Excerpt: As far as I can tell, this is one of the simplest watches available: you get nothing but a typical analog clock face. I don't like bulky watches. I find them uncomfortable and strange-looking. The Timex Camper, however, is a slim, simple watch that seems to fit well on my skinny wrist.
Excerpt: I bought this watch because I had the Timex Camper in green and loved it so. This is still in the box as a backup. The Timex Camper is very lightweight; easy to read and has a wonderfully loud tick! So if you enjoy the ticking sound as I do - this is a sweet watch.
Excerpt: I love this watch! Usually watches are too big for my wrist; however, this one is adjustable with more holes than usual and the insert where the extra part of the strap goes is movable which is great!
Summary: I bought this watch at a beach in summer of 2004. Wore it for golf, swimming, overseas travel, camping and hunting. It stopped last week. Buying another one before you raise the price and charge what it is worth.. Battery lasts forever.
Summary: I own many watches including a Vitoriox Swiss Army watch. But this little camper is my favorite. The nylon strap has lasted years of daily wear and it doesn't rot like leather or pinch like metal. The battery is long-lived.
Summary: Very nice watch. Not too heavy or too large, just a great, basic watch. Like the clean styling, easy to read hands and numbers. Also like the ability to wear it while swimming, body boarding, snorkeling. Great value for the price.
Summary: I bought this watch in 2005 while I was in boot camp. It made it through boot and Iraq and I still wear it to this day. Haven't changed the battery once, still glows and has never lost time. If I ever lose it im pretty sure I would by the exact same watch again.
Summary: I had been shopping for a man's watch that would fit my small wrist. This watch is perfect...lightweight, large face, small enough band. Love it!.easy to read, stylish, Worn all the timeloud tickAffordable, dependable