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[Tough Dress Watch] Looking for a business casual watch I can surf/whitewater kayak with? [R]3 years, 7 months agoAug. 15, 2016
Aug. 15, 2016
If you're open to having a watch that is more specifically for your surfing and kayaking I don't think you can go wrong with a Luminox dive watch (3000 or 3050 series). They're pretty inexpensive (~$200 on Amazon) so I take mine surfing all the time. Supposedly the Navy Seals use these watches. They have a glowing component that is supposed to last for 20 years and doesn't require sunlight to charge up.
If you want something a lot better built with a sapphire crystal and automatic movement, you could go with something along the lines of a Hamilton BelowZero. I don't own one, but have always thought it was a cool watch. It comes with 2 straps. Rubber and a metal bracelet.
[Question] suggest a new watch for me. [R]4 years, 5 months ago___WE-ARE-GROOT___ posted submission on Watches.
Oct. 3, 2015
i am an EMT. Good watches are a priory in my field i currently have a Seiko snk805. i love it but the lume just isnt enough its only bright for an hour or so after being charged. i need something that stays bright and is easy to read. Most of the guys i work with use $20-$40 dollar digitals. But i find taking vitals easier with an analog.
- easy to read face with full markings (hash marks are okay)
- as bright as can be in little to no light
- needs to be able to take a beating
- easy to clean (bodily fluids are a thing)
- under $300
- auto or mechanical
- sweeping hand
- NATO band
Oct. 3, 2015
Personally I'd recommend this Luminox (click the "night view" button on their site to see how it looks at night). It's a quartz so it's very accurate, it uses tritium tubes instead of regular lume, so it never needs to be recharged, it's got a rubber strap which is easy to clean, and it's water resistant to 200m. You can get it for $200 right now on Amazon, which is a significant saving. You could also just buy a few cheap NATO straps to switch around when one is dirty if you liked.
[Recommendation] Perfect watch for the avid traveller? Must have alarm and illumination. [R]5 years, 3 months agoVPI_1991 posted submission on Watches.
Dec. 3, 2014
I want to buy my fiancee something special and "Buy It For Life" for christmas this year and I've decided on a watch. We travel many months of year and this is only going to increase. We've been using $10 digital watches with velcro straps from Walmart so far and they've been perfect, except we're in our 30s and it's time for something a little bit more 'grown up.' I've been looking through the buying guide for days and I haven't be able to find something I'm satisfied with. We spend a lot of time in the outdoors camping, but no diving or anything too aggressive. The watch should be casual/sporty/military style for everyday outdoor/indoor use.
Here is what is important to me:
- Low Profile: We travel to some offbeat places and dress very casual with no jewellery/expensive items. I don't want to become a target for theft.
- Can be viewed in the dark
- Canvas strap or the ability to put a Nato/military style strap on it and not look ridiculous
It would likely be removed before swimming, but should be water resistant enough that we don't need to worry about it in a heavy downpour or while doing the dishes
Price of $100-300: There isn't really a cap on this, although I don't think my s/o would feel comfortable wearing something too expensive
Other that the brand, mechanics, etc. aren't really important. I'd like something he could have forever with minor maintenance/battery replacement. I've mostly focused my search on Citizen Eco-Drive and Seiko Solar watches but the ones that do have alarms seem to have tons of unnecessary features and range $500+.
Any input would be helpful! Thank you!
Edit: Adding some links for things I like
Dec. 3, 2014
I'm not sure if it has an alarm (sorry if it doesn't), but how about this:
Luminox has tritium illlumination tubes that are always on and don't require a battery. They are available in a ton of different colors and are really rugged. It also falls right in the middle of your price range.
Some other colors as well:
And a link to the page from luminox: http://www.luminox.com/watches/sea/
[Recommendation Request] Dive watch for under $250? [R]5 years, 3 months agoDec. 2, 2014
Dec. 2, 2014
I have some non-standard recommendations. /u/pelvicmomentum gave pretty much a complete list for standard divers watches that all come highly recommended. For a stainless steel dive watch under $250, buy one of those he suggested and pretty much nothing else.
There is a sub-genre called tactical dive watches. They are usually black in color and, well... tactical. I own one, and it's a Luminox Black Ops. This watch has tritium gas tubes for illumination, and they are nothing short of amazing. Basically, they are always glowing 24/7. The watches are made of a fiber-reinforced polycarbonate (mine is PVD-coated 416L steel, however), and all of them are water resistant to at least 200m/660ft.
[Casio Pathfinder] Glad to have found this subreddit, my watch is near death and I have no Idea what to do. [R]6 years, 5 months agoOct. 27, 2013
Oct. 27, 2013
Have you looked at Luminox? They have a range of choices selling under $300 with may under $200.
3051 EVO Navy SEAL Colormark selling at Amazon for about $215. It's still a quartz with a much easier to change battery, tough, 200M WR, night vision tubes. And not just this one as they have a lot of other colors and styles with their unique Luminox look.
Luminox Navy Seal watch glowing [R]6 years, 11 months agoApril 11, 2013
April 12, 2013
I have the Colormark. This one. I love the watch, but it fogs up in cold weather and Luminox has some of the crappiest customer service in the watch industry. OEM straps are also difficult to find (for the Colormark at least). That said, I like the illumination a lot, and it is both a large and light watch, which are qualities I like.