or replace it, even though I contacted them well under the warranty period. This is a cheap product with an expensive price tag and a company that has horrible customer service. I should have stuck with Seiko!!!
6 of 6 found the following review helpful:
"tactical" watch that can't keep time, dangerous combo!Nov 17, 2009
By D. Patrick Green
First, let it be said that Amazon and the contracted seller, Dexclusive, are awesome! No fault there at all!
I bought the watch because of the tritium markings, combined with Swiss quality. We do a lot of night operations, and the tritium on the numbers and hands (even the second hand) are perfect! Bright enough that you can see the time at a glance in ANY condition without having to push a "light" button, but not so much as to give away a position. No question, exactly what I've bee looking for.
The first thing I noticed was an occasional catch when I was resetting the date or time. The second thing was that I was doing this reset at least twice a week. Not for a few seconds off. It might be 3 or 4 minutes, it has skipped hours before! Had the battery changed 3 times just to be sure, same result. This has gone on for 6 months. Thirdly, the SEALS I knew back in my Navy days would not have allowed their insignia on this thing. A tactical watch that erratically skips time?! Guess I'll try Smith & Wesson.
UPDATE: 7/25/10- After 4 attempts by a watch maker to repair my Luminox, it not only stops during date change, but upon resetting, the minute hand has gotten totally out of sync with the hour. (hour hand right on with minute hand around the ten til position) A SERIOUS waste of money. You're better off with a $20 Casio with a "light" button. Couldn't figure out how to give a "zero stars" rating. The guys in the Teams need to consider getting their name and logo off of this thing.
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