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Best Watch for Locksmiths

Best Watch for Locksmiths

(dramatic music) (upbeat piano music) – Locksmith’s, we’re
working seven days a week, in all weather, we are
working in the middle of the night, early morning. We’re working in confined
spaces, we’re everywhere. One of the best watches I’ve ever had, which can take the beating
is these Luminox Watches. It’s absolutely fantastic. It’s got a sapphire
crystal, so it’s extremely scratch resistant, it
can take a real beating. This watch is used by
military and special forces and police forces around the world. My favorite feature
about this watch is the luminescence, or the glow in the dark, the little tubes are filling with tritium. This is an inert gas and it’s
self illuminating substance is inside, so it doesn’t
require power to make it work. So, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and in all weather it’s self illuminating, so you can see in the dark no matter what. It doesn’t require any
external power source. It’s guaranteed of a half-life, it’s guaranteed for 25
years with a half life of 12 and a half years. And even when they wear
out you can replace them. Most watchmakers have the
little bits and pieces, the tritium, to replace this. The watch is fantastic, it’s heavy duty, it’s the must have for Locksmith’s. They have a whole pile
of different versions, from the Navy Seal
versions, to space versions, to deep sea scuba versions. They’re absolutely fantastic. I hope you enjoyed watching this video. Subscribe to my channel. Also, visit my website
and you can see what online Locksmith training
I have for beginners, intermediate and advanced, as well as my covert methods of entry and my non destructive methods of entry. (upbeat music)

Reader Comments

  1. These people apparently don't agree with you…

  2. I had a Luminox 3001 for a little under three years, and then it quit completely. Thought it was a battery issue, but the movement ended up being completely toasted… dumped the watch for a G-Shock 6900 and haven't been disappointed.

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