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1. Timex T309T Space-Saver Alarm
$69.99
2. Timex Nature Sounds Auto-Set CD
$69.99
3. Timex Nature Sounds Auto-Set CD
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4. Timex 3400T Indiglo Portable LCD
$48.95 list($65.00)
5. TIMEX 48661 Expedition Combo Digital
$189.88 list($224.99)
6. TIMEX 52832 Speed and Distance
$36.79 list($55.00)
7. TIMEX Digital Compass Sports Watch
$21.95 list($30.00)
8. TIMEX 20441 Woman's Easy Reader
$35.96 list($40.00)
9. TIMEX 52141 Woman's Rush Sports
$6.99 list($10.95)
10. TIMEX 3502T Travel Alarm Clock
$113.99 list($159.99)
11. TIMEX 53501 Speed and Distance
$90.00 list($89.99)
12. TIMEX Ironman Data Link USB Watch
$29.95
13. TIMEX 50772 - Triathlon Watch
$69.95 list($84.99)
14. TIMEX 57781 100 Lap Ironman Fitness
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15. Timex T601G Nature Sounds Clock
$18.86
16. TIMEX T438T MegaSound Alarm Clock
$13.95
17. TIMEX 3605T Indiglo® LCD Alarm
$15.95
18. Advance by TIMEX 4056 6 Natural
$34.99
19. Timex Black 50-Lap Sleek Full-Size
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20. TIMEX 3408T Eagle LCD Alarm and

1. Timex T309T Space-Saver Alarm Clock Radio

our price: $29.84
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Asin: B000092TSX
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Timex
Sales Rank: 154
Average Customer Review: 3.27 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Timex T309TT triple-alarm clock radio lets you wake to your choice of AM/FM radio, buzzer, or any of four nature sounds (wind, brook, surf, and forest spring). Yes, you read correctly: the triple-alarm system lets you set three independent alarm times and wake sounds.

Even if you're waking alone, you might want to set the device to trigger, say, soothing nature sounds at 7 a.m., a gentle radio station at 7:15, and a blaring buzzer at 7:30 just in case your heinie is still in the sack when it ought to be in the shower. Use the convenient 7-5-2 system to set your alarm(s) for the week, weekdays, or the weekend.

Store up to 18 radio stations in memory, accessible through six one-touch tuning buttons. The radio offers drift-free PLL (phase-locked loop) digital tuning and displays station frequency and preset numbers.

Time to crash? Drift into sleep to the radio or soothing nature sounds using the programmable sleep timer. The unit also offers a 99-year calendar (2000 to 2099) with year/month/day display and a sure-alarm battery backup system.

What's in the Box
Alarm clock radio and a user's manual. ... Read more

Features

  • Triple alarm system lets you set three independent alarm times and wake sounds
  • Wake to choice of AM/FM radio, buzzer, or four nature sounds
  • PLL AM/FM digital tuning and display of radio frequency and up to 18 programmable preset station numbers
  • Use the 7-5-2 system to set your alarm for the week, weekdays, or the weekend
  • Sleep to the radio or soothing nature sounds using the programmable sleep timer

Reviews (22)

4-0 out of 5 stars A very nice clock
It's a good clock. The display is easy to read, and the settings for the display light range from a dim light that is just enough to read the time to a bright night-light.

The radio is very good too. I live near a radio station that doesn't happen to be one of my favorites, and this little radio actually picks up other stations. Until now, the only other piece of equipment that could pick up anything but the closeby station was the big stereo in the living room.

The battery back-up is excellent. It had its test this morning after my power had been out all night. The buzzer alarm still went off as usual! 5 stars for the battery back-up!!!

Now, there are only 2 drawbacks. First, it is kinda complicated to program. I've had to reset things a couple of times now, and both times I had to get out the instruction book to complete the process. But the instructions are well written and easy enough to follow. Just don't lose that booklet. Second, all the "nature sounds" just sound like white noise. "Thunderstorm" or "ocean".... I can't tell the difference.

All in all, it's an excellent clock. Very reliable and it looks nice, too. I would recommend it to anyone.

