Mikey Parkwrote a review of Nixon Unit Watch - Men's on July 4, 2015
Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Fit: True to size
I actually got this watch in the Dark Red/Black Ano, however, upon receiving it was more pink thank anything. I had tons of people asking me why I purchased a pink watch, so I wouldn't say it's really "red" as pictured.
As for functionality, it does an incredible job, however the temperature guage is off by about 8 degrees on average. This is most likely caused by the heat radiating off your skin, which is fine, I just subtract the difference whenever I'm curious about the temp.
Additionally, after 2 months of use the band just somehow broke on me while I was standing there, luckily I found the tiny screw that connects the band to the face, so I was able to fix it on my own.
Lastly, the only reason I give this review a two star is because of the nixon warranty. I've been a nixon customer for over 10 years, so I've got nothing bad to say about them. However, my watch stopped working after 10 months of use. Thinking it was just a battery issue, I went ahead and unscrewed the back casing and replaced the battery. It worked fine, only up to a week and the watch died. Thinking this could be a warranty issue and being covered under the "2 year" warranty time frame I called nixon customer service to find out about the repair. First off, the customer service rep was super rude, which I found very unfortunate because I am a big fan of this brand and what the company stands behind. But who knows, maybe the guy was just having a bad day. He wasn't helpful and kept telling me to go online and all the info is on there. I called because some of the instructions were vague, he seemed pretty fed up and we ended up ending the call. Anyway I called a again and once again another not so kind customer service rep. This time he told me that once the back casing is opened the warranty doesn't get covered....... Are you serious? So if the battery naturally died and I replaced it by myself at home, then the warranty is good no more. An absolutely ridiculous warranty policy. So just be warned that once you open the case, the warranty won't be covered. But you should rather send your item in to their repair service (which you do have to pay for shipping). Hope this clears some things up about Nixon and their warranty program. Other than that the watch was great, just dooped out of on me after 10 months....