Timex Ironman 50 Lap Watch
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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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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.
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.
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).Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Went through three of these watches in six years. Average life of two years.
watch #1 stopped working after getting wet
watch #2 just froze and never worked... Read more
I like the fact that there are a variety of timer functions on the watch. It's waterproof too so I can take it for swimming or water sports. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Jian Long
My son's band broke within a few months and cannot be replaced, so I had to toss the watch. Went swimming with mine, and now there is condensation inside watch, making it fuzzy,... Read morePublished 12 months ago by J. L. Messina
Great running watch. Poor watch band. This is my fourth replacement, and the bands always break after 10-12 months of use. Read morePublished 14 months ago by wh
The wrist band is just barely long enough for my big wrists, but I really like it.Published 14 months ago by TWM
I am using even private also to work.
Reputation from friends well, I am very satisfied.
I am very satisfied with this product.
Dr says steel makes my wrist allergic , I never had allergies before from metal, wonder who makes it ? lolPublished 16 months ago by kozmo