Timex Expedition Fast Wrap Watch for Men
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The Timex® Expedition Fast Wrap Watch is perfect for the active outdoorsman. In addition to keeping accurate time, the Expedition features three alarms, an Indiglo® night-light, a 99-lap counter, a 100-hour countdown timer and much more. The Expedition is also water resistant to 100 meters. Strap on a Timex Expedition Fast Wrap Watch and let your outdoor adventures begin!
Manufacturer model #: T48061.
- 100-hour chronograph
- 100-hour countdown timer
- 99-lap counter
- 3 alarms
- 2 time zones with date
- 12/24 hour time
- 24 hour countdown timer
- Indiglo night-light and all day display
- Water resistant to 100 meters
Timex® Expedition Fast Wrap Watch for Men
I purchased this watch for my boyfriend's birthday. He absolutely loved the watch! It was very similar to the watch he had (which was broke) but, he liked this one better because the face was lower profile. He even said he was able to set it and the controls were much like his old watch!
The band is really nice - adjustable, sporty, and comfortable. He really liked the Indiglo button b/c it is on the top of the watch, not the sides. Excellent value - excellent watch!
December 15, 2010
I have had mine for several year. Two wrist bands later the watch is still working good. I am about to replace it due to the face getting so scratched up I can barely read it. As another reviewer has stated the buttons could be a little more durable. I have never had an issue with water penetrating the watch, I have worn it hunting and fishing in the rain and swimming in the pool. Hopefully the quality has not diminished with the newer ones.
June 9, 2010
ok watch, Be careful with water
I had similar issues as another reviewer. The water-proofing is not adequate. If you are going to get the watch wet, select a different model.
November 9, 2008
Good Watch Fair Price
I purchased this watch because I needed a watch with 2 time zones and alarms. the back lighting is good and it's easy to set up. The buttons could be a little more durable (I am hard on watch's). After landing a few fish (and submersing the watch) I noticed that there was water under the crystal. I opened the back to let it dry out and carefully closed it back up but the problem continued until most of the numbers do not display now even after completely drying out. I am going to try sending the watch to Timex maybe they will fix it under warranty. I will probably purchase another one and if Timex fixes this one I will have a spare. I like the watch maybe I just got a bad one. It shouldn't leak just sticking your hand underwater.
July 31, 2007
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