In celebration of the opening of Barney’s Las Vegas, Nixon collaborated with the famous retail store and created this on-of-kind “Lucky” 51-30 Vegas watch. This timepiece features Swiss Made Automatic movements and is equipped with an 18K gold face and several black diamonds are inlaid around a solid black marble watch face. The watch face itself comes with the lucky horseshoe at the 12o’clock, a four-leaf clover at the 4 o’clock, and the Chinese symbol for 8 at the 8 o’clock position. These characters are all considered to be “lucky” in different parts of the world which keep in theme with the name of the watch. There was only one of these limited edition Nixons made and it cost around $12,000 and is being sold exclusively at Barney’s Las Vegas location. Get more info here.
Nixon recently came out with a bunch of new watches to add to their already large collection. The first two watches pictured above are pretty stylish but the other new watches are more rugged than the Nixon watches we are used too. These are meant to withstand abuse from nature, they all feature water resistance up to 200 meters deep. The watches range in price from $90-$400.00. Check out more or get these here.
We here at Sneakhype have posted a few sweet Nixon watches in the past but they were all a bit pricey. Nixon also offers nice assortment of less expensive but well made digital and analog watches. Check out more here.
The brand Nixon is taking their watch game to the next level. Generally speaking Nixon watches are fairly inexpensive but the new “Elite” line of watches are of higher quality, and price. The Elite line from Nixon combines Swiss craftsmanship with some of the best materials available. The watches include Swiss automatic movements, ceramic, and titanium carbide, and even saphire crystals. The Elite line of porducts starts off at around $600 and tops out at $1,400 with the Ceramic Player watch seen above. The rest of the line is worth checking out as well. Buy this watch here.