Reviews and Problems with Timex Kids T749514E Blue and Pink Flower Time Teacher FabricStrap Watch
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Perfect as girl's first watch
11 January 2012
Summary: My daughter's first grade class is working on telling time on analog clocks; this watch (given as a Christmas present) fits the bill to supporting that mission. The face is numbered each on all twelve hour markers (in one type size and color) and for each of the five-minute intervals (in another size and color), with tick marks for each minute.
Summary: I bought this watch for my second grade daughter. She likes it a lot! The wrist band stretches and is easy to get on and off and is easy to clean. I do not recommend the velcro wrist band on other watches.This one works great for her and the price is reasonable as well.
Summary: I purchased this watch for my 8 year old daughter as Christmas Gift. It stopped working exactly three weeks later. She swims 4 hours a week and after three weeks the strap lost its color and became gray. Although I suspected that may happen I didn't expect for water resistant watch to collect water inside (there are water droplets under 'glass'). Water resistance was a main reason for choosing the watch, therefore I am very disappointed (and my daughter even more).
Summary: We have one of these Timex themed watches for each of our kids. We love these watches because they are good-looking and fun to watch the picture go around the face of the watch. But more importantly, as a parent, I really like these watches because the hour and minute hand are color coordinated with the numbers on the watch face, and the minute numbers are shown in counts of five. It makes learning how to read an analog watch much easier and fun for kids.
Summary: I got this for my 7 year old daughter for her birthday and she loves it. The pink and denim colors go with every outfit she wears. There are three little flowers that move around the face of the watch to keep the seconds and the hour and minute hands are different colors to help keep them from getting confused.