Shop the Best Nixon Automatic Watches Here

Shop the Best Nixon Automatic Watches Here

Believe it or not, watch wearers used to have to wind up their wristwatch manually or it would simply stop ticking. Sounds like a nuisance, right? It was. Enough for watchmakers to set about designing the first automatic watches which, using a clever latched system, wind themselves using the movement of the wearer. This aided reliability and precision — two keywords for Nixon automatic watches.

Nixon automatic watches run the gamut of contemporary timepieces. Ranging from affordable pieces like the Spectra and 5th Element to full-blown luxury styles in the Supremacy and Diplomacy. As mentioned above, though, what connects these pieces is an invariable focus on reliability, precision, and style.

To give you an overview of what Nixon automatic watches can offer, we’ve rounded up 6 of our favorite styles below.

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Nixon’s latest automatic design is already its best-selling. The Nixon Spectra features a skeleton back to show you the neat inner workings of the design which you can also spy from the dial.


The Nixon Supremacy Watch is undoubtedly one of the brand’s more refined offerings. Boasting a Swiss-made automatic movement, it pays homage to the history of iconic watches that rely on high-end Swiss design. Pick between leather straps or a stainless steel bracelet to determine whether yours looks traditional or up-to-date


Built around a Swiss movement, Diplomatic features a bigger dial than the rest of Nixon’s automatic watches. Standing at 46mm in diameter, we’re loving the yellow dial against the black casing.

5th Element

A smoothly domed crystal case sets the elegant tone for 5th Element. This automatic timepiece features a striking transparent caseback as well as LUME markers to ensure that the understated design never goes unnoticed.

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