Good looks, brains and brawn combined The 51-30 Chrono rates second-to-none. Featuring a 6 hand Japanese quartz movement, a second subdial, chrono and date means you're equipped for any mission. Nixon Nix 51 30 100 Watch's unique crown positioning on the left side of the bezel for added comfort and to avoid wrist bite plays up the little details we strive for and further strengthens our team-design, custom-built point of view.
Miyota Japanese quartz 6 hand chronograph with date and a 9-hour crown and pusher placement.
The dial is surrounded by a concave dial ring and includes bold printed indices, a printed seconds track, CD textured subdials and custom molded hands with luminous fill.
51 mm, 300 meter/30 ATM custom solid stainless steel, solid stainless steel or handmade acetate unidirectional rotating bezel with countdown timer, hardened mineral crystal, screw down crown and pushers, stainless steel screw down caseback and screw pin lugs. Some of the 51-30 Chrono models' cases are treated with a special coating we refer to as Chromacoat, which wears to perfection as the watch ages. Learn more on our Chromacoat Collections
25 mm custom solid stainless steel or handmade acetate 3-link bracelet with stainless steel double locking clasp with micro adjust.
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