2-0 out of 5 stars Bad User Interface
~First, the good stuff: the battery back-up is useful, and the sound is much better than the average clock radio. The problem is that it's almost as hard to use this clock as it is to program a VCR, which is bad news for a device you have to use when you're exhausted. You will have to keep the user's manual next to this clock. Even that may not be enough. Yesterday, manual in hand, it took me several minutes to figure out how to turn the alarm off indefinitely (luckily, turning it off for one~~ day only is much easier, although the distinction between the off-for-a-snooze and the off-for-the-day buttons is non-intuitive). I'm still not entirely sure why I finally could turn the alarm off indefinitely after repeated tries using the sequence described in the manual. I suspect there is an undocumented but required time-delay between pushing one button and pushing a second button that turns the thing off. The other feature that I was surprised by is the time display, which is a backlit~~ LCD rather than an LED. This may be personal taste, but I find LCD simultaneously more intrusive and harder to read in a darkened room. This type of display does look more stylish in daylight, however.~

4-0 out of 5 stars It's a Really Nice Clock!
I bought this clock about 2 years ago and it is still working just as good as when I bought it! The preset stations and setting the alarm and time was very easy to figure out. Just like someone else said on here, didn't ever get out the book to figure it out. The sounds all sound the same, but didn't buy it just for that. If the sounds would be clearer I would have rated this a 5. I love the 3 alarms that's a really great feature plus you can select five days a week or 7 or just daily. I do however sleep very sound and wish the volume would go up higher, but it works. I recommend to anyone to buy it, as the narrow upright sleek look is great. Would be a nice addition if Timex made it with those updates and maybe a bluelit background instead of the orange, as I like everything to match.

1-0 out of 5 stars PIECE OF CRAP!! WANT TO THROW IT OUT A WINDOW!!!!!!!!!
The only @#!$%@#! radio stations that come in are those obnoxious, grating, god awful tejana stations full of crap music and obnoxious DJ's. Every other freaking normal station (in English, its AMERICA!!!!!! for pete's sake!!!!) has tejano static in the background. every 5 seconds i have to adjust it so that the station comes in better, but it never works. this thing is a HUGE piece of #@@!. DO NOT BUY IT!!!!!! IT IS USELESS!(...)

4-0 out of 5 stars I don't know what these people are talking about!
Most of the poor reviews here refer to the difficulty in setting the time/alarms on this clock. They say you need the instruction manual every time, yada yada yada. Here's the difficult sequence required to set the time: 1)Hold the "Time" button until the time flashes 2) press "Up" and "Down" until you reach the proper time. I did not use the instruction manual at all in my operation of this clock--it was totally self evident. As far as having to press up or down a million times, like one reviewer noted, try HOLDING it, it starts moving very quickly. The alarms are set similarly, and are turned off by touching one button, e.g. to turn off the buzzer alarm, press "buzzer" (reviewer "Jonathon Shakes" said it took several minutes with the instruction manual to figure this out??!!) I mainly wanted to refute these claims as they made me hesitant to buy the clock, and they are totally groundless.

Other than that, I would say it is a very good clock radio. I like the digital tuner, I like the three alarms and the ability to set each independently for 7/5/2 days. It has a good antenna and good speakers for a clock radio. It is small and loud and has a lot of features. The main drawback is that the "nature sounds" mostly sound like static, and repeat themselves like every three seconds. But that's not why I bought the thing, and I just don't use them.

Give this clock radio a try--it's really not as bad as everyone here is saying! ... Read more


2. Timex Nature Sounds Auto-Set CD Clock Radio in Black - T625B
list price: $69.99
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Asin: B0002UBEEY
Catlog: CE
Sales Rank: 1774
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Features

  • Automatic-Set CD radio and alarm clock
  • Triple alarms with individual wake times and alarm sounds
  • Sleep to CD player, radio, or nature sounds with 90-minute sleep timer
  • 0.9" white-on-black "negative" display
  • Four nature sounds: Brook, Ocean surf, Wind Chimes and Birds

3. Timex Nature Sounds Auto-Set CD Clock Radio in Titanium - T625T
list price: $69.99
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Asin: B0002UBEFI
Catlog: CE
Sales Rank: 3610
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Features

  • Automatic-Set CD radio and alarm clock
  • Triple alarms with individual wake times and alarm sounds
  • Sleep to CD player, radio, or nature sounds with 90-minute sleep timer
  • 0.9" white-on-black "negative" display
  • Four nature sounds: Brook, Ocean surf, Wind Chimes and Birds

4. Timex 3400T Indiglo Portable LCD Intrusion Alarm Clock

our price: $10.99
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Asin: B0002Q7I2U
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Timex
Sales Rank: 1678
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Amazon.com Product Description

With its tiny size and clear, 1-inch LCD, Timex's 3400T portable digital clock is a perfect travel companion. The clock's cool Indiglo display is easy on your eyes when you check it in the dark. Enjoy 1-minute to 4-hour naps with the unit's handy nap timer, and select from either 12- or 24-hour clock settings. The clock runs on 2 AAA batteries (not included) and measures 2.5 x 4 x 2.125 inches (W x H x D).

