ICE-SAR Arctic, 46 mm, Outdoor Adventure Watch - 1207, Front view
ICE-SAR Arctic, 46 mm, Outdoor Adventure Watch - 1207, Night view with green and orange light tubes
ICE-SAR Arctic, 46 mm, Outdoor Adventure Watch - 1207, UV Shot with green and orange light tubes
ICE-SAR Arctic, 46 mm, Outdoor Adventure Watch - 1207, Mood image with worn wrist watch
ICE-SAR Arctic, 46 mm, Outdoor Adventure Watch - 1207, Side view with screw in crown and stainless steel bracelet
ICE-SAR Arctic, 46 mm, Outdoor Adventure Watch - 1207, Case back with Luminox and ICE-SAR logo

ICE-SAR Arctic

46 mm, Outdoor Adventure Watch - 1207

£820.00

The hands of this men's watch are inspired by the carabiners used by ICE-SAR teams during their rescue missions, while the red graphic surrounding the date window represents the ICE-SAR logo.

The dial, which has been printed with a world map displaying the coordinates of the ICE-SAR headquarters in Reykjavik in the centre, is protected by anti-reflective sapphire crystal.

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  • Origin: Swiss Made
  • Always Visible: Constant glow for up to 25 years
  • Size of case (diameter): 46 mm
  • Function: Time Date
  • Water resistance (meters, feet, ATM): 200 / 660 / 20
  • Movement: Swiss Quartz
  • Case material: 316L Stainless steel
  • Bezel: Bi-directional rotating
  • Case back: 316L Stainless steel screw in
  • Crystal glass material: Sapphire crystal, anti-reflective coating
  • Crown: Screw in, double security gasket, crown protected
  • End-of-life display (E.O.L.)
  • Strap / bracelet: 316L Stainless steel
  • Lug width: 24 mm
  • Case height: 13 mm
  • Weight: 200 g
ICE-SAR Arctic, 46 mm, Outdoor Adventure Watch - 1207, Night view with green and orange light tubes

Features

Proud Partner of ICE-SAR

Luminox is proud to be working with the ICE-SAR, a historic Search and Rescue operation, and to be equipping them with ICE-SAR Arctic series watches. All wrist watch designs are inspired by Iceland or equipment of the Search and Rescue Team.

About ICE-SAR

The professional teams of the ICE-SAR are trained to go anywhere on Iceland, known as “the Land of Fire and Ice.” And on Iceland, that really means what it says – rescuers routinely answer calls during avalanches, shipwrecks, storms, eruptions, earthquakes, sub-zero winters and much more.

About the Cooperation

These teams need a watch they can depend upon, that will endure the hardships they have to, and keep on doing its job. They need a watch they can see in the dead of a long winter’s night, and one that won’t quit after the first shock or submersion in water.

Our Inspiration

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 displays a printed a map of the world with the coordinates of the ICE-SAR headquarters in Reykjavik smack in the middle.

The Bezel

With this bezel, you can navigate using your Arctic 1200 Series 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 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.

Features

Proud Partner of ICE-SAR

Luminox is proud to be working with the ICE-SAR, a historic Search and Rescue operation, and to be equipping them with ICE-SAR Arctic series watches. All wrist watch designs are inspired by Iceland or equipment of the Search and Rescue Team.

About ICE-SAR

The professional teams of the ICE-SAR are trained to go anywhere on Iceland, known as “the Land of Fire and Ice.” And on Iceland, that really means what it says – rescuers routinely answer calls during avalanches, shipwrecks, storms, eruptions, earthquakes, sub-zero winters and much more.

About the Cooperation

These teams need a watch they can depend upon, that will endure the hardships they have to, and keep on doing its job. They need a watch they can see in the dead of a long winter’s night, and one that won’t quit after the first shock or submersion in water.

Our Inspiration

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 displays a printed a map of the world with the coordinates of the ICE-SAR headquarters in Reykjavik smack in the middle.

The Bezel

With this bezel, you can navigate using your Arctic 1200 Series 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 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.