Improving your endurance requires adherence to a specific training schedule, and the Timex Ironman Traditional 30-Lap Mid-Size Watch is exactly the type of device you need to monitor progress and stay on course. The 30-lap memory recall and 100-hour chronograph record individual lap and split times while 15 preset occasions allow you to set reminders for each activity in your training regiment. Plus the mid-sized face won't end up being as wide as your wrist.
- 30-lap memory with a 100-hour chronograph
- Lap/split data is displayed in large, easy to read fonts
- 24-hour countdown timer with stop and repeat helps you monitor progress
- 15 preset occasions allow you to set reminders
- Three alarms with five minute backup keep you on time
- Three time zone settings assist during travel or daylight savings
- Durable resin strap is comfortable on your wrist
- Water resistant to 100 meters for rainy-day runs
- Indiglo nightlight makes it easy to read the watch in the dark
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Great watch for the active type
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: True to size
I have been wearing/abusing Timex watches for the past 10+ years - I rarely take mine off (typically only when forced for dressier events) - you never know when you are going to need to time something - right?
The band on my last one recently broke so I decided to try this one out - the band on this one is much sturdier than the past few I have had so that's already a big plus since the watch tends to outlast the band. I recently traveled across the US for vacation and the 3 time zone feature came in very handy - its easy to use and allows for a quick change in each part of the country without having to reset your main time zone setting.
Another fabulous feature is that you can change modes without having the watch beep each time you press a button. (If you have had a cheap Timex 1440 you have dealt with the beep)
I haven't had a chance to try out all of the functions and don't see myself ever using the Occasion alarm that lets you set alarms for birthdays/anniversaries, etc (I use my phone for that sort of thing).
You really can't go wrong with a Timex.
Tried and True.
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
- Fit: Runs small
This watch has been on my wrist for the majority of the past 4 years of my life. The smaller size and reliability are exactly where they should be, and these things last forever. I had one secondhand from my cousin and it lasted several years after I received it. It is the quintessential chrono, timer, timepiece, and alarm in a waterproof, sport package. This is just a great watch. It's just right on my small wrist.