What's in the Box
Clock and a user's manual. ... Read more

Features

  • 1" LCD display
  • Bright Indigo night light on demand
  • Nap timer setting from 1 minute to 4 hours
  • Requires 2 AAA batteries
  • 2.5" x 2 1/8" x 4"

5. TIMEX 48661 Expedition Combo Digital Compass Sports Watch
list price: $65.00
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Asin: B0000TIJE0
Catlog: Watch
Manufacturer: Timex
Sales Rank: 4359
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6. TIMEX 52832 Speed and Distance Ironman Triathlon Watch
list price: $224.99
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Asin: B0000ANGXD
Catlog: Watch
Manufacturer: Timex
Sales Rank: 1270
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7. TIMEX Digital Compass Sports Watch
list price: $55.00
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Asin: B00006I5YS
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Timex
Sales Rank: 5253
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • For the rugged outdoors men who love to answer nature's call, Timex now offers you a watch that helps you get around in the great outdoors
  • This sports watch features a digital compass so you'll never get lost in the wilderness
  • The all day Indiglo Night Light uniformly lights the surface of the watch dial using patented electroluminescent lighting technology so you can tell the time in the darkest of nights
  • Other features include - water resistance up to 100 meters (328 feet)
  • Countdown timer

Reviews (4)

4-0 out of 5 stars Grate product
The watch is grate. The only thing I am confuised about is the compuss but if you know how to use it ,it works grate

5-0 out of 5 stars GREAT WATCH FOR THE PRICE!
This Timex watch is great. I have used it for several months now. I don't seem to think the display is light. I use this watch at school most of the time. It also works well in water. It doesn't seem that you have to push hard for the indiglo to work at all; it seems fine. Timex has always stood up to their slogan, It takes a Licking and Keeps on Ticking.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Watch but could have been better
Received this watch a about a week back. Here is what I feel so far:
Compass: After initial calibration, the compass works great. Its really easy & fun to use.
Display: Display is not that bright without the Indiglo light. So in low light conditions or with indoor lighting you may have trouble seeing it.
Indiglo light: Works great at night, when you press the light button hard enough. There is a night time mode as well, where it will light up using any button. The night time mode only lasts for 7 hours. After that it goes back to day time mode. I wish there was some way to keep the night time mode on all the time.
Stop Watch/Timers: Stop Watch and Timer works great. You can start and stop various laps, though I don't have much use for it.
Overall:
Great watch for the price. The Display needs to be a little brighter.

3-0 out of 5 stars great watch
this is a great watch. i haven't found much use for the compass yet but i'm still looking. ... Read more


8. TIMEX 20441 Woman's Easy Reader Dress Watch
list price: $30.00
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Asin: B00006J6U8
Catlog: Watch
Manufacturer: Timex
Sales Rank: 111
Average Customer Review: 4.33 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars Stylish and comfortable watch
I've had this watch for 2 years and have been very pleased with both appearance and functionality. For those of us who travel and need to change time frequently, this analog watch is perfect. Light up function is great. Highly recommended.

4-0 out of 5 stars Sleek, modern and a good value
This watch is of a clean, modern design that can go with both casual and work clothes. It features a light-up function for the dark (just press in the dial on the right), so you can see the time at night. It keeps time solidly - no cumulative lagging or skipping ahead. The numerals and minute/hour hands are large and clear enough that I can read them without my glasses or contacts - great for right before bed or first thing in the morning. My only problem is that the strap can snap off easily - mine did when I caught it in a strap while I was putting on a backpack. Hence, you may need to reattach or replace the strap, which is likely to wear out or break long before the timekeeping part. Still, the quality of the timepiece makes this a fine product, and a good value for the price.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good watch for work and evening!
Very practical watch but not unfashionable either. Dear wife has used it over the past 8 months and loves to wear it to work and to parties. Highly recommended, especially now that it is only a fraction of the original cost. Grab one while it is still in stock at your favorite store! ... Read more


9. TIMEX 52141 Woman's Rush Sports Watch
list price: $40.00
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Asin: B0000TIJHC
Catlog: Watch
Manufacturer: Timex
Sales Rank: 1009
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10. TIMEX 3502T Travel Alarm Clock
list price: $10.95
our price: $6.99
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Asin: B00007E8E6
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Timex
Sales Rank: 4888
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Product Description

0.7 LCD displayBright Indiglo night-lightProtective cover for travelUses 1 AAA battery2 1/4 W x 3 1/2 H x 3/4 DShipping package dimensions: 3.5x4.75x4.5 (len x wid x dep) ... Read more

Features

  • When you're on the road you can't afford to rely on wake-up calls or whatever alarm clock happens to be in your room
  • With this handy & easily transportable travel alarm clock you will always have your own personal wake-up call whenever you need it
  • Protective cover keeps your clock safe from the elements & rigors of travel
  • Indiglo feature makes it easy to tell time in the dark
  • Other features include - accurate quartz movement

