Reviews and Problems with Timex Ironman 30-Lap Full
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Great watch for swimming.
mulchman "mulchman", amazon.com
25 January 2012
Summary: I swim 3 days a week and finally decided that it was time I used a watch in the pool. I recommend this watch. I bought it for three reasons: #1: I wanted a lap counter. I often swim 18 or 36 laps, and find that I sometimes forget how many laps I've done.
Summary: I've had this watch for 4 years now, and I've loved it every day I've had it. It keeps great time; as a matter of fact, I ran the St. Jude 1/2 Marathon this past December, and it was within 1 second of the chip timing from the race.
Summary: I recently received this watch as a gift. It is a replacement for the exact same model that I've been wearing for a few years now. The only update was that the backlight on the new one is green instead of blue.
Summary: I LOVE my watch!!! What more needs to be said. This watch has traveled with me all over the country and has always kept me on time. The 30 lap memory is perfect for my training workouts. Sadly the date LED went bad so I sent it back for repairs and you sent me a brand new one!
Summary: I am a repeat buyer of Timex Triiathalon Series watches. The features are great. However, on this model, the "Start/Split" button, which controls cycling through the set time zones, is obtrusively large. This allows the time zone to be changed unintentionally and without the wearer's knowledge.
Summary: I ordered a Timex Indiglo watch to replace the one that I had bought in 2004 for my elderly father - he's 97. The prior one stopped working and battery replacement would not get it going. I had the new one shipped directly to him.
Summary: I like this watch. Its not too bulky for my skinny wrist. The face shows the time in large enough numbers so its easy to see. I've only had it for about a month, but so far I'm pretty happy with it.