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Armitron Sport Men's 201437GRN Chronograph Analog-Digital Instalite Black Watch


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  • Round sport watch featuring chronograph, eight-lap memory, and Instalite electro-luminescent screen
  • Quartz movement with digital display
  • Protective mineral crystal dial window
  • Also features buckle closure, delay feature, dual alarm, split timer, luminous hands, and countdown timer
  • Water-resistant to 165 feet (50 M): suitable for swimming and showering


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Product Specifications

Watch Information
Brand, Seller, or Collection Name Armitron Sport
Model number 201437GRN
Part Number 201437GRN
Model Year 2013
Item Shape Round
Dial window material type Mineral
Display Type Digital
Clasp Buckle
Case material Plastic
Case diameter 44 millimeters
Band Material Nylon
Band length Mens
Band width 2 inches
Band Color Black
Dial color Green
Bezel material Acrylic
Calendar Day, date, and month
Special features Chronograph, Water Resistant
Movement Quartz
Water resistant depth 165 Feet

Product Description

This sporty analog/digital watch is packed with features, including a chronograph, lap timer, alarm, and hourly chime. Day and date are displayed digitally, and luminous hands and markers make the dial readable even in low light conditions. Clearly marked function buttons, positioned on the bezel, make the watch easy to use. The sturdy plastic case and nylon strap are lightweight, durable, and water resistant..

About Armitron
Billed as the best priced quality watch in America, Armitron is a brand known for its dedication to value and for its wide range of styles. From classic dress watches for men and women, to energetic sport watches, to fun character watches for kids and grown-ups alike, Armitron has a style to suit every person's needs and tastes.

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  • ASIN: B000K3B6JG
  • Product Dimensions: 3.8 x 3.5 x 2.5 inches; 3.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Item model number: 201437GRN
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,163 in Watches (See Top 100 in Watches)
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    Customer Reviews

    Clutzy, uncomfortable band.
    Gene
    I'd gladly pay double for a heavy-duty version of this watch if I knew it would last me a good long time.
    webapalooza
    It is easy to set up and I love the dual time and the light feature!!!
    Larry H.

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Max E. Schlosser on October 7, 2009
    This watch is one of the most durable, most reliable watches I have ever seen! To be honest I was very surprised at how long this thing lasted. I'm a Marine, and I bought this watch almost two years ago, and since buying it the watch has been through Marine Combat Training, hot and cold climate conditions, Mojave Viper training exercises a full tour in Iraq and a deployment to Bangladesh.

    As a Combat Engineer and working hard, long hours of construction on all my deployments I can tell you hands down that this watch has taken a hell of a beating. It has out-performed so many other watches, that I am reluctant to get rid of it and get a new one. For the $25 you would pay for this watch you will get a product that will last you through hell and back. I will say though that some features were not up to par, thus why I rated it at 4 stars and not five.

    The following are the only minor indiscretions I have with the watch. For one, like another review stated, the analog knob for adjusting time fell out one day when I went to adjust the time. I was able to put it back in though, and it still held up its water resistance up until the present. I can attest to this, having just completed a swim qualification and the fact that I wear it in the shower everyday. That was all fine and dandy, but about a month after my deployment to Iraq, the analog function stopped working completely. Everything was still good, as the digital time on the watch still functions perfectly and that's all I need. The only other thing that failed on me, and this is the big one, is the rubber that holds that band in place. This broke a couple days ago, and it broke my heart.
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    8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By webapalooza on August 30, 2008
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    Nice watch, although a little bulky. By that I mean it has a high profile. Including the wrist strap, it is 3/4" thick, which is pretty thick for a watch. So if you have large wrists and are wearing a long-sleeved shirt you might not be able to get your cuffs down over this watch. Luckily I have thin wrists so this is not a problem.

    I use this as my "weekend watch" and it fits the bill nicely (I have a nicer watch that I wear to work or when I need to dress up). It's a very rugged, "outdoorsy" looking watch. The color scheme of this watch is black and bronze around the clock face, then pewter for the body and olive green and black for the fabric and synthetic leather wrist band.

    Armitron is made in Thailand, and they sure do pack a lot of features into their watches. I like the combo digital-analog watch face, the sweep second hand, the "glow" feature is great in the dark, and the lap timer and chronograph are also nice. Throw in a calendar, dual alarms and an hourly chime and you're getting a lot of bang for your $25 bucks.

    My only complaint is the wrist band appears to be permanently attached, so when it eventually gives out (and it will) the watch will become useless. Maybe I'm wrong and a jeweler could replace the wrist band, but it doesn't look like it to me. But hey, for $25 you could just buy another watch, right?

    I wish Armitron would make an "upscale" line of watches, with metal bodies and detachable wrist bands. I'd gladly pay double for a heavy-duty version of this watch if I knew it would last me a good long time.

    TIP: The printed instructions are hidden inside the plastic support the watch comes wrapped around. You have to pop it open to get at them. So don't throw out the packaging until you've extracted the instructions!
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    6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By HanzerKeeto on November 8, 2011
    I received this as a birthday gift from my girlfriend. I work in an emergency and trauma center and wanted an inexpensive watch to wear that would hold up to the at times chaotic environment that I work in. Watch hasn't worked since day one, and because she bought it for me early and didn't give it to me until my birthday, I can't return it to Amazon.

    The analog hands get 'stuck' and the second hand will just click in place. I figured the battery needed to be changed so I removed 8 screws and removed the flat battery (which by the way was a completely different size then the one listed on the included instructions), so I had to go out and buy another battery once I got the correct number off the existing battery. Didn't do a thing. Did some more poking around and noticed there is a second battery nestled below the first battery. This second battery controls the analog movement whereas the first battery controls the digital.

    So after removing a total of 14 screws, I got to the second battery. Some fantastic engineering there. Why make it so simple as unscrewing the back of the watch to replace a battery when you can have the customer remove 14 microscopic screws instead. You get what you pay for. So I replace this second battery, put the 14 screws and 3 oddly shaped pieces of metal that are also enclosed in the watch housing back together and I have the same non-functioning watch.

    So now I'm down the cost of 3 packs of batteries, and Armitron wants me to send them the watch and 10 bux to fix it. That's not going to happen. I'll just lie to my girlfriend and tell her I was able to return it so she stops feeling bad about this hassle of a birthday present, and buy something that might actually work.
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