Nixon x Spitfire | Time Teller 37 mm (Black Fireball)

Nixon x Spitfire | Time Teller 37 mm (Black Fireball)

Clean lines cut through cloudy philosophy, while its simple, high concept design keeps things precise.
Original Nixon Design
Our all-time best-seller with an unpretentious, versatile appearance that works anywhere anytime

Classic
3-hand movement, applied indices and custom-molded hands

Comfort
Custom 5-link stainless steel jewelry style bracelet with sliding buckle for secure fit

Leather/Canvas Options
Also available in a variety of colorful leather or canvas bands
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Nixon x Spitfire | Time Teller 37 mm (Black Swirl)

Nixon x Spitfire | Time Teller 37 mm (Black Swirl)

Clean lines cut through cloudy philosophy, while its simple, high concept design keeps things precise.
Original Nixon Design
Our all-time best-seller with an unpretentious, versatile appearance that works anywhere anytime

Classic
3-hand movement, applied indices and custom-molded hands

Comfort
Custom 5-link stainless steel jewelry style bracelet with sliding buckle for secure fit

Leather/Canvas Options
Also available in a variety of colorful leather or canvas bands
...

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Spitfire

Spitfire is a wheel company that was founded in 1987. The company released a video, entitled Spitfire, in 1993. The company also produces skateboard bearings, skateboard tools, griptape, and soft goods (e.g. T-shirts, gloves, caps), stickers, and accessories (e.g. bags, wallets, air freshener). As of fall/autumn 2012, notable team-riders from the company's roster include Bryan Herman, Andy Roy, Peter Hewitt, Theotis Beasley, Peter Ramondetta, Erik Ellington, Dennis Busenitz, Andrew Reynolds, Sean Malto, Brian "Slash" Hansen, Trevor Colden, Grant Taylor, Dylan Rieder, Chris Pfanner, Vincent Alvarez, Louie Lopez, Eric Koston, Chris Cole, Omar Salazar, Mike Mo Capaldi, John Cardiel, Mike Anderson, Shane O'neill, and Guy Mariano. Individual video parts have been released by Spitfire team riders in the 21st century, either as an introduction to the team, or to accompany the release of a new product. Notable video parts include Reynolds' introduction part Capaldi's introduction part (in the form of a mock "Sponsor-me" video), and Daewon Song's promotional part for the "Enter the Daewon" signature wheel model....

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