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mattbeef    186

Welcome to the forum - I like that :thumbsup: What movement do they use & can you give us a ball park figure for price please? 

:) 

Thank you. It's one of my favourites.

£529 delivered. Full specs here:

40mm width excluding crown.
22mm lug width.
14.75mm thickness.
Weight on rubber strap: 4.1oz / 117g.
Weight on steel bracelet: 7.5oz / 214g.
316L stainless steel.
Uni-directional 60-click rotating luminous bezel with sapphire insert.
Alternating brushed and high polished finish.
21,600 BPH Sii NH35 Japan automatic movement with hacking and handwinding features.
Sapphire crystal with clear double side anti-reflective coating.
Threaded solid stainless steel caseback.
LUM-TEC MDV Technology®. (2-tone)
Screw lock crown with double diamond sealing system.
300 Meters / 990 ft. water resistance.
2 straps included: Stainless steel bracelet with special ratcheting diver's extension and molded rubber.
2 year warranty.

Oh dear oh dear. I really like the look and spec of that.

Dare i visit your site if there are more choices like that

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LÜM-TEC    48

Welcome to the forum - I like that :thumbsup: What movement do they use & can you give us a ball park figure for price please? 

:) 

Thank you. It's one of my favourites.

£529 delivered. Full specs here:

40mm width excluding crown.
22mm lug width.
14.75mm thickness.
Weight on rubber strap: 4.1oz / 117g.
Weight on steel bracelet: 7.5oz / 214g.
316L stainless steel.
Uni-directional 60-click rotating luminous bezel with sapphire insert.
Alternating brushed and high polished finish.
21,600 BPH Sii NH35 Japan automatic movement with hacking and handwinding features.
Sapphire crystal with clear double side anti-reflective coating.
Threaded solid stainless steel caseback.
LUM-TEC MDV Technology®. (2-tone)
Screw lock crown with double diamond sealing system.
300 Meters / 990 ft. water resistance.
2 straps included: Stainless steel bracelet with special ratcheting diver's extension and molded rubber.
2 year warranty.

Oh dear oh dear. I really like the look and spec of that.

Dare i visit your site if there are more choices like that

 

Thanks - glad you like it. There are several different colour / size options to look at so visit at your own peril :smile:

www.riverroadwatches.co.uk

 

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Hi Lum Tec,

So you make quartz watches as well eh?!?

Now that's something that I would be interested in. Do you have a model similar to that featured in the illustration above?

 

 

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LÜM-TEC    48
1 hour ago, Gonville Bromhead said:

Hi Lum Tec,

So you make quartz watches as well eh?!?

Now that's something that I would be interested in. Do you have a model similar to that featured in the illustration above?

 

 

Thanks for your interest in LUM-TEC. We don't have a Quartz dive watch, but how about one of these

M71-1.jpg

Or one of these

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Caller.    2,797

I have to confess to messing up in my earlier posts. It was luminox I see in Bangkok, not Lum-Tec. I got confused between the two. But are Lum-Tec available in Thailand as well?

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Thanks for your reply Lum-TeC

Very nice.....BUT..... why not a quartz diver?  I would feel sure that there would be a demand for it.

Same watch as above except with an ETA 955.112 on board.

Any chance of planting this seed?

 

 

 

 

 

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LÜM-TEC    48
2 hours ago, Gonville Bromhead said:
22 minutes ago, Caller said:

I have to confess to messing up in my earlier posts. It was luminox I see in Bangkok, not Lum-Tec. I got confused between the two. But are Lum-Tec available in Thailand as well?

This is the link to the worldwide dealer list. Maybe somewhere you may pass through on your travels?

http://www.lum-tec.com/international-distributors

 

18 minutes ago, Gonville Bromhead said:

Thanks for your reply Lum-TeC

Very nice.....BUT..... why not a quartz diver?  I would feel sure that there would be a demand for it.

Same watch as above except with an ETA 955.112 on board.

Any chance of planting this seed?

 

 

 

 

 

I agree it would be a good option to have. As you probably know LUM-TEC watches are all made in limited production runs, so the models regularly evolve and change. I will put your suggestion to the guys in the US who are very open to customer suggestion for new models.

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Thanks. That's great.

If your suggestion is accepted, please let us all know on this medium.

They look a great piece of kit and I can quite understand why they go for mechanical movements. However, I have had my fill of mechanical. I have got to that age were convenience is more important. Hence the need for quartz. I am sure that I cannot be alone in this!

Thanks again.

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LÜM-TEC    48
1 hour ago, Johnny M said:

Dear Lum-Tec

Could you help please with lug to lug heights on the M65 Cobalt and M72-s 40mms

Thanks:)

Hi Johnny M. Both watches are 46mm. Short curved lugs that wrap nicely around the wrist. 

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Johnny M    0
2 minutes ago, LÜM-TEC said:

Hi Johnny M. Both watches are 46mm. Short curved lugs that wrap nicely around the wrist. 

Thanks for that....I have a 6.75" wrist, so the lug curvature and length should be ok.

Cheers.:thumbsup:

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LÜM-TEC    48
Just now, Johnny M said:

Thanks for that....I have a 6.75" wrist, so the lug curvature and length should be ok.

Cheers.:thumbsup:

I have a similar size wrist and that case size is a great fit for me. 

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Johnny M    0
1 minute ago, LÜM-TEC said:

I have a similar size wrist and that case size is a great fit for me. 

That is helpful, thanks again.:)

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