Prepare to go deep as this stylish arm piece can go 300 meters and take all the punishment you can throw at it.
In the water and out it has all the features you want like oversized numbers and distinct arm pieces to let you know what time it is no matter how dark and wet you get.
If your going to do sprints in the parking lot or time your next breath hold underwater – this piece has a second sundial that can keep track of that no problem.
Heading up to the bar after a long afternoon surf session? The brushed steel band and large face exude manly good looks and is sure to let everyone know you got it going on.
Just got this watch and i have to say its F*#king big and it has the baller status of a tnf1556 jacket but as far as a great everyday its the best im glad i went with the stainless steel band B/C ive heard that the weight of the watch with leather band gets tore up super quick so save your money and go with the steel (you’ll thank me later).
As far as looks its a little over the top but if you are going to spend this much money on a Nixon Black Dial Watch you might as well go all out and after wearing it for a few weeks you wont want to take it off its good for everyday use so if you’re in the market for a watch as big as a babies head this is the way to go.
This looks great and does the job and never disappoints and never disappoints. I am always happy with their products. Nice and heavy. A real mans watch. Wear it out to dive for lobsters in the cove and later for a walk into town and the local bar.
Question: What do you think of the Nixon 51-30 vs Fossil Nate watch?
Answer: I like the looks of the Fossil Nate and hope to review one soon and compare both side to side.
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