Nixon Lodown Watch

Priced: $90.00 - $125.00 Rated:   - 3 stars out of 5 by 16 reviews.
Nixon Lodown Watch
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Color: Khaki / Blue / Burnt Orange
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You will know if it's time for dawn patrol or extra sleep with the Men's Lodown Watch from Nixon. With the help of this full-bore tide watch, you won't miss another sick set. Nixon stored tide information from 200 international beaches for the next 15 years inside this watch to keep you charging no matter where in the world you wake up. Keep all this information safe and strapped to your wrist in a tough polycarbonate case. Crash the break first with the Lodown's dual time zones, countdown timer, and a night-light. *Available for US shipment only.

Features:

  • 2 Year Manufacturer Warranty
  • Custom Digital With Pre-Programmed Tide Charts For 200 Beaches For The Next 15 Years, Dual Time, Alarm, Countdown Timer, Wave Counter, Chrono And Light
  • Water Resistant Up To 100 Meters
  • Custom Injected Polyurethane With Patented Locking Looper
  • Custom 100 meter fiber reinforced polycarbonate with raised bezel, direct tide pusher and treated acrylic crystal
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Be the first, go big, and have everyone sayin, "nice watch!" The Nixon The Lodown Watch is absolutely fashion forward while sacrificing nothing in terms of functionality with it's injected polyurethane band and reinforced polycarbonate case that boasts waterproofness up to 100 m. Did we mention that it is pre-programmed for over 200 beach tides? Well, we did now.

Beckersurf.com
Mens nixon the lodown watch... Custom digital with pre-programmed tide charts for 200 beaches for the next 15 years, dual time, alarm, countdown timer, chrono and light... Custom 100 meter fiber reinforced polycarbonate with hardened mineral crystal... Custom injected polyurethane with patented locking looper.
KonaSports.com
The Nixon Lodown is a great functional watch, water resistant up to 10 ATM featuring pre-programmed tide charts for 200 beaches. Make sure your style is at a 10 and have time to prepare when a big wave is coming!

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Al's Sports
As fashionable and functional as your salt-encrusted neon neoprene, The Lodown has all the radical 80s dude appeal as your first slip-ons with legit time-telling and tide-telling capabilities. With a custom digital interface that graphically displays crucial ocean info - for over 200 beaches until 2020 - in addition to dual time, alarm, wave counter, chrono and light. All while candy colored injected polyurethane case and band harkens back to your first days on the water.
Half-Moon Outfitters
Movement: Custom digital module with pre-programmed tide information for over 200 beaches until 2020, future tide, dual time, alarm, countdown timer, wave counter, chronograph and light functions.
USOutdoor.com
This little baby has enough features packed into her to make you never want take her off. Water resistant up to 100 meters so no worries in the shower. You get super-rad features like tide info for over 200 beaches until 2020, future tide, dual time, countdown timer, and even a alarm!
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Band:32-25 mm custom injection molded polyurethane tapered band with a patented locking looper and a stainless steel buckle.
Dial:Positive or negative LCD display with a printed tide graph.
Materials:Custom 100 meter fiber reinforced polycarbonate with raised bezel
Specs:Future tide / Dual time / Alarm / countdown timer / Wave Counter
Waterproof:Yes, to 100m
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Nixon Lodown Watch Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Just got my lodown today, and for my first watch it is a little complicated with all of the options and everything, but I'll eventually figure it out. I got the teal/black watch, and it is a little darker than the picture, definitely not as bright. Other than that, the watch is pretty sick, and looks good! The teal may not go with everything, but it does match with most of the clothing in my closet. I also have a pretty small wrist, and the Lodown really doesn't look huge, which was another thing that I was worried about when buying my first watch. I would definitely recommend this watch to a friend. By the way, I would not recommend taking this watch into the ocean, swimming, etc., its not waterproof (says it in the direction booklet).

Brian at Backcountry.com on 04/25/2012

I wore this watch surfing everyday for a month straight and have had no issues with it. The tide function is very useful for surfing and you will have all the locals in the lineup asking you for the time. The chrono/wave function is also super useful as you can track how long you have been waiting for a wave and how many you have caught in a session.

