Review: Nelson Martina Classic Silver Watch

Loving all things Swiss made when Swiss watch company Nelson Martina offered me the opportunity to review their watch range I couldn’t resist.

After ditching my Sekonda watch, two months ago which had conveniently run out of battery! I have been wearing the Nelson Martina Classic Silver 311 model ever since, which has been receiving a lot of good attention. So wanted to share my experience with the watch to date.


The watch arrived in an elegant box with the watch cushioned inside. Having never worn a stainless steel mesh strap before, it took a YouTube tutorial to work out how to adjust the clasp to fit my smaller wrist – however, I got there in the end.

Wearing the Watch

All in all, a really comfortable user experience. The only slight thing was that the mesh strap snagged at my skin at first but after a few hours, I got used to the feel. Due to the double closure, the strap stays completely secure, so no concerns of dropping off the wrist onto the

Due to the double closure, the strap stays completely secure, so no concerns of coming loose off the wrist. The watch is also very lightweight, to the point where you forget you’re wearing it half the time.


Aesthetically this is a beautiful watch, which looks way beyond its £199 price tag and in the silver and black, is completely versatile to any outfit or occasion. The watch face is a good size and well laid out, in order to glance at the face and tell the time and date with ease, even in less well-lit environments.


Value for Money

A sound investment for a luxury looking, Swiss-made, sapphire glass, water-resistant 50M watch.

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