You Can Now Build Your Own One-Of-A-Kind Custom Nixon Watch

Nov 7, 2019

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Specializing in timepieces fit for everything from the boardroom to the backwoods, the Encinitas, California-based watchmakers at Nixon have been making exceptional timepieces since 1997. Now, they’re taking another big leap forward with their very-own online watch customization shop.

At the present moment, customers can choose from three different models — the Sentry, Arrow, and Time Teller — as the base for their bespoke timepiece. From there, users can choose from numerous different colorway finishes for their stainless steel case, a multitude of dial styles, varying colors for the second hand, and a wealth of straps — ranging from link bands to leather straps and many more. Finally, your timekeeper can be finished off with an engraving (available only in the US) on the caseback for an altogether unique flourish. Pricing starts at just $150 apiece.

Purchase: $150+

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