Luminox just introduced their latest Scott Cassell Deep Dive Automatic, to support nonprofit Sea Wolves Unlimited and UVP (Undersea Voyager Project) – Scott Cassell’s organizations. Part of the profits from the sale of this watches created in cooperation with Casell will support these organizations and enable them to continue their very important projects.
Deep Dive Automatic watch has all the features that rECOn divers consider essential, including a sturdy steel case, a professional-grade ratcheting unidirectional dive bezel, patent-pending bezel locking device and crown protector, 500-meter water resistance and a clear, high-contrast dial with Luminox Light Technology (LLT) that glow for up to 25 years, regardless of conditions, so that the watch is always visible, even in the murkiest depths.
The gray dial is marked with both the Luminox logo and the Sea Wolves emblem. The steel case back depicts Cassell’s submarine. The integrated polyurethane strap comes with an extension for use over a wetsuit.
The watch costs €1799 ($2050) including 20 % VAT.