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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful
on April 29, 2007
I was surprised to find out that Timex still makes this watch! I have worn this watch every day for the past 9 years, and it's still running on the original battery. It has remained largely intact, only with minor chips and scratches. The face, or 'crystal' has a lot of minor scratches, but the numbers are still very clear to read. The silver paint on the body has started to wear off, as well as some of the lettering, but then again, it has far exceeded its lifetime. Definitely recommended for its price.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
I've bought 2 Atlantis watches and 10 Ironman watches over the past 25 years. Lately I've been buying watches for both myself and my wife. When my wife's expensive ironman band failed, causing her watch face to disappear from her wrist forever, after ONLY THREE MONTHS - I started to reconsider my recent purchasing decisions!

THIS WATCH USES A STANDARD WATCH BAND. It has all the features of the Ironman, more or less. If you've been using these timexes for 25 years as i have, you know that eventually the band snaps and you want a replacement. Well, I won't fall for this B.S. from Timex, who has made all their Ironman models use custom nonstandard bands !! So, I am switching over to Atlantis ~ I already bought one for my wife, and I'm getting one for myself !!

This new model has the same user interface as an Ironman, with chronograph and 3 alarms, and the iron is probably the alltime best-selling digital chronograph (since about 1986.) I predict that this will become the new #1 seller in the Timex line of sports watches !!
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
on April 15, 2010
I love this watch,this is my 4th one, in about 10 years.
water proof with the indiglow dial and the stop watch.
the band is great, it does not pull the hairs on your arm. Also the watch is thin and lays flat on your arm, NOT like the new models which are thick and tend to catch on things in the industrial workplace. It is a great design, I hope Timex continues to make this watch.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
on June 3, 2010
The watch has all the basic features you would need. The best part about the watch is that it lasts forever. Checkout reviews elsewhere, and you will see that some people have had these watches for 20 years or more. I have had mine since at least December 1999. It was a Christmas gift, I may have gotten a year or two before 1999. But, you get the idea. over 10 years later I have had to replace the band and battery one time each (both last year in 2009). The front of the watch has scrapes on it and some of the text has begun to rub off... but, it still works. I like the watch so much that I came here looking to see if I could get another one, I would put it in storage and have it just in case this one ever stops working. That probably won't happen for another 10 years though!
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
on August 16, 2007
I have owned this model Timex for 4 years. Accuracy and features are great, and battery longevity is fantastic. The only problem I have with this and other Timex digitals owned in the past, is how easily the watch face scratches. So, it is the case features which brings my rating down to 4.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on February 12, 2010
This is the fourth of these watches I have owned. All were absolutely reliable and accurate. My work is hard on watches; the cases and bands take a beating, but the watches still run perfectly. I buy a new one when the face becomes unreadable. You can't beat the Atlantis for value and a dressier style than most inexpensive watches.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on August 3, 2014
I've been buying and wearing Timex Ironman watches over the last few years. While they're nothing super flashy or stylish, I can't beat them for function and value . . . until the plastic watch band that they never seem to make a replacement band for breaks or falls apart. Then the watches are (frustratingly) worthless. So I'm trying the Atlantis in hopes band will give me more than a year-or-so. While my wife and daughter like the look of it on me and the watch and band fit comfortably, it's no Ironman. The buttons are a little smaller and noticeably harder to press. After years of the modes and functionality of the Ironman, I find myself missing the three alarms, repeating countdown timer, the one push to get back to the time mode from the other modes, the light hanging on a little bit after you push it (you can supposedly set this watch to do it, but doing so is not intuitive enough for me to w/o the directions, and I'm not a direction reader kind of guy, so not sure I'll get there), et cetera. And as other reviews have mentioned, the face of the watch seems to be prone to picking up scratches. So if I could find a watch band that would work for my Ironman Triathlon, I'd happily go back to it. In fact, I have a couple of them, now, that would be back in action if they had bands. Until then, I'll put up with this better-looking, but lesser functioning watch.
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9 of 12 people found the following review helpful
on January 16, 2010
I had this watch for less than two months. It kept nearly perfect time, it was good looking and very comfortable to wear. After about 4 weeks, I noticed a pin working loose from the band. I worked it back in multiple times and didn't think too much of it. In less than 8 weeks, the band separated and I had to send the watch back. My main reason for buying it was the hope that the band would last, so I'm very disappointed. I have no idea if my experience was unusual or not, but I've bought a more expensive watch as a result.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on January 15, 2015
I bought one in 2003, took it to Afghanistan, treated it with complete disrespect and it worked well until last month, 12 good years, until the illuminating display failed. We'll see if the quality has held up with this new one. One problem is that there is no way to set a second time zone which is a half hour off. Afghanistan is 9 1/2 hours ahead of the east coast. John Cameron Swayze would be proud of this product.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on October 1, 2009
My son is a man of few words - when I asked him how the Timex Men's Atlantis 100 watch that we gave him for his birthday (about 2 months ago) was working for him, he said: "Run's like clockwork! :D"
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