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- Round silver-tone watch with 24-hour time on inner dial
- Quartz movement with analog display
- Protective mineral crystal dial window
- Features buckle closure and Indiglo night-light
- Water-resistant to 30 m (99 ft)
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Timex Weekender Classic
Our most comfortable, versatile and effortlessly cool watch yet! These weekender essentials are designed with interchangeable slip-thru and quick-release straps, so you can easily swap them depending on your outfit or mood. Go beyond the basics; have some fun; make a suit feel less stuffy; do the unexpected. Timex has a strap for every style.
Classic Weekender styles are available in three sizes: 31, 38, and 40 millimeter cases. Also, check out Weekender Chronographs in 40 millimeter cases.
- Iconic Versatile Design
- Nylon or Genuine Leather Slip-Thru Strap
- Genuine Leather Quick Release Straps
- 24-Hour Military Time
- Full Arabic Numerals
- Water Resistant to 30 Meters (99 Feet)
- Nylon Straps are Washable Using a Mild Detergent
- Indiglo Night-Light
Are you ready for the weekend? This is the perfect watch when you just feel like being yourself. A textured play on our classic Weekender collection gives you fun options to customize your straps depending on your outfit or mood.
- Product Dimensions: 5.1 x 5.1 x 5.1 inches
- Shipping Weight: 4.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B004VR9GCQ
- Item model number: T2N647
- Batteries: 1 AA batteries required. (included)
- Date first listed on Amazon: August 9, 2011
- 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|
|Metal stamp||Stainless steel|
|Case diameter||38 millimeters|
|Case Thickness||9 millimeters|
|Band width||20 millimeters|
|Special features||includes a seconds-hand, Water Resistant, Luminous|
|Item weight||2.40 Ounces|
|Water resistant depth||99 Feet|
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- It's a very simply styled wristwatch. 38mm with a stainless case and nylon "NATO" or "ZULU" strap. The straps are easily swapped without the need to remove the spring-bars. As far as features; It tells the time. No day or date feature. (It's kind of ironic that this watch is called the "Weekender" when it has no way of telling you what day it is.) The indiglo backlight, is very bright. It has a 30 meter water resistance, which means you should avoid getting it wet but the odd accidental splash here and there should be no problem. I do know of people who swim in these and report no problems, but I wouldn't risk it. If you truly need a watch while swimming there are far better choices than this.
NOT SO GOOD:
- It's loud. Loud enough to be heard in a quiet room. I have another Timex which is also this loud. I had to synchronize them to keep my bedroom from sounding like "dueling metronomes" at night. To be fair though I have a third Timex that makes no noise whatsoever, so I think there are just some Timex movements that have this issue, and some that don't. But this one definitely does.
- The second hand falls halfway between the indices. (I attached a photo so you can see what I mean) This is probably just a slight misalignment of the second hand and It doesn't bother me at all, but I know some people are driven crazy by that sort of thing.
That's it. There's not much more to say about this one. I like it.
***Update to three years in the future. The second photo is the same watch, worn daily, battered and beaten, with a new band (I forgot why) two batteries later. Still ticking. If these are ever discontinued I will buy ten.
One thing I really like about it is the ability to switch out the straps, I bought a few third-party straps (2pc Ritche 22mm Nylon Striped Black，black/gray Interchangeable Replacement Watch Strap Band) to give the watch a different vibe. The third-party straps are not as nice as the Timex ones (I like the suede lining and higher material quality of the Timex strap, but you get what you pay for), and you have to be careful about the size: I accidentally ordered 22mm straps, but the proper width is 20mm. They still work, but it is harder to get the watch face on and off of them.
-It's a quartz movement so it'll keep time much more accurately than any mechanical watches. I generally need to adjust by a few minutes every couple of months or so.
-I've abused this watch (banging against walls/desks, dropping it on the floor, submerging under water, leaving it out in freezing/scorching weathers) but still runnin like a champ with the slightest of scratches on the glass
-Indiglo has been useful to light up the watch face in the dark
-Timeless design makes it easy to dress up or down
It has some Cons:
-Quartz movements are battery powered which means you'll have to swap out the batteries every few years and you'll probably want to get it serviced professionally (especially for the faint-hearted)
-Quartz movements also mean that you'll have to get used to the classic timebomb "tick" of the second movement hand. If you have an apartment room as small as mine, you'll hear it all night long.
-Probably wouldn't go too deep in the water
-Polish is not very good and somewhat uneven (but it might be from the aforementioned abuse)
-Included nato strap frays easily (see pictures) - probably within the first month but i've learned to live with it... Until I ordered a new one just now.
With all that being said, I'd HIGHLY recommend his watch to anyone who wants a no nonsense cheap watch that keeps accurate time and looks classy. I own 2 mechanical watches but I feel that I have to be extra careful of my surroundings (especially here in NYC) to avoid bumping into a subway turnstile or a construction scaffolding.
That's it. It's probably the best $30 i've spent this year other than maybe the totes umbrella which lasted over a year here in NYC (which is amazing).
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My major complaint is that the face of the watch scratches quite easily which is a shame.Read more