Digital readout features large numbers and a built-in light. Buttons are easy to press while running, biking, or otherwise exercising. Water resistant down to 100 meters.
The built-in alarms are known to fail occasionally or may go off at a different, non-set time.
Watch is designed for harsh physical activities such as running, biking, and swimming. Can resist water up to 50 meters for brief periods of time. Tracks dual time zones.
The wrist band is likely to tear as it ages. Typically lasts only a year or 2 of normal use.
Tough, durable exterior construction can withstand drops, scratches, and impacts likely encountered while hiking or camping. Includes a light-up dial.
Analog hands in the watch dial click louder than other similar watches available.
Silver-tone exterior matches a number of fashion styles. Large numbers on the dial are easy to read, even at night with the built-in Indiglo night light.
The watch band runs on the smaller side of what is advertised in the sizing chart.
Multipurpose digital readout can display several different functions such as a countdown timer and daily alarm. Comes in several different stainless steel colors.
The body of the watch is bulky and may feel heavy sitting on the top of the wrist.
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Timex watches are well-known for being hardy watches made to withstand a beating. If you’re an active individual then a Timex might be the best pick for you – in addition to being water-resistant, they’re also not too expensive so you don’t have to worry about breaking it. While most Timex watches are digital watches, you can still find ones that are analog. You can also find them in a variety of colors and styles.