Best Nickel-Free Watches for Men With a Metal Allergy

Having a nickel or metal allergy in general means you can’t really wear men’s watches that are mostly stainless steel or metal, to begin with. To help our readers who are struggling with this type of allergy, we have come up with our top list of best, nickel-free watches for men with metal allergy.

These watches have been picked for their classiness, design, sturdiness, and features. We’ve also focused on featuring the most durable watches that can be used not only in the office, but also outdoors – while watercrafting, snorkeling, etc.

Please do your own research before buying as having an allergy is serious and we can make mistakes when doing our research or if a company changes there watch style at a later date.

Citizen Eco-Drive Titanium Perpetual Chrono

This silver tone diving watch is made from titanium, and is a tough timepiece that’s perfect for general use. It has a black tachymeter topring, and a guilloche dial, with an additional three subdials.

The dial window is made from shiny sapphire that prevents reflection for easier viewing, and the timepiece is completely encased by a tough titanium case.

You can select the correct time zone while you travel. The watch can receive radio signals for the right time and date, which can then be used to automatically select the time and date.

The watch has a push-button clasp lock, and can withstand submersion to up to 666 feet. The Perpetual Chrono is alright for water sports, water crafting, swimming, and showering, but not for deep diving.

Seiko Men’s SGG729 Titanium Bracelet Watch 

The SGG729 is slim, lightweight, with a slightly smaller titanium case at 37 mm. Nonetheless, this watch is an instant classic with its sapphire cover, dark timepiece, and titanium arms. It also has a calendar window (date and day).

Pick the SGG729 if you want a lighter watch that has all the classiness of a dress watch, with the best price, too. Safe for submersion to up to 330 feet, this makes it safe for swimming and showering.

Casio Men’s Sport Analog Watch

If you want a timepiece with clear digits, a large readout, and a resin build, pick this watch. Waterproof to up to 330 feet, this watch is perfect for watersports, watercrafting, swimming, and a snorkeling.

The watch case and strap are both made of tough resin, and there’s a calendar window with date and day.

The case has perfect substance and bulk (since this is a sports watch), so you shouldn’t have to worry about knocking or cracking the display when you’re busy loving life.

Victorinox Swiss Army Men’s I.N.O.X. Pro Diver Watch 

Victorinox has long been known for excellent Swiss knives and other survival gear, so it should come as no surprise that they also have akickass I.N.O.X. Pro Diver Watch in the market – made of titanium, no less!

The I.N.O.X. has a 45 mm grey case and dial, matched to a heavy duty rubber strap. This timepiece meets the requirements of the most stringent nihs 92-11 Swiss watchmaking standards.

Bundled with genuine Swiss-quartz movement, the I.N.O.X. can withstand up to 660 feet of submersion and is perfect for demanding, daily use.

Bertucci 12022 A-2T Original Classics Field Watch

If you are looking for a durable field watch for daily use that’s light on the pocket and on the wrist, check out the Bertucci 12022 A-2T.

This field watch features an all-metal inner construction, matched with Bertucci’s signature two-ply nylon band for added comfort.

Your metal allergy should be no problem as the bracelet is made of nylon. This field watch can also survive 330 feet of submersion, and can be used for showering and swimming without risking damage to its mechanism.

Invicta Men’s 0420 Pro Diver Automatic Watch

Invicta has always been competitive with its larger and pricier men’s watches, and the Pro Diver is no different – it features a shiny titanium construction, a massive display, a 24-jewel Japanese quartz movement, and a mineral crystal cover for durability and better visibility of time.

The date window has also been magnified for easier viewing, and the black dial is luminescent to make it easier for you to tell time even in pitch black conditions.

Since this is a diving watch, it can resist water pressure for up to 660 feet, so feel free to use it when you’re angling for fish or surfing.

Casio Men’s Pro Trek PRW2500T Tough Solar Digital Sport Watch

With beautiful stencils and a clear-as-day digital display, the PRW2500T comes as close to perfection as you can get with rugged digital watches.

The all-titanium construction makes it extremely durable but lightweight, and it keeps time through a multi-band atomic timekeeping mechanism, too.

The Pro Trek runs on solar power, and display tide and moon data automatically. There’s also a digital compass, thermometer, altimeter, and barometer – perfect for adventures in all elevations.

On full charge, the battery can last anywhere from five to twenty three months. The watch comes equipped with a solar panel that charges the special battery on the go.

Mido Ocean Star Captain V Titanium Watch

Simple and refined, this is how the Mido Ocean Star projects itself. The basic titanium finish is perfect for a basic analog watch, and the clear display is excellent for people who want time in a snap.

Mido is a Swiss watchmaker, and focuses on upholding the stringent standards of Swiss watchmaking in every model.

Skagen Connected Hybrid Smartwatch

The most interesting aspect of the Skagen Connected is that it looks every bit a classic, analog watch, but then it delivers notifications from your smartphone.

The watch also tracks your fitness data, while maintaining its job as a timepiece. The Skagen Connected can withstand up to 100 feet, and works with both Android and iOS devices.

Patented low-power technology conserves battery power while staying connected to your devices to fulfill its smart watch functions. A single change of battery can last up to six months – no need to change batteries until the devices notifies you that a battery change is needed.