Watch Design. This may be a "fashion" watch, but this Nautica has a sporty, manly, fashion to it. It has a black non-rotating bezel with diver-style markings. The bezel has orange in the "short air" fifteen minute danger zone. The 24.1 millimeter stainless steel bracelet fits perfectly without needing further adjustments. The 45 millimeter diameter case is 13.2 millimeters thick which puts this watch in a really nice zone for comfortable daily wear. The dial is black and everything else is silver stainless steel. While I like the black and orange motif, Nautica NST 700 watches are available on Amazon in a variety of color schemes.
Watch Features. The coolest thing about this watch is that it actually works as a stopwatch. The large second hand is stationary at 12 o'clock. But, when you push the top button, it starts making its way around the dial as a second hand. Push the top button again and it stops. The bottom button resets the stopwatch hand back to 12 o'clock when held down. It's very cool! If I suspect the waiter is going to be a little slow, the stop watch is just the thing to confirm my suspicions and tip accordingly!
Watch Construction. While the NST700 is not technically a dive watch, it has a screw-down crown. The watch is water resistant to 100 meters (330 feet). That's enough to allow swimming and snorkeling, but not diving. It also is enough for typing, driving along in my automobile, and watching football games. If this Nautical watch needs to prove its metal, it has a stainless steel case, bezel, and band. It even has a mineral crystal. Overall, it's tough enough!
This Nautica goes by the catchy model number N16656G. On Amazon it gets solid 5-star reviews and everyone likes the look. I like it very much and heartily recommend it!
Thanks for this decent review! I`m about to buy a timepiece for myself at this online store - http://zufal.com/en/76-invicta . As a rule, I wear a watch every day (G-Shock) but it's my work watch and I wanted something a little classier.ReplyDelete
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