Tortoise shell sunglasses are possible my favorite. This new collection from Nixon gives you a few of their watches that feature the tortoise shell. I haven’t been wearing a watch that much lately, but if I had that 51-30 model it would be a wrap, I’d wear it every day.
Nixon went for the rustic look with their new Oxyde collection. The collection consists of five watches — the Time Teller, Mellor, Sentry, Corporal, and Private — as well as a wallet, credit card holder, iPad case, and two belts, all of which are constructed out of premium leather. All of the timepieces feature an oxidized face, giving them a real vintage feel. You can purchase all the items from this collections now from Nixon’s online store.
I’m always changing my mind on how big a fan I am when it comes to timepieces. Some days I have to have something on my wrist, and other I go crazy if I have a watch on. One thing is for certain, Nixon is always one of my top choices when I’m flexing my wrist game. This is a new model from them called the Steelcat.
For the sixth consecutive year, Nixon and Barneys have come together to introduce an exclusive collection of limited edition watches for the holiday season. The line features two models, the Automatic Chronograph and the Sentry, both of which come in a couple different options. The collection will be sold exclusively BARNEYS CO-OP locations around the world.
The Time Teller, one of Nixon’s most popular watches, is now available in a ceramic version. The Ceramic Time Teller comes in a black and white colorway and is available now through Nixon’s website. As you may have expected, the ceramic version is quite a bit more expensive than the regular and plastic Time Teller’s with a $450.00 price tag.
Nixon’s distinctive creativity continues with the rubberized version of the popular “Murf.” This serves as yet another Nixon that is certain to turn heads and evoke many a “Dude, cool watch, where’d you get that shit?” In other news: I’m curious to know if I used the word “distinctive” properly, or if it should have just been “distinct.”