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Nixon Regulus Watch

Nixon have introduced the Regulus Watch, a timepiece ready for anything. Designed and built in collaboration with US Special Operations, the element-proof, dual chronograph watch can stand up to the harshest maritime, dryland, and high altitude conditions. The 46mm dual chronograph digital watch features a fiber reinforced polycarbonate case and a stainless steel bezel for durability, as well as water resistant to 100 meters. An oversized display and customizable LED backlight make time, date, and other info easy to read in the dark or underwater, and the five-year battery life means changes will be few and far between. Available now in three colors. watch the video below



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