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Timex Men's Q7B807 Resin Ironman Triathlon 100 Lap 18mm Replacement Watchband

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  • Compatible with Timex ironman triathlon 100-lap models with 18mm case lugs
  • Black resin watch band
  • Buckle clasp
  • Band Width: 18.00mm
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Resin Ironman Triathlon 30Lap Black Resin Mens Strap 18mm Mens

Timex Group B.V. is one of the best-known American watch companies. Timex's U.S. headquarters are located in Middlebury Connecticut and it has substantial operations in China, the Philippines and India and full scale sales companies in Canada, the UK, France and Mexico.

The company began in 1854 as Waterbury Clock in Connecticut's Naugatuck Valley, known during the nineteenth century as the "Switzerland of America." Sister company Waterbury Watch manufactured the first inexpensive mechanical pocket watch in 1880. During World War I, Waterbury began making wristwatches, which had only just become popular, and in 1933 it made history by creating the first Mickey Mouse clock under license from Walt Disney, with Mickey's hands pointing the time.

During World War II, Waterbury renamed itself U.S. Time Company. In 1950 the company introduced a wristwatch called the Timex. Over the next three decades, Timex was sold through a series of advertisements which emphasized its durability by putting the watch through "torture tests," such as falling over the Grand Coulee Dam or being strapped to the propeller of an outboard motor, with the slogan "It takes a licking and keeps on ticking." With the help of former Olympic broadcaster, spokesman John Cameron Swayze, sales took off. The company later became Timex Corporation, then Timex Group and, to date, has sold over one billion watches.

The company has remained very competitive and the Timex brand continues its dominance through present day. Its primary market remains the United States and Canada, although the Timex brand is sold worldwide due to its ability to capitalize on its strong brand image and reputation for quality.

One of the most successful and important features available on many Timex watches is the Indiglo backlight system. Indiglo is a brand name of Indiglo Corporation, solely owned by Timex for licensing purposes. Timex electroluminescent lamps, branded Indiglo, were introduced in 1992 in the Ironman watch line. They were an immediate success. The Indiglo lamp uniformly lights the surface of the Timex’s watch dials in a manner that makes the dial read very easily in many different light settings. In some newer watches the Indiglo backlight only lights up the numbers, rather than the entire LCD display, which is achieved by means of a specialized film that inverts the LCD transmissivity.

Today, Timex Group products are manufactured in the Far East and in Switzerland often based on technology that continues to be developed in the United States and in Germany. With a large and varied line of watches, Timex has the style for everyone. From the locker room to the board room, there is a great Timex style time-piece for you.

  • ASIN: B003OQ8BO4
  • Product Dimensions: 5.4 x 1.3 x 0.4 inches; 1.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Item model number: Q7B807GZ
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    Product Specifications

    Watch Information
    Brand, Seller, or Collection Name Timex Watch Bands
    Model number Q7B807GZ
    Part Number Q7B807GZ
    Model Year 2014
    Clasp Buckle
    Case material Plastic
    Band Material Resin
    Band length Men's Standard
    Band width 18 millimeters
    Band Color Black
    Item weight 1.60 Ounces

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    36 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Hotswimmer on April 7, 2011
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    I was so grateful to find this band - my Timex Ironman Triathlon has served me well and still works perfectly, so I hated the thought that I'd have to buy a new one just because the band broke after some years. This is the original Timex band for the 100-lap watch, and it fits perfectly. As other have said, keep the original pins, and get all women, children, and easily-frightened small pets out of the house before you attempt installation.

    Having been through it, here's how I recommend installation:

    1) It's easiest to remove the old band by cutting it away with a very sharp knife, so you don't damage the original retainer pins. Once the strap is gone, it's easy to remove the spring-loaded restainer pins with a knife or sharp fingernail by pushing on the shoulder of the pin at one of the ends, where it goes into the watch. You may even be able to just grab the pin and just push one direction or the other, along the axis of the pin.

    2) The supplied pins were either slightly too long, or the spring inside was so stiff, I couldn't get them to click into place, and I tried for a long time. Good luck if you want to or have to use them - I used the old ones. Have a knife or something with a very thin and narrow blade ready - you'll need it for the installation. DON'T CUT YOURSELF IN THE PROCESS - I'M NOT RESPONSIBLE IF YOU SCREW UP AND HURT YOURSELF OR DAMAGE SOMETHING!

    3) Hold the band in your right hand. Insert the pin into its hole in the band. Push it in so the the pin sticks out pretty far on the side closest to your body, and just barely on the other side.

    4) Hold the watch in your left hand.
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    12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on October 8, 2014
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    As many of you who wear these wonderful Timex Ironman sport watches know, the watch band never outlasts the watch usually breaking within a year at the 'keeper' (the small plastic piece that keeps the loose end of the strap from flopping around). Somewhere I read that someone had used a small rubber 'O' Ring to replace the keeper. I went to Home Depot and bought a couple of boxes of these (they are in the plumbing department if I recall correctly) and used the smaller #7 size to slip it over the buckle end of the watch and it works perfectly. If you buy a new band for about $13 and then pay a watch maker $5 to replace the old band (most people find that trying to replace the band yourself is near impossible particularly without scratching or damaging the watch) you've spent $18 or so. Cost of the "O" Rings= $2.54/8 rings so about $0.35/ring and you have an almost inexhaustible supply. I'd include a picture but I see there's no way to do that--but you would hardly know the difference between the manufacturers band and the "O" Ring fix.
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    13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By blackspot on March 21, 2011
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    The small new pins supplied with the new watchband are too long and make it impossible to install. You'll go "bananas" trying it. There's an error in the conception or the manufacturing of these pins. So use the old ones which will permit you to install the new watchband with a lot less trouble.
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    7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Pablo M Cordova on August 25, 2011
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    The band did arrive as pictured, and match the original band.

    Problem is, the spring pins that are included are too long. I ended up filing them shorter in order to get them to work.

    Just plain stupid to include spring pins that are too long.
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    5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Luiz A. Dias on October 5, 2011
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    I love my Timex watch. The old mantra (it keeps a lickin and keeps on tickin) still is in effect for my Ironman Watch. The watch is ~$50 and this strap is a little under half of that.

    1. DON'T THROW AWAY YOUR OLD PINS -- You will need your old ones.
    2. The supplied pins are too long. Save them for a rainy day or for a future watch
    3. The installation is quite tricky. I have a set of micro screw drivers (Flat Head) that worked great for installing this.
    4. Be patient and be prepared for about 20-30 minutes to get this completed.

    If you have to take this to a watch person to do this and pay for it - buy a new watch - not worth the hassle.
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    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By William Schroeder on August 21, 2011
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    I have an Ironman 100 Lap that's a few years old, and this band did not fit it. I had to cut away a lot of the rubber from the pin end in order to get the band to push in far enough so the pins would go in the holes. In fact, so much is cut away that half the pin barrel is exposed. I hate Timex bands, they make them so difficult to change, probably to get you to give up on the thing and but a new watch; typical marketing greed. You can't tell me that Timex can't design a band for their watches that is dead easy to change????
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    9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By P on September 9, 2011
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    I got this band to match an older version of the watch and it didn't fit the watch. Had to return it and only received a portion of the cost, apparently there is a restocking fee which I wasn't aware of when I purchased it.
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    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Thomas W. Meigh, Jr. on September 21, 2013
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    width of band was correct, but will not fit Timex Men's Ironman Triathlon Watch T66801. I hope this information will be helpful.
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