Nix Sensor

Why use color wheels, color pickers, and swatch books, when you can go digital?

Photo shows a Nix Sensor being used to measure a color swatches.

Designers and print shops can get readouts in sRGB, CMYK, HEX, Hue, and more. Commercial painters can match Sherwin Williams, Behr, Benjamin Moore, and all other popular paint brands.

Who loves Nix? People like graphic designers, interior designers, commercial painters, print shops, fabric shops, website designers, artists, architects, hobbyists, and more.

 

Photo shows Nix sensor to measure the color in a printed swatch book.

How Will You Use the Nix?

As a website designer, you can make the colors on websites match those of physical products.

As a graphic designer, you can match the color on any surface the client hands you. If they want a logo the same red as their favorite pillow, you can give it to them.

As a print shop, you can ensure accurate color reproduction. You can put away those bulky swatch books.

As a paint shop or painter, there’s a massive database of paints so that you can match hues by Sherwin Williams, Behr, Benjamin Moore, Dulux, CIL, Sico, and more.

As a homeowner, you can get accurate readings of your walls. That means you’ll never have to tear a chunk out of a wall and try to match it at the paint store. You can stop guessing and start planning.

Photo shows Nix Sensor measuring the current paint color on a wall.

Three Key Features of the Nix Sensor

Bluetooth connectivity means no wires to get in your way. Use the free apps to connect to the Nix, then use it to measure and match color from walls, ceramics, cloth, even liquids.

It has a rechargeable lithium battery for ultimate portability. Take it and charge it anywhere. Get up to 3,000 scans on a full charge.

You can throw away your color wheels, color pickers, charts, and swatch books. You can explore color harmonies like monochromatic, complementary, analogous, and triadic in their free apps.

 

Photo shows Nix Sensor being used to measure the color of liquids.

Nix Comes in Three Models (All have free apps for Apple and Android)

1) The inexpensive Nix Mini for graphic designers, homeowners, interior designers, and painters.

2) The Nix Pro for color consultants, print technicians, paint store owners, and architects.

3) The Nix QC (Quality Control) for manufacturing, product sourcing, and scientific applications.

It’s not just a fantastic tool. It’s essential if your job with involves color in any way. Get Nix today. You’ll be glad you did!

Got color to fix? Grab your Nix!