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Timex Full-Size Ironman Essential 10 Watch

(16 customer reviews)

120 Riyal

Timex Full-Size Ironman Essential 10 Watch is available in Saudi Arabia.

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Timex Full-Size Ironman Essential 10 Watch – Features & Prices in Saudi Arabia :

Timex Full-Size Ironman Essential 10 Watch

 

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Questions & Answers – Timex Full-Size Ironman Essential 10 Watch :

➕ What is the price of Timex Full-Size Ironman Essential 10 Watch in Saudi Arabia ?

The price of Timex Full-Size Ironman Essential 10 Watch in-store is 120 SAR VAT.

➕ When Timex Full-Size Ironman Essential 10 Watch was released ?

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➕ What is the price of Timex Full-Size Ironman Essential 10 Watch cheap used ?

The price of Timex Full-Size Ironman Essential 10 Watch used is 80 SAR VAT.

➕ What are the main characteristics of Timex Full-Size Ironman Essential 10 Watch ?

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➕ Is it interesting to buy this product ?

The best people who can answer you are customers who have already bought and tested this product (See Customer Reviews). This product is rated 4.3 / 5 on Amazon.

➕ Where to buy Timex Full-Size Ironman Essential 10 Watch in Saudi Arabia ?

Mall, Supermarkets, Amazon, Specialized stores, ….

 

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16 reviews for Timex Full-Size Ironman Essential 10 Watch

  1. A. K (verified owner)

    Functional, cheap, no irritation – My go-to for any physical activity

  2. S. A (verified owner)

    Timex watch – watch arrived discharged and blank.

  3. A. K (verified owner)

    Functional, cheap, no irritation – My go-to for any physical activity

  4. B. S (verified owner)

    Good, simple, sturdy – I really like this watch. I did get a big scratch/crack on the face of the watch, but luckily it is at the top of the glass and doesn’t interfere with the function.

  5. N. A (verified owner)

    Has all of the features that I would want out of a watch in a slim and attractive design – I looked for ages all over the place for a watch that met all of my specific criteria. 1) Tells the time, date, and day of week 2) Has a stopwatch 3) Has a countdown timer 3) Is waterproof 4) Is not ugly or bulky 5) Is not expensive and 6) Does not have any extra or annoying features. The first two criteria are fairly standard, and finding a watch with the other criteria is easy. The hard part is finding one that matches all of them. I found so many watches with all the features except for a countdown timer, a couple with all of them without water resistance. Many of the Casios I looked at were either G-Shock (bulky and expensive) or had annoying “world clock” features that are ugly and can be confusing if you accidentally change the time zone. All of this to say that this watch has an amazing feature set that is somewhat difficult to find in other watches. Now that I have talked about features there is still the question of build quality and what it looks like in person. Starting with what it looks like I would point out that the black one is by far the best-looking one. The blacks and dark greys don’t clash at all like some other colors of watch do.The numbers on the face are nice and large, unlike many watches that cram the time into tiny displays or squished under some useless feature like analog LCDs or world clock. A vast majority of digital watches have branding and labeling and advertising on the bezel of the display. This watch is no exception, the IronMan logo clearly visible. What is different about this watch is that the labels kept with the aesthetic of the watch and the dark grey labeling does not stand out too much. It does say “10 lap timer” under the display, which is something that I could do without, but it isn’t abhorrent or anything like some watches are (I’m looking at you Casio). As far as build quality goes, it’s not quite as good as other watches I’ve had at this price range, but the features and looks easily make up for the slight lack in this area. To be specific. The plastic that is around the face of the watch feels a bit light, but it doesn’t feel too cheap or weak, just a little less solid and heavy than the Casios I’ve had at this price range. The band is a standard rubber band that many digital watches have. The band has a strange texture to it that makes it feel more like plastic in some places, but not enough to be uncomfortable. The band is also a little bit less flexible than the band of my last watch, but perhaps that will change over time. The clip that holds the band on is painted to look like a matte metal but is actually plastic. It contributes to the nice look of the watch but is slightly dissapointing. The clip isn’t too cheap feeling, but it’d be nice if it were metal.

  6. I. Z (verified owner)

    Good old Timex watches – Timex is without a doubt the best inexpensive watch. I have had several and they are all indestructible. Managed to program and set this watch in less than five minutes. Easy to understand online instructions.

