BEAR GRYLLS NGU 3809 LIMITED EDITION

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*This watch is only available through auction and is not for sale. Proceeds of the auction will be donated to the Singapore Disability Sports Council (SDSC). The donation will go a long way to help SDSC continue their programmes and services for para-athletes.*

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Continuing our partnership with Bear Grylls, Luminox unveils the special edition Luminox X Bear Grylls NGU 3809 Series. This exclusive timepiece is worn by Bear throughout the Amazon Prime Video Original Series, World’s Toughest Race: Eco-Challenge Fiji.

Limited to only 30 units, Luminox Singapore is honored to receive a piece. The Luminox x Bear Grylls NGU 3809 Series will be given to the winning team of the World’s Toughest Race, in addition to being worn by Bear. 

The 46mm watch case is made of ultralight, ultra-durable CARBONOX+™, and has an orange dial and orange rubber strap. Always visible in any conditions with Luminox Light Technology™ and water resistant up to 300m, this piece is up for any challenge.

Product Specification

SERIAL NO.

22 / 30

Glass Type

Sapphire crystal with anti-reflective coating

Case material

CARBONOX+™ (40% carbon bar compound)

Case diameter

46 mm

Strap  Material

Rubber

Strap Color

Orange

Dial color

Orange

Bezel Function

Unidirectional

Special Functions

Date, Dive Bezel

Movement

Quartz

Water resistance

300 metres

Weight

90 grams

 

About Bear Grylls

Bear Grylls, has become known worldwide as one of the most-recognised faces of survival and outdoor adventure. The BAFTA award winning TV host began his journey in the British Special Forces (21 SAS) before becoming one of the youngest-ever climbers of Mount Everest. 

Bear’s motto is courage, kindness and Never Give Up!

About World’s Toughest Race: Eco-Challenge Fiji

The series is a non-stop race across Fiji, comprised of 66 teams from 30 countries competing for 11 days across more than 400 miles. The race will push contestants to their limits as they face the unforgiving terrain to get to the finish line – climbing mountains, navigating jungles, and paddling oceans while averaging a less than two hours of sleep per day.

About Singapore Disability Sports Council

Catering to the needs of persons across a diverse range of disabilities, the SDSC - a non-governmental organisation and a charity - runs community, developmental and high performance programmes seven days a week, 365 days a year, to help people receive therapy and discover their talents through sports.