The NSR 100 watches are 44mm wide in steel with plastic bezels. The crystals are mineral glass and they cases are water resistant to 100 meters. The NSR 100 is typified by a larger crown and bright colors (aside from the black version) with matching dials, bezels, and straps. The straps are actually silicone. I don’t have a problem with silicone straps for the most part (aside from the fact that they get really dirty with ease), and you’ll notice that people use them instead of polyurethane when wanting to offer a less expensive alternative to rubber.
The NSR 100 watches look like something Tag Heuer would release for kids. But these watches aren’t kid-sized. With feeling that says “your first Tag Heuer Formula 1,” the watches are actually pretty handsome with just enough details to be both interesting and classy.