Always on the lookout for that affordable, fashion conscious, interesting model at that special price. A model that has that “something” about it that separates it from the rest. I think I’ve found it in the shape of the Nixon – The Re-Run Leather.
Nixon – The Re-Run Leather watch
It looks dead cool retro, yet it also looks “new” and that’s where it scores. A sort of laid back old style that just oozes individuality and with the wonderful old hickory style leather strap it really does work for me.
Relatively simple with the basics displayed elegantly and clearly on the display screen, surrounded by a gold tone sleek and modern case design.
The standard layout display shows most of what you need to get by.
Front ABS buttons for display options such as Dual Time, Calendar, Alarm, Countdown Timer and Night light, its actually not badly specified and it has a Water Resistance of 30 m – and all under a hard Mineral Glass.
I have to admit that I like it and at an offer price I spotted currently of just £86.65 (less shipping) it has to be a cool find and a definite contender for that Christmas stocking.
I was asked the other day for advice on setting a friends mechanical automatic winding watch – specifically on when to set the days, dates and months as he found it sometimes tricky and difficult to get these parameters to move properly.
My own ideas on changing the complications have worked for me pretty well, with no mechanical issues resulting so I have to assume I’m doing it right – I passed this information to him and he suggested that maybe I should Post it on the web site – so here it is.
Take care adjusting complications – when NOT to do it!
DO NOT change the Date between – 8.30pm and 02.00am.
DO NOT change the Day between – 11.30pm and 04.00am.
DO NOT change the Month between – 10.30pm and 00.00 (midnight).
This range of times to avoid should apply to most types of mechanical movements and even though this varies with movement Brands, hopefully I’ve allowed enough leeway to avoid any problems.
I tend to use the same no-go times for quartz triple date models too – get it wrong and sometimes they can be more problematic than mechanical!