|Price:||+ $7.94 Delivery|
- Adjustable black 18mm silicone strap fits up to 8-inch wrist circumference
- 100-hour chronograph with 30-lap memory; 24-hour countdown timer; 3 daily, weekday or weekend alarms
- 24-hour military time mode; 2 time zones; day, date & month calendar
- Black 42mm resin case with acrylic lens; gray digital display; Indiglo light-up watch dial
- Water resistant to 100m (330ft): in general, suitable for swimming and snorkeling, but not diving
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|Dial window material type||Acrylic|
|Case diameter||42 millimetres|
|Case Thickness||12 millimetres|
|Band length||Men's Standard|
|Band width||16 millimetres|
|Calendar||Day, date, and month|
|Special features||Calendar, Countdown|
|Water Pressure Resistance||330 Feet|
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My only complaint - Timex and Ironman logos on the watch face - they are distracting. They are about 1/8" above the actual display, cast the shade on it, and spoil what otherwise would be a very clean design.
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 backward (so if you go too far, you can step back without going around).
I don't understand one of the reviewers saying that the watch is too small. The face is quite large. The band may seem narrow in proportion to the watch face, but not excessively so. The band is 19mm wide and fits me just fine.
That being said, my favorite and most frequently worn watch for years now has been my Rolex Yahtmaster.
This Ironman is the real deal. It packs so much functionality into a small profile. As a runner, this has all the features I need for logging times. I could also see this being helpful to chefs with reminders and students with alarms.
The quality is excellent, and in the 10 years or so since my last Ironman, the already legendary brand has somehow become exceptionally better.
I chose the black watch with lime green button. I was worried about it appearing professional, as I am an attorney. No worries. The watch looks great and dresses well both casually and professionally. I may not wear it to tuxedo events, but I will have it on the rest of the time!
I thought I also wanted a lap timer for swimming. I had a list of four Timex watches I was considering.
I liked this one because I like the large-without-being-too-large-face. It’s extremely easy to see. There is a way to count laps within the chronometer.
I love the band, the softness and feel. I like that there are many closely space slots for the buckle.
Some dislikes: The Indiglo only lights up the watch numerals, not the whole watch face. So to me it looks a bit dim.
No manual comes with the watch and I didn’t find it that easy to figure out the functions.
When the chronometer function is on, once you get past
1 minute, minutes and seconds are shown with a decimal point, rather than a colon. For example, 2 minutes and twenty five seconds looks like this - 2.25. Not 2:25. That’s a bit unusual.
The word ‘Timex’ is a bit too close to the Date informational the top of the watch face. The Ironman logo is on the bottom of the face and is distracting.
I will keep the watch, as it’s very comfortable, and has the functions I want. But I think I’ll eventuall buy another Timex Full Size Marathon and try one of the tap Sleeks.
So a number of surprises that took me aback. I read all the reviews ahead of purchase, but didn’t quite understand what others had mentioned.
I bought this model specifically for the silicone strap. I have others (Suunto) with silicone and they are fantastic. But I just wanted a basic watch, like this.
The good - strap is silicone and flexible, but not super-flexible like the Suunto. All of the controls are basic Ironman type, meaning they are familiar The display is basic but good enough and easy to read.
The bad - the strap has a wave pattern on the back like the old crap bands used to have. Look at the pictures in profile and you can see that on the band. I have no idea why they thought this was a good idea. But those wave pattern ridges cut into your wrist. Why? Dumb idea. The Suunto is smooth all along the inside.
Also, this watch has just one alarm, which is just info and not really a good or bad thing.
I still wear it, even with these issues.