Timex Women’s Ironman 30-Lap Digital Quartz Mid-Size Watch, Black/Gray – T5E961

February 25, 2018 - Comment

The undisputed favorite in sport watches crosses nearly every finish line in the world. Built to be lightweight and sealed for water resistance, the iconic five-button design gives you direct access to all timers, alarms and of course our Indiglo night-light. Product Features Iconic Performance Design Sports Stopwatch with 30 Lap Memory Countdown Timer &

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The undisputed favorite in sport watches crosses nearly every finish line in the world. Built to be lightweight and sealed for water resistance, the iconic five-button design gives you direct access to all timers, alarms and of course our Indiglo night-light.

Product Features

  • Iconic Performance Design
  • Sports Stopwatch with 30 Lap Memory
  • Countdown Timer & Alarm
  • Resin strap with buckle closure
  • Indiglo Light-Up Watch Dial
  • Water resistant to 100m (330ft): in general, suitable for swimming and snorkeling, but not diving

Comments

❤ Becca ❤ says:

Does the Job I decided to start running and wanted to find a decent timer/stop watch to time my runs. Spent probably 4 hours researching watches similar to this and finally went with this one. I really liked white but was fearful it would get dirty easy or turn colors as other reviewers have stated. I haven’t had it that long so if it does I will return to update my review. I’ve used it for 2 weeks now and no signs of discoloration. It didn’t come with instructions so I’ve been trying to figure out all the features without them. I will try and look online for something because there’s a few things I don’t fully understand. I’ve only been using the “chrono” option, which is a stop watch feature. The “timer” option you have to set the total time and then it counts down when you start it. Docked one star because it did not come with instructions and the band is kind of long where the strap end sticks out about an inch too far from the keeper (the little tab that holds the band…

greg_r says:

Fine for a man (with skinny wrists) I have an older mens ironman which has gotten a little beat up and needs replacing. The band is much longer than I need. The metal clasp sits off-center on the underside of my wrist, closer to the part of my wrist which curves around to the front. The too-long strap sometimes flops around and catches on things. I couldn’t find a smaller-band mens version, so I tried this “womens” watch (picking the most manly-looking one, of course). I like it better. The band fits my wrist much better, with the metal band in the middle and no flop. I also like that the watch is lighter and the face and band are smaller and less bulky, so it is less noticeable when I’m wearing it (cycling weight weenies will appreciate this). The face is still large enough to be easily legible and contains all of the same great features as my mens ironman watch, plus the newer versions now have an hourly chime, nice! Other info: my wrist is ~17.5cm or ~7.0″ around. On this watch, I use the 6th…

Liz Brian says:

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