Nixon has teamed up with Colette, a Paris-based boutique, for a limited edition version of their Time Teller watch. Limited to just 100 pieces, the time piece features a gold watch face with custom engraving on the back and is finished off with a black canvas band. It’s simple yet dope. You can grab this now from Colette’s website.
Nixon & Street League hooked up to create this watch that will be given to the winner of this year’s events. If you missed the finale last night, Chris Cole was the winner this year, so he’ll be getting this blinged out time-piece.
Anytime you’re doing some watch shopping, you should always check out Nixon to see their latest offerings. These are a few new colors in the 42-20 Chrono model. Look for these at your local Nixon dealer.
Nixon’s newest watch, The Passport, was designed for the world travelers. It features a custom Swiss Made Worldtime analog movement and has 24 time zones ready and waiting, so no matter where you are in the world, you will always know what time it is. The Passport also features a quick adjust DST (Daylight Savings Time) pusher. The Passport, measuring 49mm across, is not small or subtle by any means. This timepiece is currently available in 3 colorways on the Nixon website.
This is a watch that I would love to have. Not only does it do the usual, and tell you the time, but it also has an exterior temperature gauge. I know that you can get both the time & temperature from your phone, but sometimes I just don’t want to pull it out of my pocket.
Nixon is back with a new collection – the Regal Collection. Blue Sunray is the chosen color of this new line. The collection consists of the Axe, Corporal SS, and 51-30 Tide watches, all featuring a metallic blue face. All of the watches feature a stainless metal face and wristband, except for the Axe, which features a premium leather band.