Nautica watches introduces NMX 1600, an innovative chronograph that is strong in appearance and light in weight.
The XL size steel case has a fully skeletonised construction, with the entire middle section and lugs cut away to reveal the red anodised aluminium components inside, which stand out powerfully against the backdrop of the watch’s ultra modern architecture.
Steel - 47 mm Ø
Aluminium case, middle
Unidirectional rotating bezel
WR: 100m - 10 ATM (328ft)
Matte, luminescent hands and indexes, logo at 12 o’clock
Quartz chronograph with 30-minute and 24-hour subdials, add and split time function, continuous seconds and date window
Perforated silicone, ardillon buckle
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