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- Lug Width: 14 millimeters
- Sports Stopwatch with 30 Lap Memory
- Countdown Timer & Alarm
- Durable 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
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|Dial window material type||Acrylic|
|Case material||Stainless steel|
|Case diameter||33 millimetres|
|Case Thickness||12 millimetres|
|Band length||7.5 Inches|
|Band width||14 millimetres|
|Water Pressure Resistance||330 Feet|
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Ironman Classic 100
The Timex Ironman Classic 100 features a large display and fast 5-button access to 100-lap stopwatch memory, customizable alarm and interval/countdown timers. Water-resistant to 100 meters with Timex Indiglo backlight.
|Ironman Classic 100||Ironman Classic 50||Ironman Classic 30|
|Occasion reminders with 15 occasions||-||✓|
|Lap memory recall||100||50||30|
|100-hour chronograph with 99-lap counter||✓||✓||✓|
|Recall of laps & total time (latest workout in chrono)||✓||✓||✓|
|Recall by date with summary of best lap and average lap (multiple workouts saved in chrono)||✓||✓||-|
|24-hour countdown timer with ability to repeat up to 99 times||✓||✓||✓|
|Interval workout sessions||1||1||-|
|Number of interval timers per session||9||2||-|
|Customizable alarms with daily, weekday, weekend and weekly options with 5-minute back-up||5||3||3|
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Pics show comparison of my prior mens ironman with this new "womens" ironman. Photo order is confusing (couldn't figure out how to change that). They are, from left to right: (1) mens band (wider and clasp is off-center on my wrist, end of band hangs over the edge of my wrist -- too long for me -- catches on things), (2) womens band (less wide and clasp is more centered on my wrist), (3) womens watch, (4) side-by-side, mens on left, and (5) mens watch, looking a little beat up
My major complaint about this Timex is that they really cheapened the band, so you can feel as soon as you take it out of the box that it is going to break sooner rather than later. Instead of a high grade rubber that will withstand heavy use and activity, this is a cheap hard plastic that will likely crack with minimal use. The design of the watch means that it will be impossible to switch out a broken band with a new one. Timex wins twice over - it breaks sooner, and you need a new watch (not just a band) sooner. Hugely disappointed.
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Learning how to setup the watch should be no problem if you’re no stranger to the older Timex Ironman watches. Even if you’re not familiar, it is pretty intuitive and the instructions are well written. We travel to Asia fairly often, so the functionality of being able to check 3 different time zones is extremely convenient. Not much to say about the chronograph functionality, very simple and straightforward to use. I use it every time I work out. Same with the timer functionality, very simple and straightforward with countdown stop and countdown repeat options. Indiglo is awesome to have as always. Great way to discretely check the time if you’re at a movie or something (instead of a glaring smartphone screen). I don’t really use the alarms since the chime isn’t too loud. Wouldn’t wake me up if I’m in a deep sleep. I let my iPhone do the waking up for me. The Occasions functionality is nice, but I don’t use it. That’s another job I leave to my iPhone. Haven’t replaced the battery yet since the current one is still going strong.
I have to be careful with the band. Prolonged exposure to the sun will weaken it and will cause it to start cracking. And with constant putting on and taking off the watch, the cracks will get deeper until the band eventually breaks. I know this from experience with my previous Ironman watch. And I’ll tell you, replacing the band is a pain in the butt. However, for this to happen, it needs a lot of constant exposure to the sun. My old band broke because at the time I swam outdoors for about an hour 5 days a week. I’ve had no problem with this band on my current Watch of 3 years.
In summary this is a great watch. Highly dependable, with very good functionality, and affordable (I bought mine at $30). Highly recommended.