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Timex Men's Brown Watch With White Dial


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  • Though the classic, versatile design of this Timex watch is certainly desirable, its easy-to-read dial with large, bold numbers is what really sets it apart from other timepieces.
  • Quartz movement with analog display
  • Protective acrylic dial window
  • Features leather band, brass case, second hand, Indiglo® light, and date window at three o'clock position
  • Water resistant to 99 feet (30 M): withstands rain and splashes of water, but not showering or submersion


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Product Specifications

Watch Information
Brand, Seller, or Collection Name Timex
Model number T200419J
Part Number T200419J
Model Year 2011
Item Shape Round
Dial window material type Acrylic
Display Type Analog
Clasp Buckle
Metal stamp staineless steel
Case material Brass
Case diameter 35 millimeters
Case Thickness 10 millimeters
Band Material Calfskin
Band length Mens Standard
Band width 18 millimeters
Band Color Brown
Dial color White
Bezel material Stainless steel
Bezel function Stationary
Calendar Day and date
Special features Light, measures-seconds
Item weight 3.52 Ounces
Movement Quartz
Water resistant depth 99 Feet

Product Description

• This practical timepiece displays a refined sense of style • 35mm diameter silver-tone metal case • Easy-read display with large, clear numbers • Three-hand quartz analog movement with day and date display • Indiglo dial illumination for low-light reading • 18mm wide leather band with buckle closure • Water-resistant to 3 ATM / 30 meters • One-year limited manufacturer warranty

  • ASIN: B000B55AEA
  • Product Dimensions: 3.6 x 3.4 x 3 inches; 3.5 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 3.5 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • Origin: China
  • Item model number: T200419J
  • Batteries: 1 Lithium Metal batteries required.
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #26 in Watches (See Top 100 in Watches)
    • Average Customer Review:

    Customer Reviews

    Great watch with a classic look.
    Darren Dupus
    I really like the simplicity of this watch and have been getting a lot of compliments on it.
    Lucas Beversdorf
    The face is easy to read and the Indiglo light helps me see the watch face at night.
    Paul O. Skoog

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    91 of 93 people found the following review helpful By Thomas R. Hurley on March 3, 2008
    The color of the watch band: brown Verified Purchase
    In my 67 years I have owned watches from an Ingersol Mickey Mouse when I was a kid all the way through a solid gold Concord that sells for almost $7,000. With a LeCoultre and a Rolex in between. But guess what? This Timex is just remarkable! As your eyes age, it's nice to have a high-contrast simple black-on-white display, and the Indiglo feature is priceless for low- or no-light conditions. The simplicity and craftsmanship of this watch has to be seen to be believed--the sweep second hand actually hits the marks around the dial with accuracy I almost never saw in my Swiss watches. That, to me, is a near-impossible task that only my most expensive watch managed (one of the reasons I bought it since I'm a perfectionist type). The Timex people have done an outstanding job with this inexpensive watch. The ten-year battery life is a bonus. I very highly recommend this handsome, simple, elegant timepiece! (I do not own stock in Timex.)
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    78 of 85 people found the following review helpful By Shelley Gammon TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on March 31, 2007
    The color of the watch band: brown
    I'm not a man, and don't like bulky men's watches on my small wrist - but I'm getting older and cannot read the microscopic dials on most ladies watches.

    The dial is big enough to read without me having to cut my arm off, lay it on a table and step back 5 feet... and the Indiglo is so mild - in the middle of the night, I can press the light and I can easily read the time without a harsh light assaulting my eyes or without it being so dim, I have to nearly wake up all the way to read it.

    For a large dial watch, the wrist band is fairly narrow, which is why I selected this watch. I also like having not only the date on the watch, but the day as well. I love technology and had a TI digital watch iin the 1970s and have had several digital watches in my time with many features - but I appreciate looking at an analog time piece.

