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Timex Ironman Men's Road Trainer Heart Rate Monitor Watch, Black/Orange, Full Size

by Timex
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  • Mid-sized fitness training watch with heart rate monitor and comprehensive training tools
  • Digital transmission prevents cross-talk with other monitors and electronic equipment
  • Preset a target heart rate zone with six ranges; analyze time in/out of zone, recovery time, peak heart rate, and average heart rate
  • 100-hour chronograph with lap and split; 50-lap memory; 100-hour, 2-mode countdown timer; alarm with 5-minute backup
  • INDIGLO night-light with NIGHT-MODE; owner-replaceable battery; Data Recorder 2 and Data Recorder compatible; water resistant to 100 meters

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Product Description

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If you're in training, you know how important it is to track your progress and heart rate. You can do both with the Ironman Road Trainer Heart Rate Monitor Watch from Timex. Wearing this performance watch, you can preset your desired heart rate target zone to one of six ranges, review your workout average, and meet your peak heart rate during every workout.

The Ironman sports a 50-lap memory with average heart rate per lap, a 100-hour chronograph with lap and split, and a 100-hour, 22-mode countdown timer. There's also an alarm with a five-minute backup. If you're working out at night, turn on the INDIGLO night-light feature to see your results no matter what time you're training. What's more, the watch is water-resistant to 100 meters and features an adjustable elastic strap and replaceable battery.

This style comes with a chest strap.

Product Description

Timex Ironman Road Trainer features target zones, average heart rate, recovery timer, max zone calculation, digital transmission and an owner replaceable battery.
  • Features Included:
    • 100-hour chronograph with lap and split, either in large digits
    • Alarm with 5-minute backup
    • INDIGLO Night-Light
    • 10-workout memory chronograph or interval based
    • Target heart rate zones with time in zone and audible alerts
    • 50-lap memory per workout with average heart rate per lap
    • Calories Burned
    • Data Recorder 2 and Data Recorder compatible
    • Digital transmission eliminates cross-talk and interference
    • Owner-replaceable batteries
    • Water-Resistant to 100 Meters
  • INDIGLO night-light with NIGHT-MODE feature
  • 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
  • Alarm with 5-minute backup
Item Specifications
ColorGray/Orange
Heart RateIncluded
GPS EnabledNo
CadenceNo

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 5 x 2.5 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001GWYACK
  • Item model number: T5K212
  • Batteries 1 Lithium Metal batteries required.
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (267 customer reviews)
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Customer Reviews

Very easy to use.
Aderbal
I have been using this HRM for about a year and it works perfectly (strap and watch).
UG
I replaced the battery in the strap and still no improvement.
Cmills64

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

126 of 139 people found the following review helpful By mz09 on August 9, 2010
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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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99 of 114 people found the following review helpful By Kevin D. Lee on April 19, 2011
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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165 of 199 people found the following review helpful By R. Baker on May 10, 2010
I read all the previous reviews of this particular watch thoroughly before making my decision. I am an active training triathlete and needed the functions provided by this watch for all three sports. Everything worked flawlessly for about 3 weeks and then the crystal started to fog up....I waited for a few days and then it got worse and then ultimately failed. I was not quite sure how to proceed. Do I engage Timex or Amazon? Well, the Timex website was not very return-friendly and so I came back to the Amazon website. OMG....this was so easy...I initiated the request for replacement product and had the new watch within about 4 days and then Amazon provides really easy return shipping labels so it did not cost me anything. Once I got the replacement watch, I used the same packaging for the faulty watch and dropped in the box. No fuss, no mess.

So, my 5-star rating is for both the watch and mostly Amazon.
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24 of 26 people found the following review helpful By D. A. Ross VINE VOICE on March 6, 2011
I have been using my Road Trainer heart rate monitor for several weeks now, and must say it is a must-have for runners and athletes. This is the first HRM I have ever used, so I offer no comparative reviews to other models, but here are a few pros and cons of this particular unit:

PROS:
* Accurate heart beat measurement (just make sure to wet the chest pads a bit with water before wearing)
* Great tracking and review of workout stats (includes: total minutes of workout, time in heart rate zone, peak heart rate, minimum heart rate, calories burned and recovery time)
* Easy-to-read display, which is critical when you just want to glance down at the watch before looking back at the road/path
* Chest strap is very comfortable and stays in place (I'm a lean 5'11" 154lbs, so I can understand if larger guys find the strap snug)
* Customizable heart rate zone, great for changing the intensity of your workout
* Really informative manual and heart-health booklet included with this
* The watch looks nice enough to wear casually

CONS:
* The wrist watch strap is fairly large -- even for those with larger wrists
* There seems to be some relay lag between chest strap and watch if I start running too quickly. This is resolved if I slow down and allow the watch to "catch up," but it generally takes over two minutes to synch if I don't do this, which obviously skews the data
* The calorie counter tends to be somewhat inconsistent, either showing far too many or too few calories burned (I am by no means trying to lose weight, but I do need to monitor how many calories I need to consume in order to refuel -- especially when approaching race day)

I have not used this for biking or swimming, but I run roughly 15-20 miles per week, and can honestly say I will never be without my Road Trainer. My only regret is not having purchased it sooner!
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45 of 53 people found the following review helpful By Tom on May 20, 2010
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I purchased this heart rate monitor over a Polar because Timex has an extended warranty available - 4 extra years for a measly $5. I received my watch and called the number on the Timex website and was informed that the extended warranty was not available for this particular model.

I see at the bottom of their website that not all products are available for this extended warranty offer, but in order to find out, you have to refer to the instruction manual. Kinda difficult to read the manual without having the watch in the first place, especially when I couldn't find a store locally that carried the Road Trainer (Gotta love Fort Polk, Louisiana).

Otherwise, I am happy with this HRM. Easy to read, and the set-up/operation is very intuitive, especially if you are familiar with other Timex Ironman products. The wristband fits - my left wrist measures approximately 7 inches. I wear it comfortably loose on the third from the smallest opening, although it needs loosening partway through an upper body weight workout. It fits comfortably tight on the next-tightest opening.

The chest strap fits comfortably - you know its there, but it doesn't pinch or annoy me like I thought it would.

Overall, I am happy with the watch and the chest strap. However, I tend to abuse watches, and an extra 4 years would have been great. That aspect of my purchase is very disappointing.
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