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- Running watch with logoed bezel, sporty resin band, and exposed screws on case
- Quartz movement with digital display.No flix Technology.
- Protective acrylic crystal dial window
- Features include 100-hour chronograph with lap and split times, 99-lap counter, 100-hour countdown timer with stop and repeat, dated training log with best lap, average lap and total time, and split recall
- Water resistant to 330 feet (100 M): suitable for snorkeling, as well as swimming, but not diving
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The undisputed favorite in sport watches crosses nearly every finish line in the world. Built to be lightweight and sealed for water resistance, the iconic five-button design gives you direct access to the features you need on a large, glanceable display.
- Product Dimensions: 6 x 6 x 6 inches
- Shipping Weight: 0.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B00093CZV0
- Item model number: T5E231
- Batteries: 1 Lithium Metal batteries required.
- Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
- Date first available at Amazon.com: July 30, 2005
- Domestic Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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|Brand, Seller, or Collection Name||Timex|
|Dial window material type||Acrylic|
|Case diameter||44 millimeters|
|Case Thickness||12 millimeters|
|Band length||Mens Standard|
|Band width||18 millimeters|
|Calendar||Day Date And Month|
|Water resistant depth||330 Feet|
Top Customer Reviews
Decent-looking watch, except for the BOLD white-wall lettering on the band, but a Sharpie takes care of that. Numbers easy to see, controls easy to figure out and manipulate. Rubber strap does not absorb sweat or grab wrist hairs. FLIX feature very handy for night work, not overly bright. Light-weight, lower profile than typical G-shock.
1. Weak chime - hard to hear over any noise.
The roads I'm running are reasonably quiet, aside from the occasional UH-60 helo flying over or diesel honey-truck going by, so most of the time I can hear the multi-tone chime signaling end-of-interval, but have missed it when a vehicle is passing by. Fugedaboudit if you're in a typical loud gym with music, cardio machines, TVs, and the grunters and plate-slammers, or your own mp3 player, Creative Zen Stone Plus 2 GB MP3 Player (Black).
2. Will NOT work for Tabata Intervals of 20 seconds work, 10 seconds rest, repeat 8 times. I set INT 1 at 20 seconds, INT 2 at 10 seconds (REPEAT at end), then DONE. At end of first 20 sec interval the watch gives only the faintest "pip" before going into interval 2 - practically impossible to hear if you're involved in any intense cardio exercise. After a little experimenting I discovered that if the second interval is set below 15 seconds you'll only get that 'pip,' otherwise you get a more noticeable "ditty-dee, ditty-dee" signaling the start of interval 2.Read more ›
This one beats the older model (Timex 51931 Ironman Triathlon) with some interesting changes:
1) The larger digits on this model makes it easier to read the numbers (as some mentioned to do so when running) even when I am swimming, with a quick flick of the wrist at the turn, it's possible to see the minutes and the seconds.... The older model had smaller number, thus not making it possible to do this.
2) The navigation on this model became quite easier. It was already easy on the older model but this one included instructions on screen, such as NEXT, DONE, + or - in order to advance with your practices and training... Plus a chance to change the way you want to see the information of the your laps (Laps in the big digits and splits at the smaller one, or the oposite)
A Real nice add on by TIMEX.
3) A simple but effective wrist band "clip" (the tiny piece of strap that attachs the "extra" wrist band that is left after you put the clock on)
It has a piece of rubber on the inside that locks on at the wrist band and does not make it loose or even letting it go as some other watches do sometimes. This is more effective underwater I think, as it remains the way you set your wrist, as the older model I had did not quite held in place all the time.
4) Plenty of memory (100 laps is really a nice number), maybe more then most will need but, as a swimmer I use to count splits over 100m (or yards) with many laps during one training... It is quite usefull. I go easily on 10 to 15 laps of the memory in one training.
And with the date feature, that reminds when you did these times, it is quite usefull to keep track on the training with a spreadsheet, for instance... (as I do !Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The watch was a gift for my husband. It replaced one he had lost that was similar. He is very pleased with it.Published 5 days ago by ms millie
As usual TIMEX has done it, AGAIN!
Best, most affordable Watch I've ever owned and had many!
5 Alarms are also great! Other features work great, too! Read more
Received this watch in April and it worked well until September, when the backlight quit working. All other functions work well, as advertised.Published 13 days ago by Robert C.
love it but the quality of the band does not feel as good as the previous modelsPublished 14 days ago by Barrry Jones
Nice large and bright numbers for old eyes to look at in the dark.Published 14 days ago by Max Cornejo
Indiglo stopped working 34 days into ownership... ineligible for product refund.Published 15 days ago by Stevie G.
I purchased this item in May 2016. It is now October 2016, and it does not work--screen is blank!Published 16 days ago by bob barnes
Overall, I really do like the watch. However, one of the reasons I got it was for the FLIX feature...which it doesn't have. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Mark Pearson