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- Round watch featuring interchangeable slip-through strap and INDIGLO dial with three chronograph subdials
- 40 mm brass case with mineral dial window
- Quartz movement with analog display
- Leather band with buckle closure
- Water resistant to 30m (100ft): in general, withstands splashes or brief immersion in water, but not suitable for swimming
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Timex Weekender Chrono
You just found the only watch you'll ever need. A timeless chronograph that let's you change up leather and nylon straps for the season, the occasion or even your mood.
1/20th of a Second Chronograph
The watch face features three sub-dials: 30-minute tracking at the 10 o'clock spot, 1/20th of a second at the 2 o'clock position, and the seconds hand at 6 o'clock. The primary dial's third hand measures seconds while the chronograph is operating.
Everything You Expect from a Weekender
The signature Weekender double layer slip-thru straps are crafted from genuine leather and nylon providing long-lasting durability and comfort. Indiglo night-light enables readability in low light settings. This watch is water resistant up to 30 meters (99 feet).
- Iconic Versatile Design
- Genuine Leather or Nylon Double Layer Slip-Thru Strap
- Chronograph Measures to 1/20th Second
- Chronograph Tracks up to 30 Minutes
- Date Window at 4 o'clock
- 40mm Diameter Case
- Water Resistant to 30 Meters (99 Feet)
- Indiglo Night-Light
Looking for Instructions?
Please visit the Timex brand website where you can access and download from our digital library of instruction manuals and user guides. All documentation is searchable by product name, style number and features.
- Package Dimensions: 3.5 x 3 x 2.6 inches
- Shipping Weight: 4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B01JO765US
- Item model number: TWC066500
- Batteries: 1 Lithium Metal batteries required. (included)
- Date first available at Amazon.com: October 20, 2016
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
- International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
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|Brand, Seller, or Collection Name||Timex|
|Dial window material type||Mineral|
|Case diameter||40 millimeters|
|Case Thickness||11 millimeters|
|Band width||20 millimeters|
|Item weight||2.24 Ounces|
|Water resistant depth||100 Feet|
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Some people simply can not read :) or look after and for them it is easier to send back an item than read 5 rows and doing a 5 second job. Pity for them ;)
Nightmode and indiglo features are also awesome.
Overall it is an excellent watch in terms of price/ratio, but definitely not for the snobs(dumbs) whom are expecting Tissot quality for 50 bucks.
Once I got in, I didn't even bother to set the watch or read the directions because I was so eager to see what it would look like on and, in my opinion, this larger timepiece looked spectacular atop my smaller wrist...loved it!! My husband even remarked how much he liked it and asked to try it on! Once I sat down to get acquaninted with my new watch, it reminded me of sitting down to dinner with a blind date. Here, I had been reading shining reviews and seeing all these great pics about this watch, but now that I was sitting down and getting to know more about the watch, I began to see some of its flaws...
For starters, the band is thin, as other reviewers have mentioned. While that's not a deal-breaker for me, the overall quality of the strap (which boasts that it's genuine leather, made in India and, side note to my side note: Timex conveniently added a tag in with the watch saying that the strap would and SHOULD show wear) felt a bit flimsy and dare I say, cheap? I wasn't planning using this for my daily watch anyway, so I will remember to give the strap some TLC.
I have rather small wrists for a gal, so adjusting the strap so that the watch would be fitted posed a few problems...for starters, the strap does not have an adjustable "loop?" on the band to tuck the extra slack from the strap into. It has a metal loop that is sewn into the band and remains stationary. This results in a pretty sizeable strap overhang from the absence of this non-adjustable feature. At first, this didn't bother me but then when I ran a quick errand, I noticed that the overhang started getting caught on my purse and seatbelt, among other things. Annoying, but still manageable.
Another quirk about this watch is the latch/buckle that secures it to your wrist. I didn't notice it when I first put the watch on and initially adjusted it, but over time, the corner of the buckle began to dig in to my wrist. If you prefer a looser fit, I don't think you would experience this. Personally, I prefer a more fitted fit but I did manage to remedy this by loosening the band by one notch. This was a perfect solution b/c the watch's face and "supports?" (the metal pieces attached to the timepiece that then attaches to the strap) are so large, that the size of my wrist prevented it from shifting from the center of my wrist. Didn't spin, either!
Timex included paperwork on the water resistance restriction, battery care and warranty in 10 different languages but NOTHING about how to set the chronograph features. They did, however, include a website which provides model-specific manuals to help set their watches. Little bit of extra work, but saves paper consumption in the long run and won't get lost over time, so kudos to Timex!
All in all, it's a beautiful watch. And while there are some quirks that I felt they were worth mentioning, I can work around them if it means keeping this chic piece!
The watch functions accordingly after 1 week ownership. The buttons are rock solid, zero tick sounds, I've figured out the chronograph function yet doubt I'll find much use for it. Appearance wise, this watch is not too flashy, or gimmicky, yet the contrast of the strap against the navy watch face gives it something of a boldness that will draw appreciators of the same ilk. Ultimately this watch will serve as a subtle classic piece of men's jewelry which, for the price, is more than acceptable. I'd probably buy it again.
One thing that may be an issue for some people is that if the size of your wrist allows a lot of the extra leather strap to hang past the buckle then you may have to put up with it sticking out a little awkwardly.