Seal Dive Watch

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  1. Grad/Dad

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    Does anyone know what watches are preferred by real Navy seals? Luminox claims to be the `official` but I have read some stuff that indicates that they are a farce. I am looking for a high school graduation present that will be both useful and mean something for a long time. Who knows, he may actually need it one day (as a seal).
     
  2. AcademyHopeful_50

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    I have a Luminox dive watch. Apparently they are the 'official' SEAL watch... It is very solid and great quality but was very expensive. I don't know the exact model off the top of my head, but it does have the trident emblazoned on the back.
     
  3. c.long

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    From what I've read and seen, SEAL's usually weaar digital and durable watches that are easy to read and use quickly. G-shocks a pretty common from what I know. They're not real fancy or anything, but the point is that they're relatively cheap, durable and efficient.
     
  4. Team Mom

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    I gave DS Luminox SEAL watch as a graduation gift last year. It was expensive and he loved it as it was cool looking, but one of the parts came off during the Plebe year and he bought G-shock. The shop fixed Luminox with no charge, but my DS prefers using G-shock as it does not break even you wear it during activities such as Sea Trials. I saw many Mids wearing G-shock.
     
  5. NF 01

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    My Mid DS has a Luminox and loves it.
     
  6. AikiBudo

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    Check out the Garmin watches. I see more and more people using these. Various models have GPS, heart rate monitors, can track running time, distance, elevation and can record swim distance, efficiency, stroke count, pool lengths, etc. Pretty cool.
     
  7. nuensis

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    I have a $20 Casio I bought from Target. It's simple, easy to use, and I won't cry if it gets smashed.
     

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