The NAV SPC (Navigation Specialist) a new model in the successful RECON series. The Navigation Specialist is the person responsible for keeping the patrol on the designated route until the target is reached, keeping on track with the use of a map, a compass, and GPS. The new NAV SPC models have a 46mm case. The dial incorporates an easy to read walking speed tachymeter, either in kilometre or miles per hour. The models employ a movement with a GMT function enabling the wearer to set a second time zone. In order to facilitate navigation with a map, the newly designed watch strap features three common map scales as well as an inch/cm measurement and comparison chart. It also holds a removable compass.
|Function||2nd timezone (24 hr)|
|Size of case diameter||46.00 mm|
|Case Bezel||Uni-directional rotating|
|Case Back||Screw on caseback|
|Water resistance (m/ft/atm)||200 / 660 / 20|
|Crystal/Glass material||Sapphire crystal anti-reflective coating|
|Strap/Bracelet material||Rubber / Silicone / PU|
|Case Height||12 mm|
|LLT on Dial 12H||Orange|
|LLT on Dial 1-11H||Orange/Green|
|LLT on Hour hand||Green|
|LLT on Minute hand||Green|
|LLT on Second hand||Orange|
|Illumination||Night Vision Tubes (25 years)|
All watches in the RECON Series feature a second color countdown zone on the dial, a dive timing unidirectional ratcheting bezel, highly scratch resistant sapphire crystal with antireflective coatings, a walking speed scale (essentially a walking tachymeter!) Available with scales in either km/h or mph. All watches are packaged in a tactical MOLLE/PALS (a standard carry system used in the military that means (“MOdular Lightweight Load-carrying Equipment”/“Pouch Attachment Ladder System”) compatible sunglass case.
The Luminox RECON Series was designed in collaboration with Andrea Micheli, a former Swiss Army Military Security NCO, an internationally recognized law enforcement/military specialized journalist and shooting instructor in order to meet the requests from professional military personnel for an analog watch that can be also used as a simple but efficient ground navigation tool.