20 Most Recent Navy Seal Luminox Watch Questions & Answers

the hair dryer didnt do any damage but the water might have destroyed the movement, some ar inexpensive, get an est. to replace it. make sure u go to a good jewelry store.

Navy Seal... | Answered on Jul 14, 2016

Sorry Robert but it is likely you will have to accept and get used to it. The movement's seconds hand is just not calibrated to the exactness the dial is printed in. Notice as your hand moves it sometimes lands on a marker and gradually stops lining up and then as it reaches another part of the dial it will start lining up again. However it never is consistent as to what markers it lines up with. Lots going on behind the scenes (in your movement) that is inherent in battery powered movements.

Navy Seal... | Answered on Mar 11, 2011

These type of watches have push pins and can be rather tricky if you do not have the right tools. Can also damage the watch if you DONT have the right tools.
My recommendation is to take it to a local jeweler/watch repair so that it can be done professionally.
Best wishes.

Navy Seal... | Answered on Aug 11, 2010

Those type of bands take a special push pin to push out the pins and can be rather tricky. My best advice would be to take to a local jeweler/watch repair as they have the best tools to do it and it normally is less the $15 to do and worth it.
Hope this helps.

Navy Seal... | Answered on Aug 10, 2010

How you go about putting in the extra links to make the bracelet fit your wrist?
Here's a link that may help, you'll need a couple of tools,

Navy Seal... | Answered on Jun 15, 2010

Go to th Luminox web site ( /www.luminox.com/launch) and select "customer service".

You can find your nearest dealer by selecting "find a retailer" and inserting your details.

Navy Seal... | Answered on Jan 25, 2010

No real way to clean it yourself, you need to take it to a professional who can diassemble it, clean it then reseal...unfortunately that takes tools and the knowledge...dont try at home, if its gotten wet, it WILL need to be taken apart and worked on.

Navy Seal... | Answered on Nov 14, 2009


Try this page and get the manual, its free just decline the newsletter..the movement is an ETA 251.471 and these are the setting instructions...good luck :)

Navy Seal... | Answered on Nov 14, 2009

try parsecent.com...they have most parts to fix most models of Luminox...and yes you can buy it without buying a complete band :)

Navy Seal... | Answered on Nov 14, 2009

I have this same problem and sent it to Luminox and they fixed it for just the shipping.

Navy Seal... | Answered on Aug 14, 2009

the pins are punched or pushed out with a small reamer

Navy Seal... | Answered on Sep 28, 2008

Any watch shop Will sell them. also even buy them online.


Navy Seal... | Answered on Sep 22, 2008

you set it using the wheel pull it out , it should have two positions, one adjust time the other one date and chronograph, I see if I find full manual.

Navy Seal... | Answered on Aug 03, 2008

You need to calibrate it. In normal time mode, pull the crown out all the way and then use the pushers to step it back to the zero position. When finished, push the crown back in. You can also calibrate the sub-dails in a similar fashion.

Navy Seal... | Answered on Apr 01, 2008

Ever even in MILITARY...

Fred Rogers has also been the subject of such rumors,
all of them false.



Navy Seal... | Answered on Mar 25, 2017

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