Timex Men’s T2H281 “Easy Reader” Black Leather Strap Watch

November 16, 2014 - Comment

Fashionable for any occasion, the Timex T2H281 silver-tone stainless steel watch features an easily readable dial with full Arabic numeral display against a classic white dial background. It offers a full-sized, round watch case with slightly raised bezel and a supple, genuine leather strap in black. It also features water resistance to 99 feet (30

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Fashionable for any occasion, the Timex T2H281 silver-tone stainless steel watch features an easily readable dial with full Arabic numeral display against a classic white dial background. It offers a full-sized, round watch case with slightly raised bezel and a supple, genuine leather strap in black. It also features water resistance to 99 feet (30 meters), 10-year battery life, 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. Just pull the stem halfway out, and turn until desired date is reached.

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.Fashionable for any occasion, the Timex T2H291 silver-tone stainless steel watch features an easily readable dial with mid Arabic numeral display against a classic white dial background. It offers a full-sized, round watch case with slightly raised bezel and a supple, genuine leather strap in black. It also features water resistance to 30 meters (99 feet), 10-year battery life, 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. Just pull the stem halfway out, and turn until desired date is reached.

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 mineral crystal 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

Cameron Earl "Cameron" says:

Great watch! I am the type that has not had a watch for years; essentially since I started carrying around a cell phone that could tell me that time without worrying about carrying around another thing. I don’t like going to the effort of carrying around something I’m not really going to use. However, I am now in nursing school, and will forever on need a watch with a second hand to take pulse and respiration rates. This made me sad. I tried to find an affordable watch that I could live with from Sears, Walmart, Target, etc, and utterly failed. If I found something that looked nice it wouldn’t fit, it would be out of my newly-married college student price range, or be unreliable. After returning two watches that I “settled” with, I decided to try my luck on Amazon.Here are the things I find important in a watch: – Has a second hand. That works. For longer than a week. – Will fit comfortably… Won’t be loose, clunky, or excessively heavy. – Will have a classic look…

B. Hamilton "Little Willie" says:

My New Forever Watch I’m far-sighted and I need to remove my glasses to see up close. With a typical digital watch checking the time was a two handed maneuver. This watch is EZ to read on the fly, with a big face and bold numbers. And lemme tell you about the backlight! Bright as heck, you could use it to flag down a jumbo jet (almost). I appreciate that it’s thin, and most of the face is used for the watch, not for some slidey compass gizmo that makes you look like Chuck Yeager or Indiana Jones. Loud ticking? BFD. It’s a watch. If it keeps you up at night you have bigger problems than a loud watch. On the nightstand it’s gonna be loud, so put it on top of something soft, you’ll be surprised at the difference. Thank me later.The thing about analog: I’m not a runner or an aviator, so I don’t need precision chronometrics. If I really need an alarm, I use my phone. I bet my phone has a stopwatch if I really need one. When I check the time, I don’t need to know that it’s 7:56:48, I just need to…

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