Born in the Pacific Ocean - the new models expand on one of Luminox’s most popular watch series
The Pacific Ocean is both the largest and the deepest body of water on our planet. Over 155 million square kilometres with average depths measuring 4,000 meters, the Pacific is nearly 30% of the planet’s surface area. This great body of water is a destination for avid divers – both professional and amateur - and its deep blue waters call to humans across the globe and serve as home to a diverse ecosystem of aquatic life. The Pacific is the inspiration for Luminox’s bestselling watch series: The Pacific Diver Chronograph Series 3140. In honour of World Ocean’s Day 2022, Luminox launches 9 new configurations of the icon.
The new Pacific Diver Chrono boasts stainless steel case in 44 mm with a CARBONOX™. unidirectional bezel, a vital instrument for any diver. Luminox offers a cut to fit rubber strap providing an easy and perfect fit. Two options are available with stainless steel bracelets. A fully blacked out version with a steel case and strap rounds out the series. As with every other Luminox timepiece, it incorporates Luminox Light technology, making sure that your timepiece is visible in any light conditions for up to 25 years.
While the chronograph’s exact debut and attribution remain open to some debate, the first chronometer was invented over 200 years ago, and it continues to be a highly sought-after feature today. The chronograph allows additional functionality for timing events whether underwater or on land. Now divers can utilize the unidirectional bezel and the chrono function to keep precise time during diving expeditions. Like, oxygen, timekeeping is a matter of life and death when underwater and Luminox’s new Pacific Diver Chronograph 3140 Series has become a critical tool to ensure safety while below the surface of water.