Summary: I started using Ironman watches eight years ago, when I started long distance running. These have all the functions I need for training. I wouldn't be without one. I've had this particular model for the past two years, and my only complaint it that the "beep" for the interval timer is way too quiet.
Summary: the buttons are big, but if i sleep with the watch i don't accidentally reset anything. i like the look. simple and sleek. i like the resin strap - i know some people complain about the rigidity but i haven't been bothered at all.
Summary: Love this watch. I've had it for two years with no issues. I had read about the band falling apart and haven't had any problems at all. When I push the buttons, I make sure to brace my opposite finger on the watch and not the band. Maybe this has helped me avoid the catastrophic band failure.
Summary: I purchased this watch a few weeks ago to do interval running. It allows you to set intervals of different durations and it beeps when each interval ends. Everything works well, the only problem I have with this watch is that the alarm sound is not very loud.
Summary: I bought this because I wanted a watch that easily kept track of my spilts for the Chicago Marathon. It is super easy to store and recall. It doesn't have a ton of extras, but you can get your average pace, spilts, overall time. It has been sturdy and fits my small wrist well.
Summary: I love this watch. I actually own two of these. I work in the medical field, more specifically in MRI, and I feel lost if I don't wear a watch everyday. I have to wear a digital watch working in MRI and I can't imagine that there would be any better a watch than this one for the money!
Summary: My skin is sensitive and so have to wear jewelry that won't break me out - have been wearing some version of this type of sports watch for years now - this is my second on this exact watch - have never had any issues with it - the other one's battery finally died and I had bonked it hard enough to...
Summary: I bought this watch 5yrs ago as a way to keep up with my newborn twins nightly feedings. (which, between the indiglo light and the multiple timers worked very well!) I wore it 24/7, overnight, and in the shower. The band died at about one year, and I chucked the timepiece in my nightstand.