\r\n\r\nAny watch will tell the time with a good degree of accuracy. \u00a0Then again, time is completely subjective and some just don't care to abide by it. \u00a0Course, more often than not those people are abundantly late to meetings, dinners and anything that requires they be there at a specific time. For a different watch, compare the Nixon with our Stauer 1930 Dashtronic watch.\r\n\r\nPut down the smartphone and class up your wrist with the Nixon Trader Watch. \u00a0They haven't said when it will go on sale, or for how much, but the almost all black facade is more than enough to get our heart ticking with excitement. \u00a0Nixon says that it's essentially bomb proof thanks to the mix of titanium carbide, stainless steel and sapphire crystal - elements often seen in high end, luxury branded watches. \u00a0However, it's not waterproof, which is a bit odd - after all it can survive a bomb but not a bit of water? \u00a0Nonetheless, the Trader Watch comes with an additional fabric band with a stainless steel buckle. If you'd rather go green, take a look at our review of the\u00a0 Casio G-Shock 'Go Green' watches use Solar and are built of recycled materials.