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Strut around the city in an Italian suit, checking the time on your posh Nixon Esquire CS Watch. The large, easy-to-read dial gives you up-to-the-minute data in an analog fashion. Six-hand Japanese quartz movement displays info that fat cats like you need in order to stay on top—specifically the month, date, day of the week, and time. To keep this large watch in place as you travel around downtown, Nixon used its finest leather band, hand-stitched like the pair of quality driving gloves worn by the chauffeur you wish you had. We know you know, but F.Y.I.: high-end watches like this need to stay out of the water. *Available for U.S. shipment only.

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Broken Wrist Band!
I love my Nixon Esquire...

Broken Wrist Band!
I love my Nixon Esquire CS (Feeling Good Louis) but the wrist band is broken and Nixon tells me they can not replace it. Where can I get a new band? Surely I should not have to throw it away, right?

Broken Wrist Band!  <br/> I love my Nixon Esquire...
5 5

Love the style of this watch.

This watch definitely makes an impression. I have gotten many compliments on the style of this watch. Very unique watch and the leather is surprisingly soft. Top notch for the money.

4 5

Top Style but poor watch movement

I've had lots of compliments on my Esquire CS and, you gotta admit, it's a fine looking watch. However, there appears to be a small problem with the month mechanism as it doesn't auto advance like the date hand. A friend who also has the same watch found the same problem on his watch. Consulting Nixon Customer Service, this is apparently correct and the month must be updated manually. So, "A+" for style, but a "C" for the watch movement.