Armchair Navy Seal: Luminox ANU

Have you ever been sitting on the couch channel surfing and come across Discovery’s “BUD/S Class 234” about the military training of soon to be United States Navy SEALs? That is some intense, and maybe the hardest, physical training that can be endured. It puts in perspective the levels the human body can perform at and the mentality it takes it make it through.

The SEALs, being very water based with their work, would need one hell of a tough watch to wear on the job. Luminox gets the nod for having the Official Navy Seal Watch and it’s a nice feather in the brand’s hat considering quality is a must (and could even be a life saver) for the men wearing it. Making watches for the military takes things to new levels and is not a place for errors. So, what is behind this Navy SEAL watch that makes it special and a draw to watch geeks? Here is the low down…

  • Reference 4221.CW (ANU 4200 series)
  • Quartz movement caliber Ronda 715 Lith HH6
  • 45mm diameter black PVD 316L stainless steel case
  • Sapphire crystal
  • Uni-directional rotating dive bezel
  • Screw-down crown
  • Nylon NATO strap but also available with rubber strap
  • Tritium tubes for 25 years of continuously glowing lume
  • Water-resistant up to 200m/660ft

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