Timex Men’s T20041 “Easy Reader” Brown Leather Strap Watch

November 16, 2014 - Comment

This Timex Watch (but not any battery, crystal, band, or strap) is warranted to the owner for a period of ONE YEAR from the date of purchase against defects in manufacture by Timex Corporation. Timex will not repair defects relating to servicing not performed by Timex Corporation. This limited warranty applies to US Customers.Stay on

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This Timex Watch (but not any battery, crystal, band, or strap) is warranted to the owner for a period of ONE YEAR from the date of purchase against defects in manufacture by Timex Corporation. Timex will not repair defects relating to servicing not performed by Timex Corporation. This limited warranty applies to US Customers.Stay on time for meetings and important dinner engagements with the Timex T20041 men’s watch, featuring a large, easy-to-read full Arabic numeral display. The round watch case has a highly polished bezel that frames a silvery white dial background that also offers black hands (with red seconds hand), small minute indexes, and a day and date display at 3 o’clock. With the Quick Date function, you can set the date on the watch without turning the crown for every 24-hour period. Other features include a 10-year battery life, water resistance to 30 meters, and a supple, textured brown leather strap.

The Indiglo night-light uniformly lights the surface of the watch dial using patented blue electroluminescent lighting technology. It uses less battery power than most other watch illumination systems, enabling your watch battery to last longer.

Product Features

  • Though the classic, versatile design of this Timex watch is certainly desirable, its easy-to-read dial with large, bold numbers is what really sets it apart from other timepieces.
  • Quartz movement with analog display
  • Protective acrylic dial window
  • Features leather band, brass case, second hand, Indiglo┬« light, and date window at three o’clock position
  • Water resistant to 99 feet (30 M): withstands rain and splashes of water, but not showering or submersion

Comments

Thomas R. Hurley says:

A remarkable value 0

Shelley Gammon "Geek" says:

not just a man’s watch, easy to read I’m not a man, and don’t like bulky men’s watches on my small wrist – but I’m getting older and cannot read the microscopic dials on most ladies watches.The dial is big enough to read without me having to cut my arm off, lay it on a table and step back 5 feet… and the Indiglo is so mild – in the middle of the night, I can press the light and I can easily read the time without a harsh light assaulting my eyes or without it being so dim, I have to nearly wake up all the way to read it.For a large dial watch, the wrist band is fairly narrow, which is why I selected this watch. I also like having not only the date on the watch, but the day as well. I love technology and had a TI digital watch iin the 1970s and have had several digital watches in my time with many features – but I appreciate looking at an analog time piece.My less than perfect review stems from two things:1.) To set the day (not date), you have to crank the time around a…

Caponsacchi says:

All this and John Cameron Swaze, too! Young people have no idea what they’re missing (their loss is actually ours, since they’re not aware of it). Not only have LP’s and CD’s gone out of style (replaced by downloaded MP3 files) but watches as well (replaced by the digital read-outs on cellular phones and iPods). I’m sorry, but the only thing that keeps me functional in our overly-digitized, gadget-driven world is a plain-old, plain-spoken, fashion-resistant watch like this Timex with a bland analog face that even a mother wouldn’t love–only a great grandmother or someone with as long a memory as mine.But this piece is redolent with its own memories–of the special telecasts of all-star live jazz spectaculars sponsored by Timex and hosted by former newsman, John Cameron Swaze. Amid the flurries of fringe-reception snow, you might catch momentary sight of Benny or Louis or Ella and even hear a few notes of “Perdido” or “When the Saints Come Marching In.” But most memorable of all were the commercials: Timex…

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