Reviews and Problems with Timex Women's Weekender Watch T2N640
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John Mc Gough, amazon.com
16 December 2011
Summary: I ordered a Timex ladies watch for xmas. When it arrived it was the wrong watch (it did not have the date and time, as shown in the diagram). I called them many times, to be told that the illustration does not accurately describe the watch! It's now Friday before Christmas. After promising to get back to me (at 2PM) I called repeatedly. Finally I was informed that they closed for the weekend!!!
Summary: I tend to be very hard on watches, and got tired of constantly having to have my "good" watch repaired, so I got this cheap, decent looking Timex about 8 years ago. It has outlasted all watches I have previously owned, and required nothing more than replacement batteries and watchbands. Has all of the features that I commonly use except for not having any kind of lighted display. Extremely good value for the money... now the only watch I use.
Pros: No lighted display, battery replacement somewhat difficult.
Cons: No lighted display, battery replacement somewhat difficult.
Summary: I have bought about 15 years ago a timex watch with a stretch metal band, because it was so hard on watches that I needed one a month. 10 years later, I ran it over with a lawn mower. IT STILL WORKED! The band got stretched from the lawn mower, and Timex replaced it for me. Several years later, while swimming, I lost it. I immediately purched the same one. I will never buy any other.
Summary: I have had Timex watches before and have lost them in the most undesireable places - one was in the driveway all winter through snow and ice. It worked perfectly when I found it in the Spring thaw and was exactly an hour off because of Day Light Savings Time. It is unaffected by the water which gets on it when I wash my hands during the day. It looks sharp with any outfit.
Pros: Many watches I've had stop working before a year. This just keeps on going.