Guide to Luminox Watch Bands

Ever wondered what the different watch types for Luminox watches mean?  See the list below for more information. 

1. PU Watch Bands

(Polyurethane) replacement type watch bands are one of the favourite type of watch bands for diving, swimming and other sporting activities.

2. Rubber Watch Bands

Our rubber watch bands are water-resistant, tear-proof and resistant to external influences, such as UV light, chemicals, extreme heat or cold temperatures.

  • NBR (Nitrine Butadiene Rubber) watch bands are natural rubber watch bands. This watch band is one of the most popular and widely used for high-performance applications.
  • EPDM (Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer rubber) is a type of synthetic rubber. This type of rubber has a much better resistance to heat, light and ozone compared to unsaturated rubbers.

3. Silicon Watch Bands

Silicone rubber is a synthetic elastomer. It is resistant to extreme environments and temperatures while still maintaining its useful properties.

4. Velcro Watch Bands

Strong and durable with a secure hook and loop fastener, the ideal anti-allergy watch band as no metal touches the skin.

5. Webbing Watch Band

Extremely sturdy, yet supple high-tech watch band in the NATO style. Made with nylon material which has a comfortable wearing feeling.

6. Leather Watch Bands

Crafted from carefully selected materials, each leather watch band is unique and has its very own character, such as a specific colour shade or structure.

7. Bracelets

Watch bracelets are designed to fit casual and dress watches alike, solid watch bands are predominantly very robust and are finished to a high standard. Luminox bracelets are made out of Titanium or Stainless Steel.

8. PC Bracelets

We took the same ultra-light carbon reinforced polycarbonate material found in our watch cases and created a bracelet for the ultimate strong yet lightweight watch band.

9. Sustainable Material Watch Bands

Made from 100% recycled ocean-bound plastic material watch band. 

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