Luminox Recon Leader Chronograph Watch

Mar 15, 2016

Category: Gear

It seems like everyone is having a special anniversary this year, Luminox included. And to celebrate the Swiss watch company’s 25 years in operation, they’re launching a series of high-performance watches, each bearing a title of a Reconnaissance Team member that have features specific to their roles in a RECON operation.

The Luminox Recon Leader features a second color countdown zone on the dial, a dive timing unidirectional ratcheting bezel, scratch resistant sapphire crystal, and a walking speed scale among others. Designed for the leader and adventurer in all of us, the Recon Leader was conceptualized in collaboration with Andrea Micheli, an internationally recognized law enforcement/military specialized journalist and shooting instructor. It serves to meet the needs of professional military personnel as an analog watch that also acts as an efficient ground navigation tool. Available now for $695. [Purchase]

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