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February 14, 2011
For the looks this watch rocks. I got it in black/light wood, and i'm constantly getting compliments about it. My only issue on this is durability. I've had the watch for less than a month and already the watch band has loose links, then today as i was reaching into my pocket the band snagged the outside of my pocket and broke the band off the face. I mean come on. A watch should be able to take the amount of forced used to put my hand into my jean pocket. So if you're crazy careful (kuz i'm pretty careful) with this watch it's a keeper. But if you're like me and you actually want to wear your watch, i'd say pick something a little more durable.
Yes swimming, NO diving.
By: Josh Chapman
March 14, 2013
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Does anyone know what the minimum wrist size for this watch is? I.e. what is the circumference of the band when it is un-stretched?
January 8, 2012
Can you take links out of the band if its to loose on your wrist?
December 9, 2010
Of course you can have links taken out. I had *SEVEN* links removed, and also adjusted the pins to the smallest. I have a very tiny wrist.
February 11, 2012
No ya cant. the only way to adjust size on this watch is 4 pin settings on the clasp.
By: Austin Somer
February 21, 2011
May 14, 2012
I've had it about a year and a few band things have broken off it, but still nothing major.
It was a little big at first too- not sure if there was a way to pop one of the rings off so I just did a home made fix with some staples.
If I buy another watch Ill stick with Nixon but probably shell out more money for a non-strechy one
is the band stationary or flexible? does the links move individually or are they connected?
June 23, 2010
The band is very stretchy and flexible, but if you don't have it adjusted pretty tight on your wrist, it will catch your arm hairs and hurt - constantly.
February 11, 2012
Surprise! it's in, get it while it's hot.
November 19, 2009
May 3, 2012
I purchased the gunmetal on gunmetal watch, and it looks great! I have received many compliments on it. My only complaint is the band, which is some sort of stretchy link band, catches my wrist and arm hair and pulls them. Otherwise, this is a great looking watch, and well worth the price!
August 5, 2012
I'm actually wearing this watch as I write this review. The only complaint i'd have with it is that it comes extremely loose, and doesn't adjust very much. So if you have small wrists like me you'll have to take it to a jeweler to get links removed. Having to do all of that was a drag but it was worth it, this watch reminds me why i love Nixon! Lightweight, water resistant, and the clean, simple, yet classy look. This watch has it all!