Luminox honors those who serve with the new THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE Pacific Diver watch

- 1 Sep 2023

Luminox honors those who serve with the new THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE Pacific Diver watch

The limited-edition pays tribute to the selflessness and courage of firefighters, doctors, nurses, military, teachers and all who put others before themselves

On September 1, 2023, Luminox will launch a new limited edition “Thank You for Your Service” Pacific Diver 3120 watch to pay respect to those among us with professional and volunteer careers that define personal sacrifice. Only 1,000 timepieces of this latest addition to the Pacific Diver 3120 series will be available worldwide. This special limited-edition reminds us to take a moment and thank those around us who are working hard to make a positive impact on their communities and their nation. To honor and show gratitude, Luminox has aptly named its newest timepiece with this well-known and well-suited term in respect for the selfless acts of those who make sacrifices for others. The “Thank You for Your Service” timepiece recognizes doctors, nurses, teachers, police, volunteer firefighters, and the many more selfless occupations that make a difference in the lives of all of us.

Purple symbolizes the blood of those who have made sacrifices in war and traditionally the color is associated with anyone who has served. For this reason, Luminox designed the new timepiece with a purple cut-to-fit rubber strap and etched “Thank You for Your Service” on the dial. In addition to the purple, it will be accompanied by a black rubber strap that allows for the full black out aesthetic.  

The Pacific Diver 3120 watch, “Thank You for Your Service” is up to 660 feet water resistant and like every other Luminox timepiece incorporates Luminox light technology, to ensure at-a-glance visibility in any light conditions for up to 25 years. The unique limited edition features a 44 mm stainless steel case and a unidirectional rotating CARBONOX™ bezel. 

Luminox asks, “Who are the heroes you need to Thank for their selfless service?”