Timex Women's Ironman Triathalon T5J661 Resin Digital Watch with LCD Dial
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- Ironman Triathalon Collection
- Digital Movement
- 100 Meters / 330 Feet / 10 ATM Water Resistant
- 41mm Case Diameter
|Brand, Seller, or Collection Name||Timex|
|Dial window material type||Mineral|
|Case diameter||41 millimeters|
|Case Thickness||10 millimeters|
|Band width||19 millimeters|
|Water resistant depth||100 meters|
Keep track of all your best times with the Timex High Tide full-size digital watch. This watch is water-resistant up to 100 meters (330 feet) to deliver exceptional timing underwater and in harsh conditions. The NIGHT-MODE and INDIGLO features provide easy-to-read timekeeping. Timex Ironman Triathlon 75 Lap watch with chronograph timer/alarm, calendar day and date display, titanium bezel, and resin strap with fold over clasp is the perfect watch for anyone.
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Based on the photos, I was expecting the wristband to be gray.
Instead, it's tan/off-white.
Surprisingly, I've gotten unsolicited, positive comments on its appearance.
I never cared for the color- it doesn't look like what I'd expect based on the photo.
Two other issues:
You REALLY have to push HARD on the buttons to set/adjust/stop the various functions which is a bit of a hassle.
Also, the wristband has now discolored like a piece of cheap jewelry to a bluish-tinged appearance.
I've ignored this because most often it's hidden under my sleeve.
Bottom line: While this wristband should outlast other models, it's not the most attractive of the bunch.
UPDATE: Like the others, my clasp broke today... no "incident," the catch is simply gone.
Watch lasted 12 months, 2 weeks.
This is normal for Timex's. I'm wondering when they'll offer a "Timex prime" plan where you pay them $10/month and just throw your watch away every year.
Also, the asking price on this thing is nearly $60 higher than when I bought it.
That would have lowered my rating to 1 star... and I would NOT have accepted this watch for a nearly $100 asking price.
The real downside to this is that the band isn't replaceable, and mine just broke. So, I've got a watch that I can no longer wear.
In short, don't buy the watch if you want this to last.
However, like two of the other reviews, I had the same problems. The white, rubber of the band quickly became discolored. The more I wore it, the more the discoloration. Then the clasp broke. I tried to find a replacement clasp because I really do still find the watch comfortable. It'd be easy to replace -- if there was such a thing. There is no replacement available. I even called Timex to ask about a replacement. The only way to replace the clasp is by sending the whole watch into Timex. They'll either replace the clasp or the whole watch, but I have to pay the bill to have them replace the 50 cent part, or just end up putting it in a drawer.