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Nixon

'38-20 Chrono' watch

PC   500264130


Hailing from the lineage of a contemporary classic design, Nixon's 38-20 Chrono scales down to a diameter of 38mm from its predecessor's 42mm, making it slimmer, sleeker yet as inherently elegant as its family pedigree. Fitted with a unidirectional rotating bezel and 3 sub-dials, this exquisite timepiece is an expressive fashion statement with stellar functionality.

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Hailing from the lineage of a contemporary classic design, Nixon's 38-20 Chrono scales down to a diameter of 38mm from its predecessor's 42mm, making it slimmer, sleeker yet as inherently elegant as its family pedigree. Fitted with a unidirectional rotating bezel and 3 sub-dials, this exquisite timepiece is an expressive fashion statement with stellar functionality.
  • Designer colour: Rose Gold
  • Movement: Miyota Japanese quartz 6 hand chronograph movement
  • 20 ATM/200 metre water resistance case
  • Polished rose gold-tone solid stainless steel case
  • Matte rose gold-tone unidirectional rotating bezel with countdown timer
  • Matte rose gold-tone dial with three sub-dials, date window at 6 hour, applied indices, and custom moulded hands
  • Hardened mineral crystal, triple gasket stainless steel screw down crown, and double gasket stainless steel screw down pushers
  • 19mm matte rose gold-tone solid stainless steel custom 5 link bracelet with stainless steel locking clasp with micro adjust
  • Includes additional metal strap links
    Product measures: Case Diameter 38mm / Strap Width 19mm

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