Excerpt: The Timex Expedition WS4 was developed and field tested by world-renowned mountaineer Conrad Anker . You, like me, probably will never take this watch to the same places Mr. Anker did, so don't be intimated, you can still benefit from all the features as casual outdoor recreationalist. In fact, with the release of this watch, Timex launched the "Return the Outdoors" program, a joint endeavor with Conrad Anker and the Conservation Alliance.
Summary: Timex finally released a self-branded watch for people who actually like watches. The Expedition WS4 is a sensor and function-laden wrist-top tool made for pro explorers and urban dwellers alike. This is the first watch of its type from Timex, and the company took its time to make it stand out from the competition. The large face on the rectangular case offers a lot of information at a glance, while the menus are easy to use given everything that the watch does.
Excerpt: What’s that? Come here, sweetie. They didn’t mean it. What did they say exactly? Come here. Stop crying. Ok. Count to ten. Deep breath. They called you “fattie?” You’re just bigger than the other sports watches, sweetie. Look at Suunto. Or look at Casio’s Pathfinder line. You’re about the same size but you have more features! What? The T-Touch said that? Well the T-Touch doesn’t have a huge, extremely readable digital face with plenty of at-a-glance information.