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Nixon Baja Watch

Nixon have presented a new digital watch, the Baja. Featuring a polycarbonate case, an LCD display with either positive or negative high contrast and nylon strap. The watch includes several survival tools such as a compass, LED flashlight and thermometer with external sensor, in addition to the basic stuff, date, calendar, alarm clock, stopwatch and timer. The Baja is water resistant up to 100 meter/10 ATM and is available now in four colors.

Available in Europe here




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