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During the first world war, soldiers were in constant need of a field watch that was compact, precise, and easy to use. This resulted in sturdy wristwatches that resembled the utilitarian nature of military objects. Taking its inspiration from those military watches, the Luminox Atacama Field collection holds that idea of robustness and reliability.
The Atacama Field
Named after the driest desert in the world, the Luminox Atacama Field timepieces are an amalgamation of aesthetical prowess and ruggedness. One of the few watches under the brand with Swiss automatic movements, the timepieces are a rare addition to the legacy of the brand. The Atacama Field has a day/date window at the 3 o’clock marker and luminescent hands for better legibility.
Fitted with a mechanical automatic movement, the Luminox Atacama Field collection features the famed Sellita SW-200 series of movements inside it. Offering a power reserve of up to 38-hour, the movement also vibrates at 28,800vph. This movement is a workhorse inside the watchmaking industry and provides accurate timekeeping.