Welcome to the 3rd part of the outdoor survival tips, and a continuation of natural navigation. In this week’s video, we learn how to get our bearings using a watch, which is one of the more commonly worn accessories. Give the video a watch and realize how everyday objects can actually help you to survive!
This week, Luminox brings to you the 2nd installment of its outdoor survival tips. In the video, the survival instructor teaches us about we can utilize the wind, trees and shadows to get our bearings when out in the wilds. This prevents us from losing our direction and knowing where North is! Tune in next week for another video about natural navigation.
There’s now a new addition to the ICE-SAR Arctic 1000 Series! The 1003.ICE features a 46 mm CARBONOX™ case. The hard-sandblasted dial calls to mind the lava fields that cover 30% of Iceland. This model comes on an eye-catching navy blue dial & navy blue fabric strap. The professional teams of the Icelandic Association for Search and Rescue 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. Also remember,...
Luminox is excited to announce our official partersship with the Navy SEAL Foundation, the organization supporting the Naval Special Warfare (NSW) community and its families, where their mission is to provide immediate and ongoing support and assistance for them. To celebrate our collaboration we are releasing a special edition watch – the 3503.NSF. The 3503.NSF features a blue dial with gold accents, the colors of the Navy SEAL Foundation, as well as the NSF logo engraved on the caseback. To learn more, visit www.navySEALfoundation.orgNavy SEAL Foundation 3503.NSF: www.luminox.com.sg/products/navy-seal-foundation-3503-nsf
Ever wondered how you can survive if you’re lost in the wilds or simply out camping in the outdoors? Today, Luminox brings to you the 1st of its 5-part series on outdoor survival tips, taught by the survival instructors of the Bear Grylls Survival Academy themselves. The 1st part will teach us about how to build a shelter using elements found in the nature and outdoors. Check the video out below!