• LUM-TEC's All Tungsten M26 Watch Reviewed

    Some people call it “LUM-TEC’s best watch yet.” This is the LUM-TEC M26 limited edition watch. Out of the M collection it sports an automatic movement with a power reserve indicator and a solid tungsten carbide case. With a mirror finish and heavy weight – this is one hell of a watch. Read More

  • LUM-TEC's 500M-3 Watch Reviewed

    US-based LUM-TEC’s first dive watch is the 500M. I’ve written about it before but now have the chance to offer a full hands-on review. When LUM-TEC wanted to make a dive watch – they knew the expectations would be high. Going along with the futuristic and modern theme of the brand, the goal was likely to come up with something visually fascinating, highly legible, durable, and… Read More

  • Lum-Tec B8: My New Almost Favorite Watch

    Lum-Tec just posted this striking shot of their new B8 chronograph. I love the styling and quality – Lum-Tec is great at PVD coatings and lume – but I’m sad, so sad that it has a Japanese quartz movement. Oh well. Read More

  • LUM-TEC B15 Chronograph Watch Being Given Away On aBlogtoRead

    Go there and comment for a chance to win a B15 Combat Pilot watch from American watch brand LUM-TEC. That simple. Read More

  • The Lum-Tec C3

    CG favorite Lum Tec just came out with the C series of heavy lume watches. The C3, shown here, has a PVD case, tinted crystal, black dial with GX lume, and sells for $395. The best part? LUM-TEC is using a restored vintage automatic movement in these, essentially recycling old movements for placement into a new case. That’s the first I’ve ever heard of anyone doing that and it… Read More