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Timex Ironman Men's Road Trainer Heart Rate Monitor Watch

by Timex
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Plum / Silver
Mid Size
  • Digital heart rate monitor watch built for multi-sport athletes seeking to track training, maintain target heart rate, and improve over time
  • Indiglo night-light with Night-Mode; 100-hour chronograph with lap and split, either in large digits; 50-lap memory with average heart rate per lap; 100-hour, 20-mode countdown timer
  • Target heart rate zone with alarm notification when you're not above or below zone; digital transmission protects data from cross-talk and electronic interference
  • User-replaceable battery in heart rate sensor with 3.5-year battery life; includes chest strap monitor
  • Includes limited one-year manufacturer's warranty
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Product Description

IRONMAN Road Trainer Heart Rate MonitorAn essential training companion that makes a bold statement, the Timex Ironman Road Trainer digital heart rate monitor series offers performance and comfort in a next-generation style. This innovative tool is designed for both fitness enthusiasts and weekend warriors to help them meet their exercise goals.

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  • ASIN: B004D48NLM
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (350 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,174,695 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

It is very accurate and so easy to use.
MD
I would have given this watch 5 stars but for the band, which developed cracks within months and broke within 6 months of gentle use.
M. L. Firm
I sent it back to Timex for repair and they returned it to me saying nothing was wrong with it.
J. Bethea

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109 of 111 people found the following review helpful By J. S. Carr on March 25, 2011
Color Name: Plum / SilverSize Name: Mid Size
After much research I decided that using a heart monitor could really add a lot to your workout.

Researching the available options I basically found 3 categories / units worth pursuing. The first is Omron's heart rate monitor, which people seem to love as an inexpensive monitor but the rate transmission is not encoded so two of them can't be used in close quarters. My wife and I are doing P90 so that ruled those out. There's also a category of very nice units with GPS features and other goodies that were way beyond our needs so I wasn't keen on paying that premium. The third is any of the Timex. There are a lot of listings for Timex HRM's and the differences are mostly asthetic (with the exception of whether it has lap capability or it can show where your current rate falls in the desired range graphically).

My wife picked this watch / HRM and I picked one with a men's look. Their use is exactly the same though, and the straps are identical. Per other reviewer's advice I ordered a tube of Spectra electrode gel at the same time.

At first all was well for both of us. Just goop up the strap, it fits comfortably across the chest, hit 1 button on the watch and it started giving a rate. Setting a target range on the watch was pretty easy. You hold down the "Heart Rate" button to turn the rate alarm off and on quickly and easily which is really nice to activate it once you're warmed up so it's not beeping at you constantly while you're starting your workout. If you use the chrono feature the watch keeps track of averages, calories burned, etc on its own. It is even easy to get averages for each lap, so in my case I could hit the lap button between phases of the workout to get insight into each individually in addition to the overall info.
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44 of 45 people found the following review helpful By MD on February 21, 2010
Color Name: Plum / SilverSize Name: Mid Size
I have now had this watch for 6 months and it is really fantastic. The heart rate monitor works very well and it is very comfortable to wear. I debated if I wanted to get a heart rate monitor watch with a chest strap and I am really glad that I did. It is very accurate and so easy to use. Also, I have a very small wrist and it is very comfortable. Lastly - I did a lot of research and found you can change the battery on the chest strap yourself, I haven't had to yet, but am glad I have that option.
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125 of 138 people found the following review helpful By mz09 on August 9, 2010
Color Name: Black / OrangeSize Name: Full Size Verified Purchase
Purchased this product about a month ago, and I was originally pleased with it. However, after a couple weeks of use and more focused exercise, I realized this watch doesn't perform. Here are my pros and cons
Pros
-nice look
-easy to use

Cons
-HR strap battey life has not lasted longer than 2 weeks. I've already replaced it twice
-HR readings are all over the place. I'm in good tune with my body, and it has recorded my HR as high as 185-190 for extended periods of time. I've never been able to get my HR past 175, even during an EKG stress test
-HR readings are very inconsisten with readings jumping up and down 10-20 bpm in a 10sec period

Essentially, the product is not reliable. I've used Polar in the past, and was happy to move away from their products with the this Timex. Looks like I'll be changing back.
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35 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Running mom on June 26, 2011
Color Name: Plum / SilverSize Name: Mid Size
I researched a lot of HRM before deciding on this particular model. I am very happy with my purchase and highly recommend this watch to others.

I am an individual who excercises 4-5 days/week for health and weight management. I was interested in seeing how my different workouts (running, spinning, weight/cardio classes, etc...) compared as far as my exertion/heart rate and the number of calories burned.

This HRM is easy to set up (although the instruction manual could be a little clearer and in a better order) and easy to use once you have it set with your maximum heart rate and other options. I am a petite female (5ft. 2in. approximately 110 lbs) and I have to wear the watch on the tightest setting. The chest strap fits great. I don't even realize I have the chest strap on and it fits easily under a sports bra for a comfortable fit. The face of the watch is a good size (I wouldn't want it any bigger for my size wrist)---the screen is easy to read and it is easy to toggle between settings. I know other reviewers mentioned it being easy to hit a button by mistake but I haven't had that problem. The calories burned and the heart rate monitor seem accurate and I haven't had any problems with interference from gym equipment or other HRMs. One of the selling points for me to purchase Timex was that I could change the batteries myself or take it to a local battery retailer and have them do it. I know other manufacturers (Polar for example) have you send your watch in for battery replacement.

Overall, I love my watch so far and it has become an asset to my workouts. I would highly recommend this watch to others.

On a side note, the first HRM that was shipped to me was defective. Amazon was wonderful and easy to work with on an exchange/return!
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98 of 113 people found the following review helpful By Kevin D. Lee on April 19, 2011
Color Name: Black / OrangeSize Name: Full Size
I have now owned two Timex HRM watches. The first one worked for a reasonable length of time, say 6 or 8 months. It then was not able to receive heart rate data from the chest strap. I changed the battery in the strap, I changed the battery in the watch. I went through every single piece of troubleshooting advice I could find, both from Timex and from and exhaustive internet search. The watch showed the heart icon WITH the animation indicating that data WAS being received, yet it would only show double dash for the current rate. Could not overcome this issue.

It had worked so well for a while, so I thought I'd just get another timex and would have better luck. I was flat out wrong. This one has made it about 2 months and is now refusing to receive data. This time, no matter what I do, the watch will only display the empty heart icon. I have again replaced batteries, "reset" the transmitter, moisture, position, tightness, I even shaved the hair on my chest in the area where the strap sits. NOTHING.

So while this device may work well for a short time out of the package, it has become glaringly clear that it is NOT reliable. I don't think spending $70 every couple of months for a whole new watch and band is an acceptable approach. I will NEVER buy any timex again, and I would strongly advise anyone NOT to get these devices. They are a flat out waste -- oh, unless you only want it for the watch. It's a decent enough watch, but the HRM is worthless!
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