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Nike's Torque watch is part of the Mettle series of watches, though the Torque features slightly different styling and construct

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Pros

Polyurethane strap is comfortable, sits well on the wrist.

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Great for in the gym--seconds are very readable.

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Watch face is very readable even from a distance.

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Slick visual aesthetic that works well in casual and formal settings.

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Cons

Backlight is too dim, making it less useful in slightly dark conditions.

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Timer and chronograph are very tricky to figure out.

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Paint chips off easily as on cheaper watches.

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Batteries only last months as compared to years in most watches.

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 Nike's Torque watch is part of the Mettle series of watches, though the Torque features slightly different styling and construction, as well as three different model versions. All models have a chronograph, countdown timer with effort indicator, date and 2 time zone settings, as well as 50 meter water resistance and scratch resistant crystal faceplates. The main differences between the three are in the strap construction, varying between polyurethane, leather, and titanium/polyurethane mix. All models also include one-touch backlighting and cross-cut stainless steel buttons. See below for specific model details.

Common Features
  • 50 meter water resistance
  • Scratch resistant mineral crystal display
  • Dual countdown timers with effort indicator
  • 2 time zones
  • Chronograph
  • Cross-cut stainless steel buttons
  • One-touch backlighting
Model Variations
Torque L1
  • Perforated leather strap
  • Aluminum case
  • MSRP $79
Torque S1
  • Perforated pre-curved poyurethane strap
  • Aluminum case
  • MSRP $79
Torque T1
  • Titanium and polyurethane linked strap
  • Titanium body case
  • MSRP $149
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