11. TIMEX 53501 Speed and Distance Ironman Triathlon Watch
list price: $159.99
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Asin: B00006J6U1
Catlog: Watch
Manufacturer: Timex
Sales Rank: 1661
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (5)

5-0 out of 5 stars No complaints from me
I have had my Speed & Distance system for almost a year now and you won't hear any complaints from me. I train 3 to 4 days a week using various runs (Long, Tempo & Speed) and my system has helped me keep track of all of them. I find it to be accurate and easy to program. My only wish would be to have the faceplate angeled so I could read it a little easier, especially while doing my speed work.

I live in New Mexico so I haven't had any problems with reception like other people have had. Even when I was vacationing in the Midwest during the Summer I never experienced any reception problems. When I wear it during a race I just make sure to look around to see if anyone else has one and I make sure I stay away from them.

The reason I especially like my system is that I don't have to limit myself to where I run. I can run anywhere and still know how far I have gone and at what pace. It really keeps the boredom out of my runs, especially the long runs. During races it has kept me on my goal pace and has helped me improve my "personal best" times. I also wear my watch when I bicycle and rollerblade with my kids.

If you do plan on buying one and using it alot then buy rechargeable batteries, it will save you money.

3-0 out of 5 stars Temper your expectations:
I am a 3,000+ mile per year competitive marathon runner who received this watch as a Christmas present. I have now logged a half dozen runs with the watch and have a pretty good feel for its operation.

RECEPTION: My first run was in a mild snow blizzard. I had virtually no reception during the 8 mile run. I figured that either I was using it incorrectly or it was broken. My next five runs or so were in clear conditions and the reception has been much better. The watch will lose a signal or (worse) become inaccurate when dropping into deeper valleys or when running amongst thicker tree cover. But the watch recovers with an accurate distance once you emerge back out in the clear. The receiver does not work well on the belt; you'll have to put it on your arm which for me is a less desirable location.

ACCURACY: The distance is rather good. The "current pace" is often ok and sometimes poor. In very clear conditions it gives a reasonably solid reading. But in even mild tree cover the pace varies wildly. I ran the last three miles of my long run at exactly 5:52 pace (over flat course with measured 1/4 miles) and the watch reading varied from 7:03 pace to 5:22 pace. This is a bit more extreme than normal operation, but you will likely also find the pace to vary.

ERGONOMICS: I am a skinny runner and I don't know how big Arnold's bicep or wrist is, but the straps on these things are ridiculously large. There is a strap for the receiver unit (around the arm) and a strap for the watch. I have double and triple wrapped the straps and still have annoying yards of extra straps flapping about. At the very least, Timex should have included smaller straps to fit the "average" runner. The receiver unit is a bit bulky and heavy but I guess it is up to Garmin/Timex to try to make it smaller. The watch strap has some new "snap" latching mechanism that doesn't work for smaller wrists so the watch keeps falling off. I dropped the watch in a snowy mud puddle on my first outing (so much for having the option to return it) and it has fallen off frequently since. I am a bit annoyed that I now need to go out to purchase a $3 velcro strap to replace the one it came with.

Overall -- a decent unit for measuring overall distance and sometimes for reasonable current pace readings. The straps and latching mechanism are obvious areas for improvement. You might wait a year or two to see if Garmin/Timex can improve the reception quality, the current pace accuracy, and make the unit smaller; who knows, maybe the price will drop too?

4-0 out of 5 stars A Great Runner's Gadget
I've been a distance runner for 20 years and have always been fascinated with how far each run took me, how far for the year, how far for career, etc. Until now, I've had to estimate the distances for which I couldn't drive a car or ride a bike. With experience, one can do this pretty accurately by time if the same course is run several times. This new Timex product makes it easy to do every time.

I've never worn any sort of radio or tape player on my arm, but had no trouble at all with the GPS tranceiver. I was able to adjust the band so it was secure and after a half mile or so forgot about it. The watch is bulkier than a normal Timex Ironman; women with slender wrists may have trouble wearing it. Being larger, however, means a larger display (which is also very crisp) that is easy to read while running.

In addition to the normal Timex Ironman functions, this unit gives distance, an odometer, and all kinds of time/distance data such as average speed, max speed, current speed, etc. The speed information isn't very interesting to me. I have a hard time relating MPH to pace per mile. Also, I can calculate average speed on my own. But that ability to track distance...

I enjoy being able to head out on an unknown course (and frequently have to when on business travel) and know just how far I've gone when I return. This watch is especially useful this week when the Northern Virginia area is covered with two feet of snow and I'm forced to improvise with parking lots, cleared residential loops and other unfamiliar areas.

