Reviews and Problems with Timex Unisex T5K085 1440 Sports Resin Strap Watch
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gets the job done
Randilyne Huckaby "trying to master online sh..., amazon.com
7 March 2011
Summary: this watch is good for the price. it is a little tricky to set the time and date but there are help guides on the internet. I haven't had mine too long but the finish is staying in tact pretty well for how hard I wear it, but I know it is only a matter of time love the color as it goes well with anything.
Summary: I've even had other people help, and even with the instruction book its very difficult to set the time. I also accidentally set an alarm that goes off every day and I can't figure out how to turn it off!
Summary: I bought this watch to wear at work and I like it very much. My only complaint is that I have to push one of the side buttons for the date. I prefer it on the face with the time, but other than that it's a good watch.
Summary: I purchased this inexpensive watch for a trip to Hawaii and a lot of snorkeling. A total waste of money. Went on the fritz the first day of being in and out of the water. Ended up in the garbage can at our rental.
Summary: I bought this watch a few years after giving away my Timex Ironman (to someone who needed it more than I did), trying to find one I liked as well, and I have to say this one fits the bill. It's very comfortably sized, the band doesn't pinch, and best of all, it's proven itself to be very watertight, and has suffered no damage from being worn while bathing two small children.
Summary: I liked the watch as a cheap, practical sports watch with a decent alarm function. Setting the alarm wasn't intuitive, and it was easy to accidentally activate the stopwatch, etc. But I would have lived with that for the price, because all I *really* wanted was a watch and a daily alarm reminder. But the strap broke suddenly (with no trauma--just fell off one day) after only a couple of months of light wear.