Don't think of it as retro.
The NTH Subs are our tribute to some revered icons, tracing their heritage back to timepieces issued to military divers in the post-war period. Those quintessential tool watches have only gotten better-looking with age. We wanted to combine their classic, rugged style with modern capabilities.
Each Sub model shares the same purpose-oriented, big-crown, no crown-guard case, with a slightly raised, double-domed, anti-reflective sapphire crystal, and no-nonsense case back with minimal decoration.
Think of it as neo-classic.
We increased water resistance and gave it a sloped steel bezel with lumed markers. Yet we made the case thinner, more streamlined, with chamfered sides and downward-curved lugs for a wrist-hugging shape, and added our signature lumed crown.
Each NTH Sub has its own personality, designed either to emulate the weathered good looks of a well-traveled vintage piece, or as a modern interpretation of what those vintage pieces might look like if they were still being produced today.
Case Material: 316L Stainless Steel
Caseback: Solid, 316L Stainless
Display Crystal: Double-Domed Anti-Reflective Sapphire
Water Resistance: 30 ATM / 300 meters
Bezel: 120-click uni-directional
Bezel Insert: Steel with Lumed Markers
Case Diameter: 40mm (without crown)
Case Length: 48mm
Case Thickness: 11.5mm
Lug Width: 20mm
Weight w/ bracelet: 4.9 oz / 140g
Movement: Miyota cal. 9015 Automatic
Accuracy: -10~+30 seconds/day
Beat Rate: 28,800 BPH
Power Reserve: More than 42 hours
What is the NTH 6 & 6 Guarantee?
We give you up to 6 weeks to return NTH watches for a full refund, net of shipping costs, and guarantees the movement for 6 years from the watch's date of production. Simple, right?
Are there restrictions?
Watches returned for refund must still be in as-delivered condition, meaning unworn, with all the protective wrappers intact and in place, in the original packaging, with all included items shipped with the watch. Refunds will be net of shipping costs, and return shipping will be at the customer's expense.
Watches with Swiss movements must be serviced at least once in the first 5 years of ownership in order to be covered by the 6 year movement guarantee. Proof of servicing is required.
Otherwise, there are no restrictions.