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Timex Kids' T73751 Tween Digital Clip Watch

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  • Indiglo® night-light
  • 24-Hour Stopwatch
  • 24-Hour Countdown Timer
  • Shock-Resistant to ISO Standards
  • Water resistant to 165 feet (50 M): suitable for swimming and showering

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Product Specifications

Watch Information
Brand, Seller, or Collection Name Timex
Model number T737519J
Part Number T737519J
Item Shape rectangle
Dial window material type Acrylic
Display Type Digital
Clasp No Clasp
Case material Resin
Case diameter 44 millimeters
Case Thickness 14.53 millimeters
Band Material Not Applicable
Band length Unisex
Band Color Not Applicable
Dial color Grey
Bezel material Resin
Bezel function Stationary
Calendar day-date-month
Special features Chronograph, Water Resistant
Item weight 3.20 Ounces
Movement Quartz
Water resistant depth 165 Feet

Product Description

When you need a reliable timepiece, but don't want to wear a watch on your wrist, there's the Timex Black Grip Clip Digital Watch. This clip watch snaps onto backpacks and belts or slips in your pocket and provides access to convenient chronograph, timer, and alarm functions. Its case and bezel made of black plastic, along with a mineral window, help this shock-resistant timepiece's durability. The watch head pivots for easy upside down viewing, and an INDIGLO night-light makes sure you can read the display at all hours. This clip-on watch is water-resistant to 165 feet.

When you need a reliable timepiece, but don't want to wear a watch on your wrist, there's the Timex Kids' T73751 Tween Digital Clip Watch. This clip watch snaps onto backpacks and belts or slips in your pocket and provides access to convenient chronograph, timer, and alarm functions. Its case and bezel made of black resin, along with an acrylic window, help this shock-resistant timepiece's durability. The watch head pivots for easy upside down viewing, and an Indiglo® night-light makes sure you can read the display at all hours. This clip-on watch is water-resistant to 165 feet (50 meters).

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  • ASIN: B001AZM33Q
  • Product Dimensions: 3.7 x 3.3 x 3 inches; 3.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Item model number: T737519J
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,787 in Watches (See Top 100 in Watches)
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    Customer Reviews

    Easy to read and very convenient to clip on his belt loop.
    Miss Mutley's Mom
    Very sturdy, and great for those who can't stand wearing the wrist band type watch.
    NB
    It keeps time, has a good stop watch, is easy to use and extremely durable.
    Terena T.

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    47 of 48 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on January 21, 2008
    I bought this watch in December 2005 to use as a reliable but cheap timepiece during snowmobile tours in Yellowstone National Park. For two years, me and this watch experienced temeratures reaching -20 F plus... though average was probably 15 F. Still, it ran true. I even managed to wash it in my laundry, to no ill.

    I'm now seeking a new watch, only because I cannot find a way to relplace the battery on this one. And I find myself unwilling to buy a different watch. It has treated me very well for its price, and so, I will buy the same watch for the same price. Thanks for the great all season product.
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    27 of 27 people found the following review helpful By NB on March 17, 2008
    This is a great watch. Very sturdy, and great for those who can't stand wearing the wrist band type watch. I've had mine for quite a few years and have only had to replace the battery one or two times. The rotating timepiece is great for switching it between belt and backpack positions.
    About the only downside is that the locking pin holes (that keep the timepiece from freely swiveling) tend to get worn down, and about the weakest point on the watch is actially the joint for the carabiner clip, which finally broke on me after years of use.
    other than that this is a good deal.
    4.5 stars out of 5.
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    28 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Benjamin J. Caracello on September 27, 2004
    I just ordered another one of these. After a year and a half of abuse, what did my last one in was a seatbelt; the belt had worked its way halfway into the clip when I stood up. Anyway, my only problem with this item is the attatchment point for the spring part of the clip. It really should be metal, but for 20 bucks I'll buy another. I haven't seen another digital clip watch that isn't a kid's item.
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    13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By J. Gwen Ingram on October 22, 2009
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    I have always managed to really beat up wristwatches and finally solved that problem by keeping a watch in my pants pocket (a somewhat clumsy solution). I kept my eye out for a digital pocket watch until I found and bought my first of these Timex clip watches several years ago. Because the price allowed me to do so, I soon purchased a second one to solve the ongoing "argh, it's clipped to my other pants" problem. Both watches have been through the wash a couple of times (NOT on purpose) and resumed working when dried out. They've been smacked around a bit (not nearly as much as I used to smack around wristwatches!) and gave me no problems until last month when first one, then the other responded to a press on the backlight button with an odd whine and a blank display, which later spontaneously came back to life ... completely reset. Apparently this was the signal that both required new batteries -- two batteries, a tiny jeweler's screwdriver, a pair of reading glasses and less than 15 minutes each later, they are back to functioning normally, just like the day they were purchased. I have no idea what their ultimate lifespan is, and I am admittedly less rough on my "things" than some other people (though by no means am I easy on my watches). These Timex clip watches are an exceptional value, especially in a day and age when most affordable products are built to fail, or at least engineered with a finite lifespan (due to non-replaceable batteries and the like). Good for me, good for the planet in comparison to the many "disposable" watches out there ... two thumbs up!!!
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    16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Timothy Cook on March 2, 2006
    I got one of these because I was tired of wristwatches, and it was the best watch I have ever owned. It's survived some very rough trips and the rigors of college life, and I abused it a LOT. After a year I managed to break the spring on the clip-on part due to clicking it too much, but the electronics far outlasted its replacements (it suffered a LOT of being dropped and thrown around). I only stopped using this watch a couple years later, when I lost it down an elevator shaft.

    Unlike many other clip-on watches, this thing's buttons need to be pushed down somewhat hard and held down to change the time or the alarm settings, which I consider a lifesaver. It's also an unstoppable beast of a machine. When I finally replaced it with a different model, the other watches all kept getting reset and generally died within months; this one never suffered those problems.
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    10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By twinkie on January 30, 2011
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    This watch is cheaply made. I did not have difficulty setting the time as other reviewers did, altho the buttons were a little mushy; but the button to change mode (lower left) fell off sometime during my first hour of wearing it, and now I can't reset the time. I drive a bus and need an accurate timepiece to keep to schedule. I had set the watch at home the night I received it (and left it on the counter to add to my uniform in the morning), and the next morning I realized it was a minute slow by the dispatcher's clock. This was when I noticed the button was gone. I tried to use a pen to push the contact where the button was missing, but couldn't advance to the minutes after setting the hour. You would think I could just know the time is off and make the mental adjustment, but I don't see why I should have to with a brand new timepiece. All my wrist watches have been Timex (until the fastwrap velcro fails and I lose them, which was why I purchased this - I wish Timex would make an Ironman Expedition watch with a fabric band with buckles; I hate the plastic bands) and I hoped this would be of comparable quality, but that was not the case. This is getting returned.
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