Will I wear this watch every day? No, only when running unfamiliar routes (I have a perfectly good Timex Ironman that I'll use). Will I miss it if I'm forced to alter a course for some reason? You bet! Would I wear it in a race? No, of course not. 1) Race courses are already measured; 2) I know what my mile splits should be; 3) It is kinda bulky--not something I'd combine with my racing flats.

Overall: awesome technology for running geeks! It won't help you run faster, but for those of us who must know "how far," it's liberating. I gave it a 4 versus 5 only because I haven't had it long enough to evaluate things like battery life (advertised 12 hours for transceiver, probably 3-5 years for watch).

If you're a serious runner who never wears a watch, don't get this. If you're a serious runner who always wears a watch, who's always trying to work out distances, this is the watch for you.

1-0 out of 5 stars Good Concept, Poor Product
What a good concept, a GPS wrist watch. If it only worked.

First, if you live in a city with tall buildings (like New York City), good luck getting a constant signal. The GPS receiver only works with a very clear (not just clear) view of the sky. Also, hiking in the woods poses a problem for the unit which is much more tempermantal than conventional GPS systems and like buildings is effected by trees and mountains.

Despite Timex's claims that it can work under a light garment, I found that to really work, the GPS receiver must be totally exposed. The unit also had difficulty working in poor weather.

I also noticed a significant delay in registering changes in speed and, on several occasions, the unit would show that I was moving between 2 and 2.3 mph when I was totally still. It even showed movement when the GPS receiver was placed on the ground.

If you want to see how fast you are going or how far you went, use a conventional GPS which are more reliable and which unlike the GPS 100 can tell you where you are and where you have been.

2-0 out of 5 stars disappointed: speed data useless no position data
I'm disappointed.

Due to limits of gps accuracy
the short term speed data (at running speeds)
is so noisy it's useless.
My pace varied +/- 1 minute/mile
while running at a steady 7 min/mile pace.
The average speed is a bit more helpful
but sort of useless towards the end of a long run.

You'd think they'd have tested this out
and created a moving average to smooth out the data.

Also there's no option to display your position.
It is a GPS--seems an easy thing to add
and could be very helpful in a pinch!

The GPS receiver itself is a bit cumbersome:
uncomfortable bouncing with the belt strap
and picked up interference from my heart rate monitor.
Wearing the GPS receiver on the arm band
rather than the belt clip is a bit uncomfortable at first,
but you can get used to it, the bouncing is eliminated,
and there's no interference with the heart rate monitor.
I have the feeling that you may get some hand and wrist swelling from the arm strap for long runs (3-4 hours).

On the positive side,
the distance data is accurate
(over more than very short distances).

Compared to heart rate monitor, which can revolutionize your work out, I'd call this an over priced running gadget, rather than a serious work out tool.

I suggest waiting until the prices come down, the speed data is smoother, and GPS data is included.

-bill ... Read more


12. TIMEX Ironman Data Link USB Watch
list price: $89.99
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Asin: B0000U5BYU
Catlog: Watch
Manufacturer: Timex
Sales Rank: 1070
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Watch!
I, like many people, have to decide which electronic devices to carry with me at a time. Usually I have my mobile phone, which stores all my phone numbers (or at least, the 300 most commonly used ones!). But, many times I want my schedule with me, especially since I travel a lot, and having the flight times and numbers stored with me would be great. With this watch, I can bring along all of those times and schedules, store important appointments that I don't want to forget (when my PDA is not with me), and have phone numbers like American Airlines with me at all times in case the planes are late.

Additionally, it stores my lap times from my runs, and transfers them automatically to the Timex Trainer program which comes with it. This lets me track and chart my progress over time, and against my goals.

Finally, I want to point out to another reviewer that he lost the sound when he changed batteries because he put the back of the watch on upside down. It fits either way, but is designed to have the 5 dots on the back over the USB port. If you install it the other way, you get no sound. I've changed my battery as well, and had no problems.

2-0 out of 5 stars Excellent watch, unless you need to add data on the fly
I've used the Casio Data Bank for a number of years. I was frustrated with the eight character limit for names, appointments, etc. Ultimately I had to succumb to the lure of the Timex Ironman Data Link USB Watch. It was so exciting, I was able to store full addresses, e-mail, and multiple entries for individuals, add lists of people for one contact site, password protect "note" files. I didn't even have to change watches to go swimming. Bill Gates had nothing on me...I was connected to my PC and my watch could do it all!!!

