Summary: I have owned the watch for about a week now and enjoy it. The screen is large and easy to read, all the information on one screen is very convenient. I own a Suunto Core and Vector, both are great watches but the Timex is a suprisingly good competitor. Its so much easier to operate then the others and has a little more style to it. The weather feature works well and setting up the watch was pretty easy.
Summary: nice watch. I have trouble using/setting some of the modes. I'm visually impaired but can see it okay. Just hard to set is the only thing wrong for me. Other folks may find it easy. I may find someone to help me. Looks great on my wrist. I've gotten compliments. It's also easy to see in the dark with the "Indiglow" feature.
Summary: THe watch functions great, especially if you calibrate frequently. MY only complaint is that I cannot figure out how to recall the lap times. It does not work like the standard timex set/recall buttons. THe Review mode does not show the lap times either. And the user manual gives no clue on this.
Summary: I got this watch about 2 months ago and love it. First of all the batterey has yet to die, secondly most of the functions work flawlessly. I would say the only complaints i have for this watch is that if the watch is on the altimeter it will switch back to the homesreen in 1 minute. Other than that best watch i have to date. Timex Expedition has done it again. Many reviews on other sites complain about a inaccurate altimeter.
Summary: I really like the WS4 for its multipurpose abilities and accuracy. The only thing that keeps the WS4 from being having 5 stars is the fact that I spend 8 hours a day typing and by the end of the day I have a sore spot on the top of my hand wear the watch juts out beyond my wrist. But I would recommend this watch to anyone.
Summary: Received my WS4 yesterday and had the night and today to play with it. Compared to my Suunto Core, much better. Better display and easier interface. No menu's to access. Compared to my Casio Pathfinder, comparible but better features on the display. Hands down, the widescreen display with multi information read outs is the coolest. The only thing I am not liking is the huge black band it is attached too.
Summary: I have had this watch for a couple of weeks. The functions are great and they beat Suunto and Casio Pathfinder in the ease of use catagory. I have had both watches. It does have some quirks such as the weather being a bit off but is is somewhat close. The band is very big on this and bulky. It does get irritating on the wrist sometimes and you need to move the watch around. I found wearing it loose helps.
Summary: i just got the ws4 3 days ago, its a HUGE watch, but it functions well, after quite a bit of calibration. The only thing i've had a problem with is the band can be uncomfortable at times on a hot day and the barometer shows that it is cloudy out or raining on a perfectly clear day, this could be a problem with the dry environment and altitude i live in (3% humidity and 5200 feet) but the altimeter works well as does the compass, which are the main reasons i bought this...