John Ware at Backcountry.com on 06/17/2013

I never really used the tide function, but loved that this is a lightweight simple watch with basic necessities. The watch didn't last very long electronically, went through 2 in two years, but Nixon's customer service in unreal. I received anew watch any time I sent it in with a non working watch.

Andrew Swindle at Backcountry.com on 11/10/2012

I have had and worn this watch for 4 years now. Changed the battery twice and showered with it on every day. Not a single problem yet, except for the wicked suntan line.

jos3042595 at Backcountry.com on 07/12/2012

Great watch, thank you aging all of you that put in the effort and hard work. Keep moving forward in everything you do.

noah at Backcountry.com on 10/10/2013

It is a very good watch.

Carli Norman at Backcountry.com on 08/24/2012

Negative Reviews:

I own that bright ass yellow one. It's not so bright anymore. The band and the face housing have worn differently too so it just kinda looks like sh!t now.
I dont really like the way Nixon charges you before they even know if they need to fix anything, so I basically just wear a watch until I have to throw it away, which is coming up soon for this little guy.
Havent taken it into the Ocean much, so it's held up pretty well in dry air. I mostly just check the tides because the La Jolla tide pools are awesome, but you have to go at low tide. I just check it on my shelf, and that's about the extent of my watch's life now since it's so ugly.
I cant say how the new features are holding up, or if they're worth that $124 price tag, but I think the womens version is BUNK! All the shit thats on the screen, how could you even see it if it's smaller?
It's pretty cool for checking tides... or you could use google!
2 of 5 stars for the old one with the messed up sealant and the discolored funky band.

ohkkkait at Backcountry.com on 03/23/2013

i was so excited to get this watch love the look and colors....had it for less than a month the light was already dimming to a point cant see at all at night....also 2nd tide reset to whatever first tide was after a week...paid $20 to ship it in..after over a month of having my watch they sent me a new one....i have now had it for only 2 weeks and the only water it touched was the shower and its already bugging out the light button does what the quick tide button does!!! and the 2nd tide on this one is reseting after a week or so too again...go with another brand ive never been so dissapointed...oh and customer service still hasnt got back with me about this one...its been about 3-4biz days and they say they will get back by the next biz day.....BUY ANOTHER BRAND NEVER BEEN SO DISSAPOINTED ....and i am def not a complainer...hope this saves you from the troubles i am going through
im reposting this places cause i have never ever bummed about a purchase everr!!!!!

stees at Backcountry.com on 03/13/2012

i was so excited to get this watch love the look and colors....had it for less than a month the light was already dimming to a point cant see at all at night....also 2nd tide reset to whatever first tide was after a week...paid $20 to ship it in..after over a month of having my watch they sent me a new one....i have now had it for only 2 weeks and its already bugging out the light button does what the quick tide button does!!! and the 2nd tide on this one is reseting after a week or so too again...go with another brand ive never been dissapointed...oh and customer service still hasnt got back with me about this one...its been about 3-4biz days and they say they will get back by the next biz day.....BUY ANOTHER BRAND NEVER BEEN SO DISSAPOINTED ....and i am def not a complainer...hope this saves you from the troubles i am going through

stees at Backcountry.com on 03/13/2012

This product is a terrible purchase if you actually intend to surf in it. After 7 months of owning my first Nixon Lodown, it broke off while surfing in rather small waves. I thought it was just a defect so I foolishly purchased another one. After 8 months with my new Nixon Lodown watch, it broke in half while sleeping, and I'm not an aggressive sleeper at all. So, don't buy this watch for yourself if you think you will look cool while surfing because it will break off and you will have no watch at all, and don't do a disservice to your friends by gifting this cheaply made, over-priced watch to them.

Amanda at Backcountry.com on 05/26/2013

I really like the watch and the tide features, but, I wore it once in Vegas, it was 115. I hung out at the pool and the watch band turned a black color from light blue. It looks like it was burnt. Nixon said I could buy a new replacement band. 70 dollars for a watch you can get for 100. For a watch designed to go surfing I feel has a pretty shitty band material quality.

tomp613440 at Backcountry.com on 07/18/2013