I added the software to my PC at home, at work, and my laptop! I knew I could synchronize my PDA and my watch whenever I needed to. When I got to work I wanted to load my work contacts to my wonderful new watch...I was ready to leave my PDA at home! Life was to be celebrated. I was no longer a pack animal with my laptop, PDA, address book, brief case and note book...I could stop leaning to the left from the weight. I could stop whining about having to carry so many things all the time.

Wait a minute...What do you mean it doesn't have a calculator! Egad, you mean I'll have to carry one? How did I miss that in the specs???

Then I realized that when I connected my watch to my laptop or work computer to transfer additional information, the information in the watch was overwritten. There I was, no PDA and not enough information. Then I had to manually enter all my "countdown timers" on all the computers (trying to guess every combination I might ever need because you can't add anything without being attached to a computer). I also had to add all the appointments / contacts / alarms / notes / options / interval settings to all the computers. They have to be the same on all the computers, or everything gets dumped and you have to add it all over again. Ironman Data Link USB acknowledges that a "data transfer" between the watch and a computer would be great, but that is not currently an element of this watch. They are probably working on it, and it will be great, but it would certainly add to the cost of the watch.

I wanted the Fossil USB watch, but, alas, it was out of my price range. At least the specs suggested that the Fossil combines the best elements of the Timex and the Casio (USB information transfer plus on the fly entry).

After about eight months I needed a new battery (I use timers and alarms a lot). Also, the glass face of the Timex Ironman Data Link USB Watch is flush with the watch housing. This means that it gets scratched and bashed frequently.

Now my alarms no longer make any sound (yes, I did all the troubleshooting and option checks, sound checks, and tagged the sound identifiers to make sure every thing was working like it was supposed to)...and now it just blinks at me...silent ... where once there was the "Loud" "Funky Tune" "Countdown" "alarm". Now there is nothing but the memory.

Though I love my Timex Ironman Data Link USB Watch, nonetheless, I am afraid I will once again have to return to the Casio Data Bank (if I can find one somewhere!!!).

5-0 out of 5 stars Scheduler with no battery worries!
An organizer on your wrist. This product has been on my arm for the last four months. It has lots of memory for phone numbers and addresses. Schedule multiple events per day with a very clear and user friendly scheduler on your pc. A cable links the watch to your usb easily and the recognition is instantaneous. Check the alarm box and sset the alarm time on the pc. Sure enough, the watch will sound with your choice of many alarm sounds. The phone list is easy to access. Bump through modes with one button then use the watch dial to scroll through names or events. This machine plays games, lets you input notes, delete appointment entries, and tons more. No it does not get email or interact with pcs wirelessly, but appointments, phone numbers and data on your wrist is an excellent start. Super backlighting helps at night. The time modes give the day, month and date as well as am/pm and hour, minute, second. The watch is contoured. it is light and comfortable. There is no electronic organizer that comes close to this machine ( and I've had many!)

I am a teacher with too little time on my hands and too much need for my scheduler. This watch is a terrific help. ... Read more


13. TIMEX 50772 - Triathlon Watch

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Asin: B00006I5YA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Timex
Sales Rank: 19090
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Features

  • If you lead an active lifestyle, whether your a man or a woman, you will appreciate the Timex 50772 Triathlon watch
  • It is chock full of features that are geared to support your activity, no matter what it is
  • Features include -a digital time display that is very easy to read
  • 50 Meter (164 Feet) water resistance
  • Indiglo Night-Light which uniformly lights the surface of the watch dial using patented electroluminescent lighting technology

14. TIMEX 57781 100 Lap Ironman Fitness System and Watch
list price: $84.99
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Asin: B0000U0L86
Catlog: Watch
Manufacturer: Timex
Sales Rank: 5331
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15. Timex T601G Nature Sounds Clock Radio (Stereo CD Player,Digital Tuning,AM/FM Radio)
list price: $98.99
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Asin: B00005MKSW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Timex
Sales Rank: 3278
Average Customer Review: 2.38 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Wake (or sleep) to CD, nature sounds, or AM/FM radio
  • 3-inch stereo speakers
  • 18 station presets
  • Triple-alarm system
  • Sure Alarm battery backup system

Reviews (8)

3-0 out of 5 stars Really great product, but....
I like the sound quality and the choices of realistic nature sounds, radio or CD to listen to. I like that the display can be dimmed easily if it's too bright. For dependable Timex alarm clock quality, it can't be beat.
BUT....
1. If you listen to a CD to sleep, you cannot set buzzer for alarm & the CD will play at alarm time. The only way to set buzzer is to not have a CD inserted, and CD/alarm is selected.
2. Although the snooze button is big & at the front & center, it's also next to the Alarm Reset button. If you're like me & can go through an hour of snoozes before getting up, you'lll learn this the hard way. I pried the button off with a screwdriver in frustration.
3. Although there are plenty of buttons on the front to go with the bells & whistles, the placement isn't entirely intuitive, ie: since they don't light up, it's hard to guess which one is which.

