Throughout the history of the wristwatch, designers have struggled with the best method to illuminate the watch face for easy viewing at night or in dark environments. Superluminova and tritium are popular solutions today, but both have shortcomings. When exposed to light regularly, Superluminova is the brightest option, but that brightness fades to below that of tritium over several hours. Tritium can illuminate constantly for ten years with zero light exposure, but it isn¹t as bright as Superluminova making it hard to see your watch when you go inside after being in bright sunlight.
Reactor's Never Dark technology uniquely combines Superluminova and tritium making its watch faces visible in any lighting environment without waiting for your eyes to adjust. Even the blacked out Atom field watch is easy to see on nighttime hunting, fishing or boating trips, working in the garage or basement, or when stumbling around in the morning getting dressed in the dark. For more visit http://www.reactorwatch.com/product/atom-never-dark%C2%A8/