Luminox Recon Point Man tells you how fast you walk

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(credit: Luminox) Luminox Recon Point Man | about US$320.00 |

designed in conjunction with with former Swiss Army Military Security NCO, Andrea Micheli, the Luminox Recon Point Man address the need for a simple navigation tool on the watches of military personnel. this Swiss Made Ronda quartz movement watch features a black carbon fiber reinforced polycarbonate case, sapphire glass with anti-reflective coating, stainless steel 316L crown, and the staple self-powered illumination that’s Luminox has been known for.
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other features include a contrasting color countdown quadrant on the dial for timing of maneuvers, an unidirectional ratcheting bezel with a compass rose, water resistant up to 200-meters (656-feet) and a 50-month long battery life. a tachymeter scale enables military personnel to calculate their walking speed. of course, it doesn’t miraculously tell you how fast you are going but you will have go through a short procedure to achieve the calculation. the Luminox Recon Point Man is available in two versions: one in metric and the other in English.

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