But I'm high-maintenance when it comes to mornings, so account for that when weighing my opinion!

2-0 out of 5 stars Not very good
This thing is another stupid bedside clock. The unit is so outdated. The sounds are like a cheap unrealistic sound machine with no purpose at all. the radio has a terrible tuner. It's nice looking, but poor quality. It worked for a week and it broke. This is not a good product, spend your money on a better portable radio. this one is not worth anything at all, so avoid this horrible clock.

2-0 out of 5 stars OK as an alarm clock. CD player fails early in life
I purchased this item new at a local electronics store. It functions good as an alarm clock. The CD player is another story. Within the first 6 months the CD player developed problems. Any CD inserted would spin briefly and stop. The display would show "NO" for no CD inserted. A CD leanse cleaning gave me a few more months of service. Several times an hour a click is heard in the speakers. This click is soft but can be a little distracting when placed close to the bed. The useful life of this unit appears to be around 1 - 1.5 years. The warranty is poor at only 90 days. This is one Timex product that Can't take a licking and Won't keep on ticking.

5-0 out of 5 stars fantastic system
I bought one of these a few months ago, & loved it so much I had to buy another. It's very nice to have all those station presets,digital tuning, and 3 different alarms.It is simple to set up , too. It is a wonderful little unit, and I couldn't be without it.

1-0 out of 5 stars DON'T BUY THIS!!!
I bought this clock because I am a very light sleeper and most alarm clocks scare me awake. To start, the nature sounds are not realistic and they run on a very short loop. Second, I saw the name "timex" and assumed that I was buying a quality product. One day, about 8 months after I bought the clock, I woke up to a screeching sound that wouldn't stop (like fingernails across a chalkboard). I called timex and was told that they did not manufacture this clock and that I needed to call a different company. At this other company, I got no help (the measly 90-day warranty had passed), so I exchanged it at [a local store] for another one (thank goodness I had my receipt) for another one hoping that I got a good one this time. Sorry, no luck that time either: almost a year later, the same thing happened again and I ended up chucking this ... in the trash. Please don't put yourself through the trouble of buying this product. ... Read more


16. TIMEX T438T MegaSound Alarm Clock Radio

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Asin: B00009OOG0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Timex
Sales Rank: 2160
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 1) Dual Alarm Settings - Set twice a day or one for weekdays and one for weekends
  • 2) Timex Megasound delivers rich, definitive sound that you just wouldn't expect from a table radio this size
  • 3)Analog AM/FM precise tuning
  • 4)Automatic Alarm Re-set - Never forget to reset alarm, it does it for you
  • Sleep Timer

Reviews (1)

3-0 out of 5 stars Nice for the price
I bought this item for my son and was rather pleased with it. I was surprised that Timex hasn't sold this radio on its audio merits which are actually pretty good with stations broadcasting a stronger FM signal. The tuner is still only analog and therefore subject to drift, but the mono speaker sounds surprisingly good. If this radio had a PLL tuner it would merit a four star (or perhaps more) rating. The clock features are adequate and what one would expect from Timex. (the Former Waterbury Clock Co.) It is not a Boston Acoustics Receptor, however, considering the price, its a good buy ... Read more


17. TIMEX 3605T Indiglo® LCD Alarm Clock

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Asin: B0002Q7I34
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Timex
Sales Rank: 8719
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Features

  • Bright Indiglo night-light with 1.1" LCD display
  • Easy to set time and alarm controls
  • Large snooze/ Indiglo night-light bar
  • 4.5"W X 1.8"L X 4"D
  • Requires one "AA" battery

18. Advance by TIMEX 4056 6 Natural Sound Led Alarm Clock

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Asin: B0002EXF1K
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Timex
Sales Rank: 3615
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Features

  • Bright red.9 LED display
  • 3 different sounds to sleep, 3 different sounds to awake
  • Sleep/alarm/snooze function
  • Volume control

19. Timex Black 50-Lap Sleek Full-Size Watch
list price: $34.99
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Asin: B0000U0L5Y
Catlog: Apparel
Manufacturer: Timex Corporation
Sales Rank: 2236
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (5)

4-0 out of 5 stars can't complain... but i'll try really hard to-
nice watch. i managed to not lose it for almost 2 years now- maybe longer. it does everything i need for my training, except i haven't figured out a way to delete a split from the list before storing it but that may be asking too much.

