Nixon The Automatic SR
Released January, 2010
The Pros:Can see the automatic movement through the clear case back. Second hand sweeps smoothly, no ticking motion. Jewels compliment the design, add a little flare.
The Cons:Slightest imprecisions, like the date turning over 4 minutes before midnight and the loss of about 10 seconds per day.
The Nixon The Automatic SR is a durable, Swiss-made and classically built automatic watch for men that requires no battery whatsoever, as it instead relies on a user’s natural wrist motion for energy.
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So long as the user swings their arms once every 36 hours, the watch will continue to run undeterred. The unit was built from a sapphire crystal (a material cited as harder than a diamond) and includes a tungsten steel bezel and stainless steel, water-resistant casing. Plus users have the option of either a titanium carbide or scratch-resistant coating. Reviewers say the unit is both classy and business-like. However, they've noted that if you don't wear it for two days, it'll completely stop.
- A006099-00 (Men’s Elite)
- Round Automatic Watch
- Mechanical Automatic Winding
- Water-Resistant Stainless Steel Case (200m)
- Sapphire Crystal Crystal Caseback Window
- Raised Tungsten or SS Bezel
- Titanium Carbide Coasted SS Band
- Double-Locking Clasp
- Screw Crown
- Day, Date, Sweeping Seconds
- X-Large Size
- Analog Display
- 1-Year Limited Warranty
User Reviews (1)
can see the automatic movement through the clear case back
second hand sweeps smoothly, no ticking motion
jewels compliment the design, add a little flare
looks great on the arm, like a serious watch that balances functionality with beautiful design
heavy and solid construction, not at all flimsy
doesn't ever need the batteries changed
strongly resists scratches, looks great for years
slightest imprecisions, like the date turning over 4 minutes before midnight and the loss of about 10 seconds per day
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