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- Adjustable black 20mm genuine leather & fabric strap fits up to 8-inch wrist circumference
- Black dial with full Arabic numerals; date window at 3 o'clock; 24-hour military time
- Durable black 40mm resin case with acrylic crystal
- Indiglo light-up watch dial; luminous hands
- Water resistant to 50m (165ft: in general, suitable for short periods of recreational swimming, but not diving or snorkeling
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|Dial window material type||Acrylic|
|Clasp Type||Tang Buckle|
|Case diameter||40 millimetres|
|Case Thickness||11.5 millimetres|
|Band length||Mens Standard|
|Band width||20 millimetres|
|Special features||includes a seconds-hand;water-resistant;luminous|
|Water Pressure Resistance||50 metres|
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My first watch was a Seiko 5 (SNK 805) which set me back nearly $60, but requires a winding machine to keep it wound up when I'm not wearing it, and since I've gone on a little watch-buying binge every subsequent watch has been a quartz watch so I don't have to buy another winding machine.
If you're looking for a watch along the lines of a Seiko SNK805. In other words, if you're looking for a good field watch but would rather spend $25 than $60, this is just the watch for you. While the Seiko will not just tell you the date but the day of the week while this watch just tells the date, there is a negative difference, I suppose. Still, I always know what day of the week it is.
One cool feature of most (all?) Timex watches is the Indiglo face which glows in the dark when you press the crown (winder). This is accomplished not with a backlight, but with a chemical coating on the face which glows when excited electrically. Not only does it help keep the cost of the watch down, but it actually works better than the glow in the dark numbers and hands used by most lf the competition.
If I have more to say later on, I'll be back, but right now I'm quite happy with the purchase.
I purchased this watch in Feb of 2017. When it arrived it fit my expectations as far as appearances go. I immediately noticed some issues:
1) The metal buckle tongue (the part that goes through the holes in the strap to hold it on your wrist) had a sharp edge and constantly got caught on clothing. I've had it snag several shirts and I considered sanding/polishing it to remove the burr however I was concerned it would ruin the finish. After it ruined one of my shirts I regretted not doing that. Clearly this isn't something that should have to be done to a new watch.
2) The day of the month dial broke a few weeks after I received the watch. After having the watch about a month the day of the month got stuck between 19 and 20. Nothing I did could get it to move either way.
3) After a few months of using the watch it started losing time. I occasionally noticed it was behind by minutes or hours. I'd correct the time and started to wonder if it was a bad battery but then it'd work for weeks on end without issue (and the backlight worked fine).
4) Second hand broke a short time later and it no longer kept time at all. Again I considered it might be the battery however the backlight worked fine and the watch was still really new so I didn't think that was the likely issue.
I contacted Timex support and explained the issues. I believed my watch was still under warranty (as it was about 9 moths old). Their support told me (via email) that I could send the watch in to be looked at. EVEN IF IT WAS covered by the warranty I'd have to pay $8 for handling to replace it. I sent it in. A few weeks later I received a package in the mail with a note saying my watch could not be repaired and they had given me a new one. It included an invoice for $8.
Clearly I don't like the idea of having to pay $8 when it was a defective watch. However before I even thought about that I noticed that the new replacement watch was ALSO DEFECTIVE. The backlight doesn't work at all and the second hand gets stuck often/constantly.
I've emailed their support back telling them I'm not paying the $8 and hope they make this right however after spending the time back and forth with them (time is money), mailing replacements, etc. the cost of this watch is only growing far beyond what is reasonable.
7/2018 after several unanswered emails I’ve given up on trying to get an answer from Timex support about the defective replacement. I opened up the watch and checked the battery and it was flat dead (0v). I ordered replacement batteries (again at my cost) and after installing it the watch did move again however the Indiglo feature was no longer working. I no longer trust the watch to keep accurate time nor Timex’s support so I’m just going to toss it and move to a better brand.
Speaking of which I ordered a Smith and Wesson watch which looks smilies and has worked great with no issues so far. I’ve also found the glass of the Smith and Wesson to be far more scratch resistant than the Timex. The Smith and Wesson wasn’t that much more than the trash from Timex.