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- Made in USA and Imported
- Easy-to-Read Dial with Minutes Marked for Learning
- Fun Rotating Graphics as Second Hand
- Adjustable and Washable Elastic Fabric Strap
- Acrylic Safety Crystal Protects the Quartz Analog Display
- Water resistant to 30 m (99 ft): In general, withstands splashes or brief immersion in water, but not suitable for swimming.
- Timex Kids Loss protection Plan (Available in North America and U.K.)
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Water Resistant up to 30 Meters
Labeled Hands & Minute Markers
Easy-to-Read Dial, Fun Rotating Graphics
Award-Winning Free Mobile App
Practice time-telling anywhere with our free Timex Time Machines app, developed with Scholastic. Your child will learn skills they need to understand how to tell time in a fun and engaging world. Our app is ad-free and kid-safe.
Available for iOS and Android.
Scholastic – Time Teaching Partner
Like all new skills, teaching time may be tricky. That's why we paired our expertise in timekeeping and watchmaking with Scholastic, the most trusted name in learning among teachers. Together, we've developed fun, interactive tools that enhance kids' core time telling skills.
We Understand Kids
Every Timex Time Machines watch is covered by Timex’s Worry-Free Replacement Plan. If your Timex Kids watch is lost or broken, Timex will replace it with the same style (or a similar style if your style is not available) for up to one year from the original date of purchase, with no questions asked. Please see the warranty information included with your purchase for more details.
Get along swimmingly in this adorable Timex® watch! Resin case. Elastic strap with sea-life pattern. Round face. Three-hand analog display with quartz movement. Dial features pink and blue-tone hands and hour markers, minute track, and Timex detailing. Water resistant. Display case included. Imported. Measurements: Case Height: 28 mm Case Width: 28 mm Case Depth: 9 mm Band Width: 3⁄5 in Band Circumference/Length: 9 in Weight: 0.6 oz This product may have a manufacturer's warranty. Please visit the manufacturer's website or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for full manufacturer warranty details.
- Product Dimensions: 3.5 x 0.2 x 3 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B0000TIKK8
- Item model number: T89022
- Batteries: 1 Lithium Metal batteries required.
- Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
- Date first available at Amazon.com: May 2, 2004
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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|Brand, Seller, or Collection Name||Timex|
|Dial window material type||Plastic|
|Case diameter||28 millimeters|
|Case Thickness||9 millimeters|
|Band width||16 millimeters|
|Item weight||1.44 Ounces|
|Water resistant depth||99 Feet|
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I rate this watch Princess approved :-)
1. Stretchy band makes it super easy for her to put on and take off herself (this may also be a con when she takes it off constantly and loses it, but we've not reached that stage yet).
2. Cute colors
3. It says the dial window material type is mineral, which is apparently a kind of glass. I think it will hold up a bit better against scratches compared to watches whose window is made of plastic/acrylic.
4. Price was good at around $15.
5. She loves the Indiglo feature.
6. If it works, the water resistance is a great feature. We haven't had to try it out yet. Some reviewers say that it isn't water resistant and get cloudiness in the watch face.
1. My biggest pet peeve by far is that the writing on this face is miniscule. I don't know why more people don't mention it, but it's so tiny that you seriously aren't getting any kind of time teacher. The point of a time teacher is to notate counting up by five outside each of the larger numerals. These are so unbelievably tiny, it really is useless. I've attached a picture with this review, and you can see the pink side of the watch is even harder to read because of the lack of contrast with the tiny numbers. The words "hour" and "minute" on the hands are also small, although they are larger than the minute numerals.
2. I thought the "to" and "past" would be useful, but it turns out it just makes it more confusing for my five year old.
3. The ballerina slippers are a little occlusive when you're already having a hard time navigating through tiny numerals and words all over the watch face.
4. The band is way too large for her, even though I've adjusted it up so much that the excess goes past the back of the dial face and hangs out of the side. I don't want to cut it because other reviewers have reported serious fraying after this so we'll just keep it for now.
5. This came with the watch already set and running, which I didn't like because who knows how long the battery has been in use. A lot of reviewers reported batteries dying quickly so I hope that I don't have to immediately go out and buy one for this.
6. This isn't as big of a deal because of the illegible minute numbers on the outside, but I didn't notice when I bought it that the pink and purple sides of the circle don't go up all the way to 60. It goes from 5 to 30 and then back down to 5. I know they did that in order to utilize those "to" and "past" notes, but I think it makes it harder for a young child to understand. Once they master "10:45", then they can learn "fifteen till 11".
That last complaint was something I overlooked on the picture, and like I said, the minutes are so miniscule I guess it doesn't matter. She already has it though and doesn't want anything without the glow in the dark feature so I guess we're stuck with Timex on this one. I would be so much happier with it if it was easier to read.
But when I received it, I realized the minute numbers are different than I expected.
The minute numbers are not listed as 0-60 as I expected. They are 0-30, and then counting down 30-0 during the second half of the hour. I'm not sure what the intention is, perhaps to teach "It's 20 minutes until 3:00"? But either way, I would have preferred 0-60 to be what was on the face of the clock.
But still, my daughter loves the watch and has enjoyed wearing it and telling time with it.
It's easy to adjust and change the time, just like any analogue watch, using the side dial. I haven't taken it in to water, but I imagine it can be splashed a little. We have her take it off before bath-time or going in a pool, just in case. The best part about her having this watch is that now she doesn't ask to wear my $300 Garmin GPS watch.... so that's nice. Here kid, break this one...
The band is comfortable, and easily adjusted by an adult. It is attractive and looks well made and durable. My daughter likes it enough to put it on by herself. Highly recommended!