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Your ticket to keeping time while traveling.

This custom Swiss Made Worldtime analog movement has 24 time zones ready and waiting. With a ballistic nylon band and bezel-direct functionality, you'll have local times on lock down. From Sydney to Santiago, this watch is the perfect wing man.

Movement: Nixon custom designed and developed Swiss Made quartz analog worldtime movement with a unique bezel control that easily and quickly adjusts the second time zone. The case features a quick adjust DST (Daylight Savings Time) pusher.

Dial: The dial is surrounded by a dial ring and includes printed numbers and seconds track and custom molded hands with luminous fill.

Case: 49mm, 100 meter/10 ATM custom stainless steel case with a hardened mineral crystal, screw down caseback and a triple gasket screw down crown. A unidirectional rotating bezel controls the dual time hour hand for quick change time zones. The bezel markings are in anodized aluminum set into the stainless steel bezel. The bezel incorporates a knurl texture for easy grip.

Band: 22mm custom ballistic nylon band with genuine leather trim details and keepers and a custom stainless steel buckle with screw pins.

  • Stainless steel housing
  • Woven nylon strap
  • Mineral crystal glass face
  • Timezone conversion bezel
  • Date indicator
  • Daylight Savings Time adjuster
  • Water-resistant up to 100m

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what is navy on the white/silver/navy...

what is navy on the white/silver/navy model?

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So there is actually no Navy on the White/Silver/Navy variant but that is what Nixon has named this watch so thats how we have to keep it on our site.

I spoke with somebody over at Nixon about this because I really wanted to know why they would make it so confusing and they let me know that they are going to look into changing the variant name.