After so many days spent out on the water, after so many sessions, the ocean becomes automatic. Unconscious like breathing. Surf, swim, sail, dive, fish, or float, it's all connected. It's water time, which really means quality time. All those hours in the salt and sun demand a timepiece purpose-built for the waterman's life. The Steelcat is it. With its muscular 30 ATM stainless steel case and a shock absorbing rubber bezel, this watch is every bit as tough as it is refined.
Movement: Swiss made quartz 5 hand chronograph with center minutes counter and date.
Dial: The dial includes applied numbers and indices, raised subdial and date window trim rings, printed seconds track, and is surrounded by a concave dial ring with printed indices.
Case: 48 mm, 300 meter, custom solid stainless steel case, fixed stainless steel and silicone co-molded bezel, domed sapphire crystal, triple gasket screw down stainless steel and silicone co-molded crown, triple gasket screw down pushers, stainless steel screw down caseback and integrated band construction.
Band: 30-25 mm tapered custom injection molded silicone band, patented locking looper and stainless steel buckle.
- Custom 300-meter stainless steel casing is strong and tough, and it creates a muscular, masculine look
- Luminous paint on the hands and face keep the time legible when the lights are out, or while you're exploring the ocean floor
- Scratch-resistant sapphire crystal face is domed for maximum underwater legibility
- Injected silicone band with locking looper and stainless steel buckle is comfortable on your wrist
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- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
This thing is so under rated its crazy. Most people dont even know about the steelcat watch, those who do get it. Traditional diver styling, silicone bezel so that the case wont get scratched, and its extremely comfortable for a bigger watch. I would recommend to anyone that wants something a little different that will make a statement.
Nixon Steelcat Watch
Nixon's Steelcat watch with Mark Cunningham