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Luminox Navy Seal Watch - Master Carbon Automatic Series


2 Year Limited Warranty

Introducing the innovative Master Carbon SEAL - Automatic. Utilizing the groundbreaking CARBONOX™+ material, this brand has crafted numerous exceptional models. CARBONOX™+ is not only lightweight, durable, and hypoallergenic, but also weatherproof, shock-resistant, and scratch-resistant. It is an incredibly versatile material that boasts both functionality and aesthetics. And now, Luminox presents the first-ever automatic movement in a CARBONOX™+ case with the Master Carbon Seal Automatic.

The Master Carbon SEAL – Automatic seamlessly combines Luminox's renowned characteristics - toughness, luminosity, extreme water resistance, and legibility - with an automatic movement that includes a day and date window. To highlight the mechanical movement at the heart of this timepiece, Luminox has also incorporated an exhibition case back, allowing the movement and automatic rotor to be easily admired through the sapphire crystal.

  • Origin: Swiss Made
  • Always visible: Constant glow for up to 25 years
  • Function: Day date
  • Movement: Swiss automatic, SELLITA SW 220-1
  • Water resistance: 200 meters / 660 feet / 20 ATM
  • Case diameter: 45 mm
  • Bezel: Unidirectional rotating
  • Case material: CARBONOX+
  • Case back: 316L Stainless steel screw in see through
  • Crystal/glass material: Sapphire crystal, anti-reflective coating
  • Crown: Screw in, crown protected
  • Strap/bracelet: Green genuine rubber
  • Strap/bracelet buckle: 316L Stainless steel
  • Lug width: 24 mm
  • Case height: 14 mm
  • Weight: 110 g

      What is an Automatic Watch?

      An automatic watch harnesses the movement of the wearer's arm to power its mechanism. As the arm moves, a rotor inside the watch rotates, winding the mainspring. This stored energy is then released, driving the gears that keep the watch's hands moving and accurate timekeeping.