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- Movement - Quartz(739)
- Water Resistant - 100Meters(328 Feet) Water Resistant
- Case Diameter - 40 MM
- Crystal - Mineral Crystal
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Hang onto your handle bars! Indiglo night-light activation is now at the flick of your wrist. No hands, no buttons and no wasted batteries. Thanks to the patented technology in our FLIX system, your other movements won't waste your light, drain the battery or leave you in the dark.. OVERSIZED Digits. All Day INDIGLO display. INDIGLO night-light. NIGHT-MODE feature. Long-wearing polyurethane strap. 100-lap memory recall during chronograph operation with lap and split times. Best lap, average and total segment time with date. Dated training log diary. 100-hour chronograph with lap and split. Single button lap reading-automatic release. User programmable variable interval training timer
- Package Dimensions: 3.6 x 3.1 x 2.6 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2.4 ounces
- ASIN: B0000U0LRC
- Item model number: T66801
- Date first available at Amazon.com: December 12, 2001
- Average Customer Review:
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I bought this on Amazon from Pro Sport Watches and the service was above average. They provided three day priority shipping at no additional cost and they provided tracking. I've not had to use their customer service. So I can't comment on that.
The watch is very good looking. It is also light weight. You hardly know you have it on even though it is a big watch.
I bought it to replace both my Data Link and my Ironman.
I wanted a watch with at least five alarms, which this one has. The alarms are very easy to set. Just make sure you arm the alarm or it won't go off.
It also has a timer, which is great for workouts. And it has a chrono. It also has a memo. I can't see using it for memos but some people might find that useful.
The watch is easy to read as the letters and numbers are big. And the backlight is great if you need it.
You can set two timezones if you have reason to and you can use either 12 or 24 hour time. I think those are really great features.
The price I paid is a real bargain as the watch retails for around $70.
The information that comes with the watch is poorly written. It comes in several languages, which is annoying. But worse yet, it doesn't give full instructions or details on how to set and use the watch. So you have to read it carefully if you're new to this type of watch. Having had several, I figured it out quickly.
Poor documentation is the worse thing about many products today and this is one such product.
I find these Ironman watches last a very long time. My newer model Data Link didn't last long and I'm having it replaced by Timex. But they're not the same as the Ironman. I also had the first generation Timex Data Link 150, which after about five years started going out on me. They have the Ironman features but the added task of the data. I've had very good luck with the basic Ironman watches and I hope this one lasts a long time too.
One thing I do not like about this watch is the way the date is displayed. It has the year first (to the left), the month in the middle and the day to the far right. This is not what I'm used to, the month, day and year --- in that order. I don't know why they opted to put the date like this. I guess in time you can get used to it but I prefer the standard way to read the date.
It's a very handsome watch for either a man or a woman. I highly recommend it.