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US-based watch firm Nixon teams up with Metallica for new release

The most expensive model in the collection, the 'Sanitarium'.

Nixon, a Californian watchmaker, has teamed up with Metallica for its next batch of timepieces.

Set to launch on November 5, the watches are available from the heavy metal band’s website and are all named after Metallica songs or albums.

From ‘Kill Em All’ to ‘Hardwired’ there are nine variation of the Metallica collection in total, ranging from $125 to $750 in price.


The Hardwired model
The Kill ‘Em All model.

Nixon was founded in Encinitas, California in 1997 and specializes in watches, accessories and audio.

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