Check out Nixon Watches’ eye-catching Rolling Stones collaboration

Nixon has announced the second installment of its collaboration with the Rolling Stones, unveiling new watches and accessories adorned with the band’s iconic artwork.

Discover them here.

Six wristwatches highlight the newly unveiled products, each offering a distinctly unique design. The stainless steel Sentry offers a sleek design, with silver and black artwork inspired by the Stones’ 1981 LP. tattoo yourself.

The Sentry Leather and Thalia each opt for “Paint It Black”. Both watches feature black stainless steel dials with the famous Stones tongue logo at 12 o’clock. These patterns are coupled with black leather bands with red stitching.

Three different versions of the Time Teller are also available. The original features six different versions of the Rolling Stones tongue logo, complete with a blood-red second hand on its all-black design. Meanwhile, the Time Teller Acetate takes things in a different direction, placing a gold version of the tab logo on the watch face, complete with a plant-based composite strap and case. The Time Teller OPP adds another unique option, with a black case and watch face, featuring the red tab logo, combined with animal print designs on the strap.

In addition to the watches, Nixon unveiled the Rolling Stones replacement straps, Sentry wall clock, Strapback hat and beanie.

All of these limited-edition items are available for purchase here, with prices ranging from $40 to $325.

Nixon and the Rolling Stones originally announced their collaboration earlier this year. The collection, produced in partnership with Bravado, unites one of rock’s most iconic bands with one of the biggest brands in watches and accessories. The first installment of the collection was announced in August, coinciding with the band’s 60th anniversary.

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