Summary: Bought this as a Christmas present for my 8 year old son. Should have inspected the product when I first recieved it!!!!! When he opened it, I noticed the box was pretty beat-up and worn looking, but that was just the begenning. Several days later, after all the packaging had been thrown away (of course), my son let me know that the watch was always wrong. Also, the glass had a small crack in it he said was there to begin with.
Summary: I got this watch for my son's 6th birthday and he loves it. Great size for a childs wrist, lightweight and seems to be fairly robust. It also has the second graduations and numbers in small type to assist with learning to tell time. Hard to go wrong at the price.
Summary: For my 8 and 9 year old Christmas 2011 this was their first REAL watch. I threw this in sort of as an afterthought with the toys. They are both wearing their watches every day and are much more involved in timing things, being aware of what happens when. The watches haven't missed a beat. Pros Accurate so far Mineral face More attractive in person than the picture Light weight easy to wear Comfortable rugged band. Indiglo for $15?
Avoid the expensive fragile toy store watches and get your kid a Timex!
Joel Avrunin "Electrical Engineer who loves S..., amazon.com
4 January 2012
Summary: I am truly impressed by the construction and value you get in this great looking Timex Kid's Watch. I was shopping for my 6 year old son, knowing he desperately wanted a watch so he could be a big man just like his father. He is always trying to find out the time, so it was a perfect present for him. A brief perusal in the local toy store was disappointing. Many Disney and other branded watches that cost over $20 each and look uncomfortable and poorly built.
Summary: Great watch for the price, lights up nice, and the perfect size for my 8 year old son. He recieved it for Christmas 8 days ago and hasn't taken it off. The velcro band is good for his age and active life.
Summary: My husband and I purchased this watch for our son for his 7th Birthday 2 months ago. I like it because he uses it to practice telling time, which is right on track with his 1st grade math lessons. It fits my son's wrist quite well. It's pretty sturdy, yet the wristband is fabric so it is comfortable. One bonus is that if the watch is lost within the first year after purchase, you can pay $10 to get it replaced from Timex.
Summary: I work outside quite a bit and take care of lots of dogs, so I thought, at this price, why not try this kid's watch... and guess what: it's great. It doesn't have cartoon characters and doesn't scream that it's intended for children, and the band is infinitely adjustable, which is great for me because my wrists are pretty tiny. It definitely looks rugged, and I wouldn't wear it for a dressy occasion, but it's just right for everyday and especially for working.
Summary: I bought this watch for my 11 year old son. He loves it. He is telling us the time frequently throughout the day now. He also loves the night light feature so he can check the time even in the dark. My son has cerebral palsy and he is capable of utilizing the night light feature on his own.