California watch artisans Nixon are known for their custom design, quality materials and precise workmanship for a timepiece you can really life your life in.
Enter the new Regulus Watch which was designed with input from current and former U.S. Special Operations personnel to create a high function and element proof watch without the excess and fuss. For a watch with such a clean understated aesthetic it sure packs a punch with added features. The model features a custom LCD module so you can adjust the brightness to any level. Other useful features include a dual chrono function for you to keep track of time. A thoroughly durable watch thanks to the screw bar construction and stainless steel bezel. It also provides a shock absorbing PU jacket to protect the digital module. Likewise, in between the module and caseback is impact resistant poron foam. Furthermore, the articulated freeswing strap and locking looper provide a secure and comfortable fit. Water resistant to 100 meters and even outfitted with water resistant pushers this is not a watch you need to worry about during outdoor pursuits or even a heavy downpour. Finally it's outfitted with an alarm to get you up when needed with a silent mode when you need to keep things quiet.
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