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What's the difference between this and the...

What's the difference between this and the PU Chrono watch??

Does this watch have a second hand?

Does this watch have a second hand?

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Mark,
click on the image of the silver/white watch and you will see that it does not have a second hand.

is there any way to clean the white rubber...

is there any way to clean the white rubber strap? if not- where can i purchace new straps only?

Responded on

i have the yellow and have had some success with windex and other household cleaning supplies. just be sure not to use anything too abrasive bc it will damage the rubber

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my ? is about the lodown ti....... how...

my ? is about the lodown ti....... how does the tide setting work

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how does the tide part work? do you set...

how does the tide part work? do you set it at a certain tide and then it keeps track, or what? I've looked at alot of tide watches and some only work for the atlantic ocean. i need one that will work for the pacific.

What is the difference between the 51-30's...

What is the difference between the 51-30's and the 42-20's?

How small can this band go? I tried the...

How small can this band go? I tried the 51-30, which was too big.

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Nixon has no info on band length, so my guess would be about maybe 6 1/2 to 7. The band is poly so if you wanted to you could customize it to your wrist if it doesn't go small enough, poking a hole in a plastic band isn't that horrible, but shelling out 270 coin for a watch that doesn't fit is. If you dig this watch, you might be able to get a different band(velcro)from Nixon Repair On-Line.