Nautica Watches, a subsidiary of the mighty Timex Group, has taken its first foray into Ana-Digi technology. The BFD 101 Ana-Digi is the first in a new wave of Nautica timepieces to incorporate dual technology. Its bold dive-style design combines analogue and digital movements in a robust, adventure-ready sport watch.
The BFD 101 Ana-Digi features three-hand analogue time and digital movements with multiple functions: time, date, chronograph with 42-lap memory, three linked countdown timers, and two alarms linked to time zone. Once set, the Auto Calendar date advances automatically.
Set in a 44mm stainless steel case, the BFD 101 Ana-Digi features a three-hand movement set on either a black or white digital display. For nighttime use, the BFD 101 Ana-Digi offers a luminescent Indiglo® nightlight. The timepiece is water resistant up to 100M. The BFD Ana-Digi is available in a black, blue, orange, yellow or white sport resin strap or stainless steel metal bracelet.
The Nautica brand's well-known attention to detail can be seen in the timepiece's signature J-class sail etched on the protected crown, a fully turning bezel and four symmetrically located pushers for the digital functions. The J-class sail logo is also etched into the resin straps. No prices given as yet, but we are not talking high-end watch forum
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Introduced in 1994, Nautica Watches for men and women combine distinctive styling, bold colours and design. The primary inspiration for the brand is sailing. The Nautica brand reflects American style with the latest in technical innovation.
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