When you rely on a classic design, you never go wrong. That’s the philosophy behind the new Nixon The Sentry Chrono. Nothing will distract you about its timeless look. The simple rounded dial features the classic T-layout of the three subdials for the chronograph. Powered by a Japanese Miyota movement with six hands and a date complication, the chronograph on this Sentry is truly functional. This means that when you depress the custom buttons, the smaller hands within the subdials will actually move. Unlike some ‘chrono’ watches which are more for form and less for function. No numbers on the indices either, as the ones on the Sentry are applied, with the seconds printed. The date is viewable on a small window by the 4 o’clock position. Housed in a 42mm solid stainless steel case, the watch is water-resistant down to 10 meters. Though you wouldn’t go diving with the Sentry, unless you want to damage the beautiful, 21mm-wide leather strap. Available in three different dial colors with its corresponding straps matching the dial’s shade. $250.
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