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Very nice, but can you actually read it easily?
on October 21, 2016
This is the kind of watch I like, an "Easy Reader" that will light up in the dark. If you need an "Easy Reader," then you also don't need a watch with a date, because the date window will be too small for you to read! This makes setting it a lot easier - in fact, you won't need any instructions. Nor will the thing bother you with beeps or any other noises at awkward moments, such as the beginning of a symphony when the conductor is just raising his baton or in the middle of your introduction to your son's boss. It does have a second hand so you can take your pulse. It has a leather strap which probably won't give you a skin rsh, even though it may have to be replaced after a year or two. It doesn't look pretentious and it doesn't look too cheap either. What more could you want, except the usual Timex warranty? -- Well, it all depends just how bad your eyesight is. This is an "Easy Reader," but it's the ladies' model. Some of us will need to get a unisex model or even a men's model to be able to see the numbers and (especially) the second hand, without having to pull out our reading glasses. So before you let your feminine vanity run away with you, make sure you can read this dial. If you have any doubts, you may have to walk into an actual store to check it out. Or just buy one with a larger dial!