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Bear Grylls, the most famous survivalist in the world, has travelled the planet and seen first-hand the monumental devastation caused by climate change. Together with Luminox, he is making a commitment to the future of our planet with the creation of the new Luminox X Bear Grylls Survival ECO watch. This limited edition watch features a case, bezel and strap made from 100% recycled ocean-bound plastics and a portion of each sale will be donated to Project Aware ( to help protect underwater environments.

Size/Diameter - 45mm

Water Resistance - 200 meters, 20 ATM, 660 feet, individually tested

Movement - Ronda 515 hand height 6

Case - Ocean waste material case

Bezel - Ocean waste material, uni-directional rotating bezel

Case back - 316L stainless steel, screw in

Crystal - Sapphire crystal with anti-reflective coating

Crown - 316L stainless steel, screwed down, protected crown

Height - 14mm

#tide ocean material® is made from 100% ocean-bound plastic, developed in partnership with Swiss scientists. On five islands in the Andaman Sea off the coast of Thailand, local fishermen are being trained and paid to gather and sort plastic waste. This material is registered, washed, shredded and turned into a granular material that can be injected or spun into a yarn. #tide has just launched a third product: Filament that can be used for 3D-Printing.  

In the #tide Luminox x Bear Grylls timepiece, this 100% recycled material is used to make the case, bezel, and strap. This 45mm watch features a sapphire crystal, a uni-directional diving bezel, the Bear Grylls logo in Super-LumiNova at 10 o’clock, “Never Give Up” at six o’clock, Luminox Light Technology at key spots on the dial and bezel, and the case back features “Luminox,” “Bear Grylls,” and “#tide ocean material” markings. Rugged and good looking, this timepiece fits the Bear Grylls collection, and mission, perfectly.

Donation to Project Aware 

A portion of the retail price from each sale will be donated directly to Project Aware (, which works with scuba divers around the globe to protect underwater environments. Not only does this watch use 100% recycled ocean-bound plastics, but money from the sale of each watch will help fund efforts in marine conservation.  



In the last 500 years, the oceans have suffered fewer extinctions than on land - at least that we know of. According to recent research, 15 animals are known to have vanished forever from the oceans since the 1500s, and many without ever being photographed. This underscores that there is no planet B.