Summary: I had exactly the same watch for 4 years, it worked flawlessly. I loved it for its digital/analog feature, and the indiglo light. Unfortunately, I broke it last summer. I found the identical replacement in Walmart and bought it.
Summary: Watch feels solid and really like the combination of analog/digital [FUNCTIONS: time, date, stopwatch, countdown timer, alarm]. Love the gunmetal finish though not sure how long the finish will last.
Summary: This watch was delivered to me in a "timely" manner!! Timex itself is a great, traditional, quality watch; "time-tested"!! (I couldn't resist!) This particular style is a rugged watch, handsome, with many cool features. I recommend it.
Summary: I wanted a watch that was metal with a metal band because the PU watches disintegrate on me and I broke the steel band off of my last resin Timex. I haven't even fitted this watch yet and I think will return it, for the following reasons. 1. its HUGE!
Summary: Why in the world would Timex put a watchband on this thing that cannot be adjusted by the owner? So I pay $47 for the watch, plus 20% for shipping, then I have to pay another 10% to get a couple links removed by a service center? I ordered online to avoid having to go to a store in the first place.
Summary: I love this watch. Not only is it failry fashionable, but it also has an LCD screen with all the digital functions that one typically desires on a watch. Most importantly, and the reason I chose this watch, is that unlike the similar Casio combi (which I had for the past few years), this one allows...
Summary: First: my 5 basic requirements in a great watch: 1) all steel - for quality and durability. 2) combo: analog/digital. 3) a nightlight - indiglo seems to be the best. 4) digital features: chrono, timer, alarm, etc. 5) overall look and feel - color, size, weight, design.