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Timex Ironman 100-Lap Watch

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  • Sturdy and sporty, this Timex Ironman watch is designed for the man on the go.
  • Quartz movement with digital display
  • Protective acrylic dial window
  • Features include Indiglo® nightlight, 100-hour chronograph with lap and split times, 99-lap counter, 100-hour countdown timer with stop and repeat, dated training log.No flix Technology.
  • Water resistant to 330 feet (100 M): suitable for snorkeling, as well as swimming, but not diving
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Sturdy and sporty, the Timex Ironman 100-Lap Watch is designed for the man on the go.Quartz movement with digital display.Protective acrylic dial window.Water resistant to 330 feet (100 M).


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  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (197 customer reviews)
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72 of 75 people found the following review helpful By J. Bradley Alexander on December 5, 2006
Color: Black Verified Purchase
When you search for a very long time to find a watch that actually is setup perfectly and then luck would have it you are video-shopping (window shoping on amazon) and see the perfect watch...

...then you order it knowing it just can not live up to your expectations.

I was wrong!!!

I have found absolutely nothing I do not like about this watch. It is easy to setup/encode/set/reset/learn. The face of the watch is quite large making it easy to read under stressful situations and when you just "have to know the time or date NOW." The "FLIX" system I have not used much (because I can hit a button, ok) but it seems very easy to use (simply hold down the "indigo light" button: upper right hand button) until the watch beeps, FLIX is then "enabled." You cut it off the same way. When it is "on" you simply turn your wrist with a fast "stopping action" (as if you were checking your watch fast) and the light will auto-on for a brief time.

The crono setting and lap settings are the easiest to navigate and figure out ever. The buttons actually have "labels" which show up next to them. It has never been easier to learn a fairly complex watch. For the runners among us this watch has 100 lap memory, can remember your best times, do a countdown to crono function, and it even tracks your "best lap" if you do it in series (like you simply start the crono, and hit the big black button on the front for each lap). Then at the "end" of the race you hit stop and can "save" your results and then know your best time.

I love it. It is a large watch but who cares as it is light. The strap is not cloth, something I really like as I would never wear a cloth strap and it has a nice TAB IN HOLE locking feature on the belt that I like as well (all rubber).
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Michael Shropshire on January 27, 2009
Color: Black
This is my third Ironman Flix 100 lap beauty (lost one, got a spare) and all I can say is if you like having 4 different set alarms a week to keep up with your schedule, a display that's easy to read with the day of the week and date, a great countdown timer (to keep track of the your blinds at your Thursday night poker), along with a lap counter with 100 lap memory and hands free Indiglo for nighttime running, then you have found it all in this wonderfully affordable and reliable watch.
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27 of 35 people found the following review helpful By gherardini on May 12, 2009
Color: Black Verified Purchase
I looked and looked and looked for a new watch when my last Timex saw it's last days. I decided on this one, even went to the store to put my hands on it since no one could touch amazon.com's price. Firstly I must say that I love this watch! Fr the many reasons already listed. But this is now my second one of this watch, both have ended up having problems with the buttons not operating any more. This defect is beginning to upset and frustrate me. Just out of the blue, none of the buttons work. I can't even shut off my alarm which goes off at 7:38 and 7:43 each morning. So all I can do is tell what time it is. It's going back to Timex.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Macon Collyer on February 12, 2009
Color: Black Verified Purchase
Bought watch to use in workouts at club and it is better than I had hoped for -- large numbers make it easy to read and functions are easy to use as well. Concerned about strap at first but it fits nicely and is comfortable if not fastened too tightly. All in all, a great bargain at the price and I'm delighted with the product -- looks great too.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Bill Mallard on January 17, 2010
Color: Black
So I just bought this watch. I actually placed an order for the $250 Casio pathfinder T2000 that has all the functions of this watch plus solar charging, atomic clock synching, a thermometer, altimeter, barometer, and sunrise and sunset times, plus the perpetual calander..... But then cancelled it because, really - I mean do we need all that?

Here is a watch with 5 alarms, an incredibly powerful interval timer/workout tracker. It looks decent, and it's $50.

Well, some people may say that this watch is a cheap, mass produced watch and other watches have better craftsmanship and are more personal with their nice stories... Because with more expensive watches, people can - theoretically - take them up to the top of the Himalayas and have the watch give you the temperature, altitude, and barometric pressure. Such watches are said to have some "story" or "mystique" to them that this watch allegedly does not.

Well being that there was an earthquake in Haiti a few days ago, and they need help more than I need an altimeter on my watch, I went ahead and took out a nail from my toolbox and engraved the word "Haiti" on the back of this here Timex I just bought. I then took the $200 I saved and used it to make a donation to the Haitian earthquake relief efforts. I'd say that's a pretty powerful "mistique" or "story" to my watch. Now, when I look at the time, I'll think about the people that have quite literally been housed, fed, and treated at a hospital with the money saved by getting this watch.

By the way, as you can tell from the other reviews here, the watch wears beautifully. It looks clean, sporty, and isn't tacky. The blue parts of the case material are a rubbery material that really absorbs shocks enough to avoid scratches.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Jo Smith on August 21, 2010
Color: Black
Timex has two types of Indiglo night light:

Good: Face lights up
Bad: Numbers Light Up

While both types are serviceable for viewing the time, the good type of indiglo works great as a night light, the bad type is useless for anything but seeing the time.

Unfortunately there is no way of telling which type of indiglo a watch has from the Timex specifications. I assumed that this watch would be brighter/better than my broken 30 Lap Ironman. Instead it is 10 times dimmer.

The implementation of the FLIX system is flawed in that to activate flix you need to hold down the night light button for 3 seconds. Idiotic. The flick of the wrist must be hard enough that accidentally triggering the night light is unlikely; reguiring a button press to activate a hands-free system negates any hands-free advantage. I've had 3 flix enabled Ironmans and never use the FLIX feature due to the activation requirements.

Finally the bands on my Ironman watches all break after a year or so.

I've worn these Timex watches since the release of the first Marathon, and am on my fifth or sixth timex. Because of the breaky band I would like to stop buying/using Timex, however I can not find a replacement watch with decent interval timers that has multiple weekend aware alarms.

UPDATE: 22 June 2011

Well the band held up nicely but after less then a year the battery died. I purchased and replaced the battery. I was very careful to make sure the rubber seal was positioned correctly but the watch still leaked after a dip in the pool. Now it's dead. A few weeks after it broke, I got another of the same watch as a gift.

I'd like to return it and be done with Timex. However, after an exhaustive search I can find nothing comparable.
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