Nixon produce utter banging watches and this year they have come out with their pure classic the Time Teller Watch for another year coming. They have brought it out in a 'Matte Black/Gold' colour. This thing also won't set your family in to financial ruin but this does not mean a compromise on quality and style. This is still one of Nixon's most popular watches after all these years that it has been out. This is due to the sleek design of it and high build quality. Built for style with its custom 5 link jewellery style bracelet in stainless steel and simplicity with its custom Japanese Miyota 3 hand quartz movement and finished with a custom stainless steel case that is water resistant to 100m. Looking at the other watches I would recommend this because you will look sleeker and more stylish than greased up piece of bread!
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