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Posted: 10/18/2004 11:54:01 PM EST
[Last Edit: 10/18/2004 11:57:38 PM EST by Rick8401]
I don't know whether I could ask it here.But I really need help.I'm from mainland of China,none of my friends could answer my question.If there's somebody from U.S.Navy,please help me ok?Thanks a lot.
I want to know the differences between KHS-H3 Mil Spec Watch 6500 & Luminox 3901 Watch
Which is really for SEAL?And KHS-H3 have 2 sorts,one can show date,another can't.Which is better?

How about this?

Thank you very much
Link Posted: 10/19/2004 7:47:03 AM EST
The Luminox is a replica of the .mil issue watch.

I have a Luminox 3001, and was not impressed with the quality...just my opinion, lots of people seem to like the Luminox.

Most widely used watches by SOF types are the Casio G-Shock and the Suunto.

Go to this site for more info about .mil timepeices and places to buy them.
Link Posted: 10/19/2004 7:58:44 AM EST
[Last Edit: 10/19/2004 8:00:08 AM EST by Doktor]
I've owned everything from an Accutron, a Seiko and a Rolex. I have had maybe 5 Luminox watches- I'm wearing one (stainless/carbon) right now with an Australian Waterborne nylon band- I have given three of them to helpful people in foreign lands, one of the 5 deflected a piece of celebratory shrapnel from my left wrist, 1/3 of a minute into Y2k. It's crystal broke and it stopped cold, but the tritium glows to this day, frozen at y2k + 20 seconds. If anybody ever goes to Honduras and wants to see it, I'll tell you where it's nailed to the wall.

Luminox will do just fine.

Doc @ M&A
Link Posted: 10/19/2004 8:01:20 AM EST
Either way you go...check out prices on ebay first.
Link Posted: 10/19/2004 8:02:14 AM EST
Hey Bro, that's G-15 classified!!!!!!!!!!
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