Timex Women’s T5K459 1440 Sports Digital Silver/Translucent Purple Resin Strap Watch

November 16, 2014 - Comment

Make every minute count (1440 minutes in a day) with these fun, value-priced digital watches.Midsize model fits smaller wristsFeatures Included: INDIGLO Night-Light24-Hour ChronographStopwatchDaily AlarmTwo Time ZonesDate DisplayDurable and Lightweight Resin Case and StrapThe Timex Women’s T5459 1440 Sports Digital Silver-Tone Case Translucent Blue Resin Strap Watch offers a crisp, digital dial with a 24-hour chronograph,

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Make every minute count (1440 minutes in a day) with these fun, value-priced digital watches.Midsize model fits smaller wristsFeatures Included: INDIGLO Night-Light24-Hour ChronographStopwatchDaily AlarmTwo Time ZonesDate DisplayDurable and Lightweight Resin Case and StrapThe Timex Women’s T5459 1440 Sports Digital Silver-Tone Case Translucent Blue Resin Strap Watch offers a crisp, digital dial with a 24-hour chronograph, and a daily alarm. It’s ideal for your daily running, swimming, or jogging routine. Plus, it offers a two time zone setting that makes traveling easy. An Indiglo┬« night-light features allows you to tell time even in low-light conditions while a durable, acrylic window offers protection from scratches and nicks. The light-weight durable bezel, case, and watch strap are made from strong resin. The watch is equipped with reliable quartz movement and is water-resistant to 165 feet (50 meters)

Product Features

  • Indiglo night-light
  • Durable and Lightweight Resin Case with Resin Strap that adjusts from about 5″ circumference to about 7-3/8″ circumference
  • 24-Hour Stopwatch
  • 24-hour chronograph
  • Water resistant to 165 feet (50 M): suitable for swimming and showering

Comments

Amanda says:

Reliable watch with useful features 0

Liz Brian says:

About what you would expect This watch is priced cheaply for a reason. I bought two Timex watches to replace my old running watch – this one and a more expensive Timex Ironman, which cost $34. I wanted to see if there was really a difference and there is.The main issue is the buttons. They are small metal knobs on the side and difficult to push. By the time you have finished setting the watch, your fingers are sore. Fine if you only set the watch once, but if you are buying this for any of the other features, you will be pushing these buttons a lot: every time you use the chrono, timer, or alarm functions. Also, every time you switch between functions.Also, there is one less button on this watch, the lap button. You are not able to time laps on this watch! So you have set, mode, indiglo and stop/start. The Ironman series has set/RECALL, mode, indiglo, stop/reset and start/split. The start/split button is on the top of the watch, making it easy to use while on a run.These…

Angela Streiff says:

Great watch for a young lady. Has indiglo back light. 0

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