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Timex Ironman 50 Lap Watch

4.4 out of 5 stars 84 customer reviews

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  • Resin watch with Ironman logo, navy blue case, and digital display featuring Indiglo night light
  • Quartz movement with digital display
  • Protective acrylic crystal dial window
  • Features 100-Hour Chronograph with Lap and Split Times, 99-Lap Counter, 100-Hour countdown timer with stop and repeat, and 50-lap memory recall
  • Water resistant to 330 feet (100 M): suitable for snorkeling, as well as swimming, but not diving
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Product Description

The Timex Ironman 50 Lap Watch features a large digital display for easy readability while a top pusher button also allows for easy operation for when you are training. The INDIGLO night-light and night-mode functionality improve display visibility, for operation in low-light conditions. The internal memory allows a 50-lap recall, total run timer, on-the-fly or split recall and a 99 lap counter for superb training functionality. A daily and weekly alarm setting can be adjusted to suit you and two interval timers with stop and repeat and automatic repetition counters also provide you with excellent multi-tasking capabilities. This watch is water resistant up to 100m.

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  • ASIN: B00AIJ1IRM
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (84 customer reviews)
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I do like the Timex Ironman watches, but after one to two years the wrist bands seem to break, the retaining band breaks, or the clasp breaks. The fact that I keep buying them should signify that the replacement cycle although frustrating, is worth it for me. The watch itself is always reliable, it's the strap that isn't reliable for the long-term.
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Overall this watch is dynamite! The blue on silver face is stylish the LARGE readout is easy and clean to view and the face is sleek and conforms to your wrist...in comparison to other "sport watches" that are bulky, have much smaller readouts, are 3 to 4 times as expensive and always get caught up when you wear long sleeve shirts. To be honest, this face is a little bit larger than the traditional Timex Ironman watches so beware if you have skinny or smaller wrists. Timekeeping is about 100% accurate based on time.gov over a 3-4 week period of time. The only drawback is the face gets scratched easily, but what can you expect for a $35 watch??? that's the tradeoff. I recommend.
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The watch itself is mid-sized and comfortable to wear. The band, while comfortable, tapers too much for my taste. I like a little beefier watch band.

The dial is a little deceptive in that the the display is just as large as the 150 lap sleek ironman that I have but the face is smaller.

If you're looking for a light weight, mid-sized, nice looking watch and don't mind a narrow band, this is a strong contender to consider.
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This is the 3rd ironman I've owned and this one is a little big on my wrist.The digits are easier to see so works good for me since my eyesight is getting worse.The face is easy to scratch.Good watch for outdoor work that I do and love the light when in dark places.I recomend!
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I like the watch. Good water resistance and features. The only complaint I have is the upper line of the display is partially obscured by the Ironman logo. Still useable, but come on. The picture in the ad doesn't display this quirk, so maybe it's just mine. If so, I'd give it 4 stars. I'd give it 5, but the watch band isn't the greatest.
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This is a great runner’s watch. Really! Does everything you need and not overly complex. I like it so much that I’ve bought 6 of them in the last 8 years. Why? The strap lasts a year and a half max and is not replaceable so I throw it in the drawer with the other ticking Timex’s I can’t wear and get another. So I give it 2 stars.

My strap just broke again and I’ve bought a 7th Ironman. This time a T5K588 which has a replaceable strap. I’m not so sure I’m better off. It has more functionality and complexity (that I don’t need) and you have to send it back to Timex to have the strap replaced. Turnaround time is 2-4 weeks. I don’t know what it costs. I guess I can carry one of my old ones in my hand till it comes back. Maybe duct tape it to my wrist.
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I bought this watch at almost half price of a chain sports store. It is nice looking watch with easy to read digits. Easy to operate. I think Timex makes great sporty watches that are the easiest watches to operate. Casio and citizen make goog watches but every time you need to look at the manual to chane settings not so with Timex. For my money Timex is the best watch in the market.
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This watch is VERY easy to read and one of the primary reasons I bought it. Setting the watch is intuitive, I did not need to use the manual (which is very well written) to get it set. The buttons have a good, positive feel and there is no contact bounce. A real plus: the battery for the watch is a large button style lithium battery CR-2025, readily available locally (at a Wally World, for example). They do recommend that you have a jeweler replace it, but since the local stores (above) carry these style watched, they could probably replace it for you at no cost, other than the battery.

I contrast this with the Casio atomics, for example, which have to go back to the factory and are cost prohibitive. It's a better deal just buy a new Casio atomic for $30 on Amazon. I finally gave up on the Casio atomic time sync watches, however, when a brand new one had its band break off after less than two weeks...and it broke off at the watch body, so the watch was worthless, no band replacement was going to work.

The Iron Man, on the other hand, while not being radio time-sync'd (atomic standard wwvb in Colorado), seems much more ruggedly built. It does not feel flimsy and the numbers for the watch display are MUCH larger and much easier to read. I basically gave up atomic time setting for ruggedness and ease of reading the display.

If I can remember to do it I will post my results for accuracy testing as I am tracking the performance of the watch over time, so I know often I need to reset it in order to keep it within one second of the atomic standard. (would not matter to most, but I have a specific project that depends on 1 second accuracy).
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