Timex Men’s TW5M14500 Ironman Essential 30 Black/Lime Silicone Strap Watch

February 25, 2018 - Comment

Beat your best in this high-performance Timex® Ironman® watch! Matte resin case. Silicone strap with adjustable buckle closure. Round face with digital dial. Features include: 2 time zone settings makes travel easy. Stopwatch with 30 lap memory. 30-lap memory recall for effortless review after workout. 99-lap counter. 1 alarm settable for daily/weekday/weekend with 5 minute

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(as of December 18, 2018 11:50 am UTC - Details)

Beat your best in this high-performance Timex® Ironman® watch!
Matte resin case.
Silicone strap with adjustable buckle closure.
Round face with digital dial.
Features include: 2 time zone settings makes travel easy. Stopwatch with 30 lap memory. 30-lap memory recall for effortless review after workout. 99-lap counter. 1 alarm settable for daily/weekday/weekend with 5 minute back up. Top pusher for easy lap and split option. Built-in setting reminders to quickly and easily set your watch. 100-hour chronograph with lap or split in large digits. Easy to view in low light conditions with INDIGLO® night-light. Easy to use 24-hour countdown timer with: countdown/stop (CS) and countdown/repeat (CR). Clean sport design Countdown timer and alarm. All-day white reflector display. INDIGLO light-up watch dial. Turn on INDIGLO night-light with any button with NIGHT-MODE® feature. Dependable water resistance to 100m.
Display case included.
Imported.
Measurements:

Case Height: 42 mm
Case Width: 42 mm
Case Depth: 12 1⁄2 mm
Band Width: 19 0⁄1 mm
Band Circumference/Length: 10 in
Weight: 1.8 oz

This product may have a manufacturer’s warranty. Please visit the manufacturer’s website or contact us at warranty@support.zappos.com for full manufacturer warranty details.

Product Features

  • Stopwatch with 30 lap memory
  • Countdown timer and alarm
  • Quartz Movement
  • Case Diameter: 43mm
  • Water resistant to 100m (330ft): in general, suitable for swimming and snorkeling, but not diving

Comments

Glenn says:

Great watch – Nice large display!! After my old Timex Ironman finally died after 21 years of reliable service (may it rest in peace after 4 replacement bands and 5 replacement batteries!!), I decided Timex deserved another sale from me!So I went surfing on the Timex website. So many Timex Ironman watches to choose from! But this one stood out for two reasons. 1) It has a nice simple design without a lot of “noise”. 2) A nice large readable display. So I took the plunge!Indeed, Timex has definitely improved on their Ironman watches in the last 21 years. Most notably, the Indiglo light has greatly improved. It used to just light up the background. Now, it brightly lights up the actual digits which makes it undeniably readable without any eye strain. Another great improvement are in the set features. While the older models could only be set forward (in other words, if you went past your set point, you would need to go all the way around), this model lets you set forward and…

JimBO says:

Large numbers, looks good.

Matt C says:

Love the watch, hate the band I like the big numbers on the Timex Ironman watches. The watch bands, however, are an entirely different story….I paid $47.30 for this watch. As of this writing (11/17/17) it’s currently listed as $34.72. Up until a few days ago when the watch just fell off my wrist and into the ocean, I had a love hate relationship with this Timex Ironman watch. Timex Ironman watches are notorious for substandard watch bands.If you’re doing anything remotely athletic with these watches, zip tie the excess band to the band.circa 2004: velcro Timex Ironman watch. After about two years of use, I lost it while surfing. Paddling around on a flat east coast day actually.2014: 5 year old irreplaceable IM Timex band split and broke on the notch.2017: 2 year old Timex IM watch leaks while wearing it in a hot tub for about 8 minutes. I dried it out in alcohol. It works now, but a row of digital lights are unreadable. (?)2017— Monday. I’m paddling around…

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