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When it comes to Rolling Stones merch, you can always get what you want. Like Grateful Dead products or Beatles merch, there is an abundance of tongue and lips merch out there — some fantastic, some not so great. Luckily, Stones fans can get more of the former in Nixon’s Rolling Stones watch collection.
After debuting the collaboration back in August, Nixon and the Rolling Stones have just released the second part of their collection. Like the first part, Nixon x Rolling Stones’ latest installment sees best-selling Nixon timepieces remastered with the Stones’ iconic artwork, including six watches and even a Rolling Stones wall clock (really).
The new drop comprises three Nixon styles — the Sentry, the Time Teller, and the Thalia — with picks for just about every timepiece preference. For something low-key, check out the Rolling Stones Thalia, which sports a tongue and lips logo at the 12 o’clock position, the band name scribbled on the face, and red stitching on the leather strap. For something a little louder, check out the Rolling Stones Time Teller OTP or Time Teller Acetate, which feature bold rock and roll patterns and large tongue and lips logos on their faces.
Fortunately, the watches from the first Nixon x Rolling Stones release are still available on Nixon.com as well. Among these is the real star of the collection, the automatic Rolling Stones Primacy, which boasts a unique woven tongue and lips dial, a premium dive-ready case, and a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal face. Nixon is only releasing 250 of the $1,600 Primacy watch, making it a great buy for any serious collector of Rolling Stones memorabilia.
Nixon’s Rolling Stones collection is part of the band’s 60th-anniversary celebration, which sees a spate of other commemoratory merch including branded Igloo coolers, a series of wall art prints from Sonic Editions, and Fisher-Price band member figurines. The group is also marking its birthday with a four-part docuseries, My Life as a Rolling Stone — here are the details on how to watch the series.
Head to Nixon.com now to shop the full Rolling Stones collection, but act fast, as these limited-edition pieces are sure to go fast.