Luminox introduces the most enigmatic timepiece yet in the ICE-SAR Arctic 1200 Series
• Time Date Ronda 715 Lithium Swiss quartz movement
• 20ATM water resistance
• Sapphire crystal anti-reflecting coating
• Stainless Steel case with bi-directional rotating bezel
• Stainless Steel screw in case back
• Stainless Steel screw down crown
• Hydraulic stamped dial with map of the world and the ICE-SAR HQ headquarters
• Black reflective perforated textile strap
Price- INR 67,431/-
The most striking timepiece yet in the ICE-SAR Arctic 1200 series, ICAR-SAR Artic 1203 comes with the blue case on a black textile strap. The textile strap has reflective material imbedded in the textile for additional safety at night, mimicking the clothing the ICE-SAR teams wear. ICE-SAR Arctic 1203 is powered by a Ronda quartz movement with a lithium battery and, due to the case’s screw down case back and crown, the watch is water resistant to 200 meters. The hands are inspired by the carabiners the teams use, while the red graphic around the date window is the ICE-SAR logo. The dial, on which is printed a map of the world, with the coordinates of the ICE-SAR headquarters in Reykjavik smack in the middle, is protected by a sapphire crystal with anti-reflective coating and framed by a bi-directional turning bezel.
With this bezel, you can navigate using the timepiece as a sun compass. In the Northern Hemisphere, you point the hour hand at the sun and imagine an angle formed by the hour hand and a line drawn from the 12 o’clock position to the center of the watch. Bisect that angle and that is true south. Put the turning bezel’s on that point and you now know the cardinal directions. In the Southern Hemisphere, you point the 12 o’clock position at the sun, imagine the angle between the hour and the line from the 12 to the center of watch. Bisect that angle and that is true north.
The ICE-SAR teams need a timepiece on which they can rely, which is why they chose Luminox as their official timepiece. With its rugged, shock resistant construction, robust water resistance and luminosity, Luminox certainly fits the bill. In addition to ice, heavy rains and strong winds, ICE-SAR also has to deal with limited daylight visibility as Iceland remains in partial or total darkness during several months in winter. In such conditions, Luminox watches and their unique self-powered illumination system – providing constant glow for up to 25 years - truly become an essential gear to ICE-SAR teams in order to conduct their missions.
Luminox is proud to continue working with and supporting the ICE-SAR, a historic Search and Rescue operation, and to be equipping them with ICE-SAR Arctic Series watches. To celebrate this unique partnership, each ICE-SAR Arctic 1200 Series watch comes with a special booklet on the partnership.