Nixon Base Tide Pro Surf Watch

May 7, 2018

Category: Gear

While Nixon makes timepieces for all measure of extreme sports, they have a special place in their hearts for all things surf. And maybe that’s because they were founded and are headquartered out of the famous beach town Encinicas, California. Whatever the case, their passion for surfing is evident in their new Base Tide Pro Watch.

Available in a number of different colors, this digital surf watch comes pre-loaded with 550 tides and sunrise/sunset locations around the world – good for a whopping 15 years. It’s also built with chronograph features, has three types of optional alarms, and even has a customizable countdown timer with a wave counting function. But none of that would do you much good if it wasn’t tough – which it is. The Base Tide Pro is water-resistant to 100 meters thanks to its super tough TR90 case paired with water-resistant pushers and a hardened mineral crystal. Wrap this surfer’s boon around your wrist for $125.

Purchase: $125

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