Timex Watch

Timex-Military-Classic

Timex is a brand everyone knows because of their digital watches which have been enjoyed by millions thanks to their reliability, simplicity and low cost. The Timex Ironman is a perfect watch for an owner that is not all that concerned with their watch, save for its ability to communicate the time. While they aren’t fancy, they are a known quantity in the market. In this way, the Timex digit...

Timex-Military-Classic

Timex has a new military model available for sale on their website, and we love the styling as much as the price. The Timex Military Classic is a quartz driven stainless steel watch that Timex designed to be reminiscent of WWII aviation equipment. Regardless of its roots, this piece has...

Timex-Lap-Brights-Collection

Yesterday Timex announced a new collection of Ironman watches called "Lap Brights." Similar to the profusion of competitor G-Shocks, the Lap Brights have a competitive list of features: 30-lap memory. 100-hour stopwatch. Countdown timer. Alarm. Dual time zones. 200m (660ft) water resistant. Available in white (shown), yellow, violet, pink, blue,...

Timex-WS4

Up for review today is the Timex WS4, their new entry into the field of 'ABC' watches, which stands for Altimeter/Barometer/Compass. Actually, this one also has temperature, but that's getting ahead a bit. Here are some quick stats: Widescreen shape - unlike the Casio Pathfinder or Suunto Core, this one...

Timex-Expedition-WS4

Timex is launching the new Expedition WS4 this month with a planned limited availability and full release by May 2009. List price is $199. Available in black, orange, yellow, blue, and white, the WS4 is an interesting re-think of the outdoor watch, using a much larger screen with a wide...

Timex-Ironman-Shock-Solar

What can you can say about one of the popular watches of all time? We all know the Timex Triathlon as the standard in Walmart watches. It’s familiar black and orange case and large screen has been around for years and has graced the wrist of millions. Timex has gone...

Timex Releases Shock Resistant Solar Watches

We're big fans of Timex watches here at Watch Report. They have a wide variety of styles, functions, and we think Timex represents excellent value. However, we've always wondered why they haven't tried to compete more directly with Casio G-Shocks. G-Shocks have been extremely successful for Casio, and although Timex...

Review of the Timex iControl

View the Timex iControl Photo Gallery. MP3 players are becoming an increasingly standard piece of workout equipment. Music can help keep runners "in the zone" or help keep weight lifters' adrenaline pumping, and audio books and podcasts can help us make more efficient use of our workout time. Now that...

The Timex iControl IRONMAN

Apple's line of solid-state iPods have long been popular for exercise and sports. The iPod shuffle and nano are shockproof and have a longer battery life than the higher capacity hard drive models, making them a great choice for running, hiking, and general active use. The nano can even be...

The New Timex T Series

Timex has just introduced the new T Series, a collection of simply-styled analog quartz watches incorporating Indiglo, long battery life (7 years), stainless steel cases, and good water resistance (100 meters, or 330 feet). Several have perpetual calendars, which automatically correct for shorter months, and others have chronographs (stopwatches) for...

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