perhaps the best part and worst part about the watch is the band. i've been searching online for the last 3 days looking to buy a replacement watchband for this watch. alas, it is NOT POSSIBLE. there's only so long i can go with a rubberband holding down the part of the strap that sticks out and a safety pin to secure the part that cracked off.

granted, it's a very cool looking band without the recent accessories. (the wacky holes aren't only hip-i've not had a sweaty wrist for ages.)

but now, i'm stuck. what to do? buy another watch? i love the watch too much to want a new one. i'm comfortable with it. it's a part of me now, you know? we've run lots of races together. i know how to push its buttons. (and doesn't that take a while to get the hang of, anyway?) so do i continue living life with office supplies hanging off my wrist?

it's a bit like hating divorce and yet finding yourself married to a man who is slowly making your life hell. whataya do? know the facts before you buy. so... buy the watch? don't buy the watch? i honestly can't suggest one over the other. this is a horrible review, i know. but maybe it'll paint the proper picture of what mess this watch will get you into. guard your heart.

1-0 out of 5 stars Great and Fragile
I got this watch to get into sprint triathlons, and it was great. Huge display, great looks, lots of useful functions, I loved it. After about three months it started breaking. First the Indiglo went (no biggie), then the rest of the buttons either stopped working or worked when you put a ton of pressure on them.
Soon after that, the band completedly fell apart. I sent the watch to Timex's service place and had a brand new one a week and a half later. Problem solved? No. This watch (same model) lasted a little longer before the buttons went crapside on me.
At first the time would change randomly as I moved my wrist, it also set its alarm to random times (321 AM for example, nice).Then the Indiglo went, followed by the rest. The only good thing now is that the buttons don't work at all, so at least the time doesn't get all screwed up every time I bend my wrist.
This watch would have been the best watch I ever owned had it lasted more than 15 minutes. I thought Timex was supposed to be rugged, especially an "Ironman" watch, it didn't turn out to be too much of an Ironman after all.

1-0 out of 5 stars Broke after one drop
So much for "Takes a Licking".This watch broke the first time I dropped it.I wouldn't recommend this one. Buy the classic Ironman Timex watch with two buttons.I've had the older model for years and although it is missing two buttons, I haven't had a problem.As per this one. Don't waste your money would be my recommendation.

3-0 out of 5 stars Nice Look, Nice Specs, Nice Price, Unreliable Buttons
I've owned this watch for about 4 months, using it on maybe 90 pre-dawn training runs during that period.The display is so amazingly clear and sharp it almost hurts my eyes.The large digits are great.There are, of course, Timex watches with more features, but this one has about all I would realistically use.(Do I really need the 8 alarms my old Ironman has rather than the 3 that this one has?)And, of course, the price is quite reasonable.

I'm disappointed with the buttons, though.At the end of my run, I'd like to push the button and be able to count on the stopwatch stopping.About 1/3 of the time it takes a second button press before I hear the beep confirming that the stopwatch has stopped.Rarely, it takes a third or a fourth press.This morning, it took even more than that.

I just use the start button on the top and the stop button in the lower right corner, and I don't use the lap/split time feature.I may not be the most coordinated person, especially at 6 a.m., but being able to push a button has never been a problem for me in the past.Might the buttons accidentally be pressed while I'm running?I don't see how.I don't wear heavy clothing on my wrist, I don't have ripples of fat or muscle on my wrist that might somehow contact the buttons, and I'm running on city streets, not on trails where foliage might brush my arm.

I'm too lazy to seek warranty service for this, but, as you can see, not too lazy to complain.

4-0 out of 5 stars One step overboard for the price range?
I've used a Timex Expedition (B0000D1662) for years, but this is less expensive, more stylish, and more functional - it's as though the prices are backwards.

The IronMan30 has a night-light system that far surpasses the Expedition, with brightly glowing number elements rather than a weakly back-lit face, a more elabore lap/split chronograph, a simpler and more accurate timer, separate day/weekend/weekday alarms, and a recessed face.

That last feature is very important: I've had to replace my Expedition every few years because the face always got scratched, soon after purchase. But the IronMan30 has a recessed face that hasn't been scratched yet!

The IronMan50, by contrast, has what the 30 has plus 20 more laps. If you have more than 30 (even more than 10?) laps to time, you should probably invest in a more expensive watch - one with a heart monitor if not also a compass and/or altimeter, depending where you're doing those laps. ... Read more


20. TIMEX 3408T Eagle LCD Alarm and Nap Timer

our price: $11.99
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Asin: B00026C98S
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Timex
Sales Rank: 3626
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Features

  • Large1.3" LCD Display
  • 12/24 hour selection
  • PM and alarm ¿On¿ indicator
  • 4 Hour nap timer
  • Uses 2 AA battery

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