Summary: I have had an Expedition Resin Combo over a decade and it continues to perform. If you are the type looking for hockey puck size bling to define your sexuality, read no further. This is a low cost adventurer's watch providing needed amenities in a lightweight and relatively compact package with good...
Summary: I have bought this watch a couple of times once when i first joined the military a few years back, once while I was deployed because the first one got messed up somehow, and the third time about a year and a half ago.
Summary: Love the way the expedition resin combo watch looks. But the instructions totally Suck! The Buttons hurt my finger tips. But what bothers me worst of all is the the Date does not show unless you keep pressing one of the buttons. What idiot engineer ever thought that up?
Summary: I am in the US Army and I ordered this watch last February while I was deployed in Iraq. I swapped out the wristband with a homemade tan 550 cord woven bracelet with a fastex buckle. It turned out really cool and it was pretty easy to do.
Summary: My first Timex, given to me as a gift many many many years ago. Had only the battery replaced twice in its life. Nice, rugged-looking but simple style. When I lost it, I bought the same model watch. The old one was found a week after at a clinic.
Summary: Had this watch for a little over a year. It takes turns on My wrist with My other expedition watch..Rugged, Performance, comfortable, Worn all the time, Battery life, easy to read, reliableIt's a good quality watch.
Summary: This watch works for me as I do a lot of international travel. I keep my home local time in the digital display and then merely change the analog to reflect the time in my present location. The watch keeps very accurate time (much better than my Rolex).