  7. B. O (verified owner)

    My favorite model Timex watch. – My favorite model Timex watch. Now that they use a battery the seconds go by quietly, but in the words of John Cameron Swayze this Timex “Takes a lickin’ and keeps on tickin’ “.

  8. Z. T (verified owner)

    Functional, basic timepiece – I’ve worn Ironman watches for years & this one meets my minimum requirements: time/day/date, plus stopwatch, timer, & alarm. Unlike my previous watches, however, this one only had 1 alarm instead of the usual 3.

  9. Z. T (verified owner)

    Functional, basic timepiece – I’ve worn Ironman watches for years & this one meets my minimum requirements: time/day/date, plus stopwatch, timer, & alarm. Unlike my previous watches, however, this one only had 1 alarm instead of the usual 3.

  10. B. S (verified owner)

    Good, simple, sturdy – I really like this watch. I did get a big scratch/crack on the face of the watch, but luckily it is at the top of the glass and doesn’t interfere with the function.

  11. N. A (verified owner)

    Has all of the features that I would want out of a watch in a slim and attractive design – I looked for ages all over the place for a watch that met all of my specific criteria. 1) Tells the time, date, and day of week 2) Has a stopwatch 3) Has a countdown timer 3) Is waterproof 4) Is not ugly or bulky 5) Is not expensive and 6) Does not have any extra or annoying features. The first two criteria are fairly standard, and finding a watch with the other criteria is easy. The hard part is finding one that matches all of them. I found so many watches with all the features except for a countdown timer, a couple with all of them without water resistance. Many of the Casios I looked at were either G-Shock (bulky and expensive) or had annoying “world clock” features that are ugly and can be confusing if you accidentally change the time zone. All of this to say that this watch has an amazing feature set that is somewhat difficult to find in other watches. Now that I have talked about features there is still the question of build quality and what it looks like in person. Starting with what it looks like I would point out that the black one is by far the best-looking one. The blacks and dark greys don’t clash at all like some other colors of watch do.The numbers on the face are nice and large, unlike many watches that cram the time into tiny displays or squished under some useless feature like analog LCDs or world clock. A vast majority of digital watches have branding and labeling and advertising on the bezel of the display. This watch is no exception, the IronMan logo clearly visible. What is different about this watch is that the labels kept with the aesthetic of the watch and the dark grey labeling does not stand out too much. It does say “10 lap timer” under the display, which is something that I could do without, but it isn’t abhorrent or anything like some watches are (I’m looking at you Casio). As far as build quality goes, it’s not quite as good as other watches I’ve had at this price range, but the features and looks easily make up for the slight lack in this area. To be specific. The plastic that is around the face of the watch feels a bit light, but it doesn’t feel too cheap or weak, just a little less solid and heavy than the Casios I’ve had at this price range. The band is a standard rubber band that many digital watches have. The band has a strange texture to it that makes it feel more like plastic in some places, but not enough to be uncomfortable. The band is also a little bit less flexible than the band of my last watch, but perhaps that will change over time. The clip that holds the band on is painted to look like a matte metal but is actually plastic. It contributes to the nice look of the watch but is slightly dissapointing. The clip isn’t too cheap feeling, but it’d be nice if it were metal.

  12. F. P (verified owner)

    Timex Ironman – I’ve had umpteen of these as running watches over the years. My main complaint (and maybe it’s just the nature of the watch) is that battery life is only between 1 and 2 years, and I’ve found that the display dies after about 2 battery changes.

  13. S. A (verified owner)

    Timex watch – watch arrived discharged and blank.

  14. F. P (verified owner)

    Timex Ironman – I’ve had umpteen of these as running watches over the years. My main complaint (and maybe it’s just the nature of the watch) is that battery life is only between 1 and 2 years, and I’ve found that the display dies after about 2 battery changes.

  15. I. Z (verified owner)

    Good old Timex watches – Timex is without a doubt the best inexpensive watch. I have had several and they are all indestructible. Managed to program and set this watch in less than five minutes. Easy to understand online instructions.

  16. B. O (verified owner)

    My favorite model Timex watch. – My favorite model Timex watch. Now that they use a battery the seconds go by quietly, but in the words of John Cameron Swayze this Timex “Takes a lickin’ and keeps on tickin’ “.

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