Luminox 3051 Navy SEAL Blackout vs G-shock Rangeman

Check out these reviews and videos for the Luminox 3051 Navy SEAL Blackout vs G-shock Rangeman and you decide which is best for your work in the field.

Video Luminox 3015 Navy SEAL Blackout

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Function: TimeDate
Movement (technology): Quartz
Size of case diameter: 44.00 mm
Case material: Carbon reinforced PC
Case Bezel: Rotating 1-Way Diver
Case Back: Caseback with Screws
Crown: Double-Security Gasket
Water resistance (m/ft/atm): 200 / 660 / 20
Crystal/Glass material: Hardened Mineral
Strap/Bracelet material: Rubber / Silicone / PU
Case Height: 13.80 mm
Weight: 56g
Bezel LLT: Green
LLT on Dial 12H: Green
LLT on Dial 1-11H: Ice Blue
LLT on Hour hand: Green
LLT on Minute hand: Green
LLT on Second hand: Green
Illumination: Night Vision Tubes (25 years)

Video G-Shock Rangemen

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G-Shock Rangeman Technical Specs
Shock resistant. Sealed case and buttons. 200 M water resistance. Low temperature resistant (-10 C / 14 F). Altimeter:
– Measuring range: -700 to 10000 M
– Manual memory measurements: up to 40 records
– Historical Altitude Values: High/low altitude, cumulative ascent/decent Digital Compass. Barometer:
– Display range: 260 to 1,100 hPa
– Atmospheric pressure tendency graph. Thermometer display range: 14 to 140 F LED Backlight. World Time: 31 time zones 5 Daily Alarms. 1/100 second stopwatch. Countdown timer. Memory capacity: up to 40 records Calendar with 12/24 Hour Formats. Rechargeable solar battery.

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