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Purchased a Luminox Night View 5 years ago. Two band loops broke within 1 year.

Replaced with a $40 knock-off Luminox band that lasted longer than the original. Watch has never been under/in water and has always been carefully handled. The so called Tritium used on the hands and hours for night viewing has never worked as advertised. Only if you hold a flash light over the watch face will it glow.

And only for a few minutes before it goes dark. Went to adjust the date and found that the stem doesn't pull out as it should. It was stuck in the down position.

Now I have to carefully slip a thin blade under the crown and pry it up without breaking it off to be able to adjust the date and time. I will never waste my money on another one of these over priced, over hyped watches.

Product or Service Mentioned: Luminox Watch.

Reason of review: Bad quality.

Monetary Loss: $175.

Preferred solution: Let the company propose a solution.

Company wrote 0 private or public responses to the review from Mar 20.
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You got swindled into buying a knock off, pal. Tritium is a radioactive substance that emits it's own light for decades. Phosphorus requires a secondary light source to energize it into glowing (which lasts only a few minutes).

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