I was looking for my first fixed gear bike and the one I found on bikester (FIXIE Inc. Floater, black (2019)) looked decent and had an attractive price. The bike was delivered fast with a decent manual and even with the required tools (both is not so common). Putting things together was also reasonably easy to do - in the end this a simple bike. Just beware not to screw your handlebar "aheadset" top screw too much which is a common instinct when you never had a racing bike with this type of handlebar.
I am riding the bike for two weeks and I am very pleased with it. It turned out that the bike is of a good quality and the choice of the parts is also original and quite decent. I especially like that the bike comes delivered with ThickSlick tires, which is quite original choice for an off-the-shelf bike. Not sure if I would go for these tires myself if I could choose (because of my limited experience), and so I am glad there were delivered as standard. I definitely recommend FIXIE INC for everyone wanting to start out with fixed gear/one speed bikes.
The bike rides very well and smooth. It is light enough to immediately feel the different if you switch from some heavier bike with gears (I used 7 gears before): you will immediately become faster (for me around 5km/h in average) - climbing heals is also easier and faster than with the geared bike and riding pleasure is incomparable.
The only minus point on the delivery was that the bike had quite a couple of loose spokes on both wheels. Fixing it on a bike repair shop costed 10 euro.
Also if you are new to racing bikes, please note that you will need a good pomp because the tire pressure is higher than usually on these bikes (I pomp mine on around 6.20 bar and there are higher pressure tires out there). And because it is higher checking with your fingers will be very inaccurate. So if you do not have it, I would immediately recommend buying a decent pomp with a manometer. Also notice that the bike will most probably come with a Presta (aka French) valve for which you will need a special adapter before you can pomp. If you used a regular city -bike before like, it is likely that you are accustomed to Dunlop valves (also called Hollands ventiel) and so is your pomp. You can either get a pomp that is specific to Presta valves or use one that works with Dunlop and Schrader valves, so you need a converter from Presta to Dunlop or from Presta to Schrader. I use SKS Airkompressor 12.0 which has double valve head that works with either Dunlop and Schrader. I use Presta to Schrader adapter to pomp my bike (like this https://www.bikester.nl/973409.html). This way I can basically handle all types of valves out there with one pomp.
You will also need front and back fenders for this bike if you want to ride it when is is wet out there. I am using BBB BFD-04 RoadCatcher as back fender and BBB BFD-21F RoadProtector for the front. So far I did not catch rain, but I did ride with them a couple of times and they are quite decent. I was a bit concerned with the vibration of the front fender at the beginning but it is quite ok when riding the bike. When mounting BFD-21F, you will need to bend the metal element a bit so that your fender fits nicely and does not touch your front tire.
Finally if you are buying your bike during SALE or some other global promotion, be aware that the discount is not included in the price even if you clicked a link from an email. You have to remember to fill in the discount code yourself. The fact that on many bikes you see already applied discount on a bike may be very misleading and unfortunately the shopping staff will not correct you if you miss that.