Nixon Regulus Watch

Mar 6, 2018

Category: Gear

While we love them, G-Shock isn’t the only one out there making rugged and durable digital watches. Just recently Nixon threw their hat into the tactical watch world with their military-inspired Regulus watch.

Designed with input from both former and current U.S. special operations personnel, this watch is built endure all kinds of use and abuse while still keeping accurate time. The 46mm custom injection molded and fiber reinforced polycarbonate case boasts a protective stainless steel bezel and a big, easy to read LED display, that – through thick and thin – will show an easily legible and precise time. The interior protective PORON XRD housing means that the watch can absorb brutal shocks, and can operate up to 100m under water. The functions on the watch include military or civilian time, a day/date display, dual chrono, count down timer, and much more. When it’s all said and done, we can’t honestly say we see anything missing with this rugged timepiece.

Purchase: $150

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