Luminox, the glowing-est watch in all the land, has taken to the High Seas. The Luminox 3800 Jolly Roger features a skull and crossbones motif, quartz movement, and bright, flashing Luminova pips.

From the release:

The pirate is a symbol of freedom and rebellion, of thumbing your notes at the rules of society. To celebrate this spirit, Luminox is introducing the Master Carbon Seal Jolly Roger, limited to 750 pieces for the world.

Used by brigands and buccaneers for centuries to strike fear in the hearts of their victims, the pirate flag nicknamed the Jolly Roger has been used by the Navy SEALs and other special military units from time to time to celebrate their elite status. Luminox uses it here to honor these heroes and as a bit of limited-edition fun.

The watch comes in what Luminox calls a 46mm Carbonox+ case, basically a carbon-fiber like material that is light and water resistant. It comes on a rubber strap and features a rotating bezel.

How much does it cost to fly the flag? About $800, according to Luminox although I’m sure you could also dig this up in some booty if you looked hard enough on enough deserted islands.

ByJohn Biggs

John lives in Brooklyn and has loved watches since he got his first Swatch Irony automatic in 1998. He is the editor of WristWatchReview.

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