    My less than perfect review stems from two things:

    1.) To set the day (not date), you have to crank the time around a full 2 rotations (24 hours) each for each day - this is tiring, but hopefully you only have to do it once.

    2.) The leather wrist band is very thick. I had another Indiglo watch with a supple, nearly calfskin band, but the band wore out, other wise I'd put it on this watch. It's like having a saddle on your wrist and it's a little stiff. For it to be comfortable, I have to latch it at the last hole and wear it like a hula-hoop.
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    103 of 123 people found the following review helpful By Caponsacchi HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on October 13, 2006
    The color of the watch band: brown Verified Purchase
    Young people have no idea what they're missing (their loss is actually ours, since they're not aware of it). Not only have LP's and CD's gone out of style (replaced by downloaded MP3 files) but watches as well (replaced by the digital read-outs on cellular phones and iPods). I'm sorry, but the only thing that keeps me functional in our overly-digitized, gadget-driven world is a plain-old, plain-spoken, fashion-resistant watch like this Timex with a bland analog face that even a mother wouldn't love--only a great grandmother or someone with as long a memory as mine.

    But this piece is redolent with its own memories--of the special telecasts of all-star live jazz spectaculars sponsored by Timex and hosted by former newsman, John Cameron Swaze. Amid the flurries of fringe-reception snow, you might catch momentary sight of Benny or Louis or Ella and even hear a few notes of "Perdido" or "When the Saints Come Marching In." But most memorable of all were the commercials: Timex watches being subjected in "real time" to fire and ice, poundings and shakings, high-dives into pools of water, followed by Swayze's invariably reassuring and authoritative commentary on the outcome: "The watch that takes a licking and keeps on ticking."

    Hate to admit that none of my Timexes purchased in the '50's are still ticking, but this one, which boasts a "ten-year battery," is thus far showing promise of a good, strong heart. And unlike the '50's version, this new and improved (can that be possible?) Timex lends extra support to those of us who have lost all but our long-term memories: it even offers a reminder of the date and day of the week as well as hands that light up without the radium coating. Best of all, it's no less affordable than its 1950's counterpart. If anything, it's kept behind the pace of inflation! (Thank you, China, for making possible the continuance of an American tradition).
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    21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Nicholas Chandler-klein on March 8, 2007
    The color of the watch band: brown
    Sturdy and attractive leather strap. Functional face. Only three functions: day, date, and time, so it's not crowded. What else would you want on a watch anyway?
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    14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Jay Hughes on August 6, 2013
    The color of the watch band: brown Verified Purchase
    I've been looking for a casual watch for these past few months and this beauty is the one. I was lucky to come across this watch as I was just about to buy a $500 Citizen I had my eyes on from the last visit to the store. The saved money is real handy for a kid still in school. And I'm sure you've assumed already, I ended up buying the Timex Reader and I don't regret it.

    I already had an idea(a petty one) about what kind of watch I wanted. One with a leather strap, red second hand, simple ~40mm white face w/date, silver case. So it was awesome to find the Timex Reader. But after scrolling down the page and reading a few negative reviews about the absurd noise, pesky date setting and also the cheap price I was skeptical about the purchase. Whatever, I decided to just order it and see for myself.

    Here's my some information about the watch if you're considering buying it,

    The face:
    It's white, just like the picture. I only say this because other watches by Timex advertise online a white face but are actually a yellow-creamy hue.
    The Indiglo:
    It's the colour teal and it also doesn't entirely light up the face of the watch. There's about half a centimeter of unlit area at the top of the watch. Think of it like a nearly-filled fish tank. It's a feature I won't see myself using much, so I care little about the defect.
    The Band:
    It's not as brown as the picture would make you think. Some reviewers agree that it's a Maroon Red. When you actually zoom in on the image, you can see the red that I'm talking about. Just assume that it's reddish and not brown for expectations.
    The noise:
    I'm a student with a PC and a fan always running. So obviously this small watch won't over power the noise.
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